Stars Tom Hardy, Woody Harrelson, Naomie Harris and director Andy Serkis talk new sequel "Venom: Let There Be Carnage."
In a wide-ranging interview, the "Capone" director describes how Stan Lee endorsed his vision for a key "Fantastic Four" character, and what his Boba Fett movie might have had in common with "Unforgiven."
Tom Hardy is playing an aging and sickly Al Capone in a trailer for the upcoming retitled "Capone" biopic about "America's most notorious gangster." Director Josh Trank released the trailer on his Twitter account Wednesday. With theaters closed, the film will release on VOD on May 12 with a 48-hour rental. Plans are still in […]
The film has officially been rated “R” for “strong/bloody violence, pervasive language and some sexuality”.
Naomie Harris is in talks to play Spider-Man villain Shriek in Sony's "Venom 2," with Tom Hardy returning as the titular anti-hero. Andy Serkis is on board to direct, and Michelle Williams and Woody Harrelson are also reprising their roles. The original film was a huge hit for the studio when it premiered in 2018, […]
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The singer opens up about the "war between my body and mind” over his gender identity. “I’ve sometimes sat down and thought: Do I want a sex change?” he admitted.
The actor welcomed his first child with Riley in 2015. He's also dad to a 10-year-old son from a previous relationship.
Hide the lobsters, Venom is coming back for seconds. A follow-up to the comic-book blockbuster starring Tom Hardy is in the works, according to Variety, with Sony bringing back writer Kelly Marcel to pen the sequel script and act as executive producer. Tom Hardy is expected to be back in the title role for Venom sequel.
While Tom Hardy's son might have convinced dad to take on the role, he wasn't exactly thrilled by the results. But he has some ideas for a "Venom" sequel.
The actor tells MTV he leans more towards "gratuitous ultra-violence" than kid-friendly PG-13 action when it comes to his new movie.
Ruben Fleischer's Sony tentpole is expected to bring in big business at the box office next month.
Tom Hardy is hefty, balding, and sporting the gangster's signature scars in a sneak peek released by "Fonzo" writer and director Josh Trank.
The chameleon-like actor, known for physical changes for previous roles, radically transforms himself again to embody the mobster late in life, in a film scheduled for release in October.
Reactions are a bit mixed in regards to "Venom's" latest trailer, but former "Spider-Man" trilogy alum Elizabeth Banks threw some brutal shade at Tom Hardy's character.
Tom Hardy's stand-alone saga "Venom" is inspiring a very mixed reaction from fans — save for universal objection to the film's pronunciation of a key term.
"Fantastic Four" and "Chronicle" director Josh Trank returns with this Al Capone biographical drama.
Back in 2016, Tom Hardy made an unusual promise. He bet his <em>Revenant</em> co-star Leonardo DiCaprio that he wouldn't win an Oscar for the film, and promised that if he <em>did</em> he'd get a tattoo of DiCaprio's choosing. SEE ALSO: Tom Hardy's 1999 mixtape has resurfaced and it's surprisingly catchy Well, we all know how that one ended — and judging by a recent photo of Hardy shared on Instagram, it seems he's finally kept his word. Captured a couple Pictures for @tomhardy today. Fingers crossed 🤞🏼 he posts them. Regardless here’s an obligatory selfie A post shared by Andrew Calisterio (@boozehoundcc) on Jan 28, 2018 at 6:50pm PST So, some context. Back in December 2016, Hardy explained the details of the bet in an interview with <em>Esquire</em> <em>. </em>He said that Leo had chosen what he wanted Hardy to get: a simple statement. "He wrote, in this really shitty handwriting, 'Leo knows everything,'" explained Hardy. "I was like, 'Okay, I'll get it done, but you have to write it properly.'" From the looks of that tattoo, he eventually settled on "Leo knows all". WATCH: What if 'Inception' was a feel-good holiday movie?
Other standouts include "People Like to Boogie" and "Rotton Cocksuckers Ball."