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Locke (Blu-ray)

last weekFilm / DVDs : DVD Verdict

Reviewed by Gordon Sullivan Quote: "Those who watched Inception and thought Tom Hardy was only a pretty face, or saw The Dark Knight Rises and thought he was just a slab of muscle, will be surprised by the depth and range of his performance here."

James Blunt and Sofia Wellesley: Married!

If you're a fan of brooding British heartthrobs, today has just not been your day. First, we learned that Tom Hardy married Charlotte Riley in a secret ceremony back in July. Now, we find out that singer James Blunt and longtime girlfriend Sofia...Show More Summary

Tom Hardy & Charlotte Riley Secretly Married for Two Months? (Report)

Tom Hardy and Charlotte Riley are reportedly a married couple… and have been for months! The 37-year-old actor got married to Charlotte, 32, at the 18th-century castle Chateau de Roussan in the South of France on July 4, according to a new report in the UK’s The Mirror. “It was a beautiful, low-key day made [...]

Tom Hardy Is A Married Man! He Wed Actress Charlotte Riley Nearly Two Months Ago In A Top Secret Ceremony!

Surprise again, hearts are breaking! Hunky actor Tom Hardy has reportedly tied the knot (for real this time) with his beautiful actress fiancée Charlotte Riley in the South of France — very secretly, about two months ago! The couple was joined by an intimate group of friends and family at an 18th-century castle in Provence on July 4, to [...]

Colin Farrell Joins True Detective, Emma Watson Defends Feminism, + More of Today’s First Dibs

It's only Monday and the celeb gossip is already in full swing: Colin Farrell is headed to HBO, Emma Watson makes a case for feminism, and Tom Hardy is off the market. All that and more in First Dibs.

Tom Hardy and Charlotte Riley: Married?!

Tom Hardy has been receiving more attention for his acting than ever before, but even with his fame at an all-time high, the British heartthrob was able to keep his recent wedding with longtime girlfriend Charlotte Riley under wraps. At...Show More Summary

Trailer Roundup: Nazi Zombies and Tom Hardy’s British Boardwalk Empire

This week's trailer roundup is a good one for those who like to live on the edge of their movie seats. We get a look back at the real lives of hockey players who represented the USSR, the fake life of an American immigrant trying to make it big in 1980s New York City, and the life and death battle between two undead armies in Norway. Show More Summary

A Guide to the Ever-Changing Accent of Tom Hardy

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Stop gazing at Tom Hardy winking at you and click the damn link.

‘The Drop’ Review: Tom Hardy Shines In This Old-Fashioned Crime Film

In 2011, director Michaël R. Roskam made a big splash with his riveting debut film, Bullhead. Like plenty of foreign directors that have made an impression in the States, he’s following up that critical darling with an American picture. Show More Summary

Interview: Author Dennis Lehane on Expanding The Drop Into a Full Screenplay talks with Dennis Lehane, author and screenwriter of The Drop about bringing his short story "Animal Rescue" to the screen in a film starring Tom Hardy, James Gandolfini, Noomi Rapace and Matthias Schoenarts.

Tom Hardy's Eight Minute Rant About Pants

On the occasion of his birthday, revisiting Tom Hardy's epic monologue about the current state of men's pants.

Hollywood's top actors reveal the movies that make them cry

Hollywood actors spend much of their time appearing in movies, but that doesn't mean they're immune to the effects of a good tearjerker. In a series of interviews, Vanity Fair asked Hollywood's top actors — including Tom Hardy, Keira Knightley, Reese Witherspoon, and Steve Carrell — about the last time they cried while watching a movie. Show More Summary

Rising Tom Hardy Outshines New Film ‘The Drop’ with Critics

Actor Tom Hardy is getting enthusiastic reviews for his role in "The Drop" even though some critics are less excited about the film.

‘Peaky Blinders’ Season Two Trailer Features Tom Hardy and Cillian Murphy

The first season of British gangster series Peaky Blinders has flown under the radar of many viewers in the US, despite starring Cillian Murphy and Sam Neill. Expect the show to experience a huge uptick in interest soon, however, as the second season will also feature Tom Hardy. Show More Summary

Tom Hardy Vows No More Rom-Coms After The ‘Miserable’ ‘This Means War’

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Tom Hardy Says He Won't Make a Romantic Comedy Ever Again

This may be heartbreaking for some: Tom Hardy will probably never do another romantic comedy every again. Read more...

Why Tom Hardy Will Probably Never Make Another Romantic Comedy

Tom Hardy is best known for his serious work, be it turning up the drama in features like Warrior and Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy or just turning into a full-blown monster, as seen in movies like Bronson and The Dark Knight Rises. That said, two years ago he decided to branch out with a bit of lighter fare and tried doing a romantic comedy. Show More Summary

10 Reasons Why Tom Hardy Is Unbearably Hot

Tom Hardy's hot in a tough guy way, he loves dogs and his son, and he's ripped. Here are the 10 reasons why we lust after "The Drop" star.

Tom Hardy Did NOT Have A Fun Time Filming This Means War With Reese Witherspoon! Find Out Why He Was 'Miserable' HERE!

While Reese Witherspoon loves herself some romantic comedies, not everyone is a fan of the genre. Tom Hardy, who co-starred alongside Reese in the romantic comedy This Means War, recently confessed he prefers to star in serious flicks over comedies. Hardy said of his experience:  "I didn't understand how you could do something which is so much fun and be so miserable [...]

The Drop: James Gandolfini’s Fine Finale; Tom Hardy’s Best Yet!

If you see a gun in the first act of a movie, it must go off in the third. I’m paraphrasing there, The Drop does in fact show you a gun in the first act – more than one, actually – and, from there, the movie moves implacably to its inevitable, yet not quite expected […]

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