“I have always been frightened with men. To the point where I couldn’t go into a gym because of the testosterone and I felt weak. I don’t feel very manly. I don’t feel rugged and strong and capable in real life, not how i imagine a man ought to be. So I seek it, to mimic it and maybe understand it, or maybe to draw it into my own reality. People who are scary, they terrify me, but I can imitate them. I’m not a fighter. I’m a petite little bourgeosis boy from London. I don’t fight, I mimic.”
Tom Hardy may not feel very manly, but he sure as shit looks it on the cover of Esquire. There’s something especially sexy about a guy who looks like he’s punched a few teeth in, but actually wouldn’t hurt a fly. Whatever Tom Hardy is– rugged and burly or gentle and sweet — I like what he’s serving up. Yum yum, gimme some. [Dlisted]
Tom Hardy: A man that both men and women can agree on. He’s handsome, masculine, talented and, oh, he happens to like puppies a lot, too. So much so, that he doesn’t mind starring with one in the new movie “Animal Rescue.” Shots of Tom cuddling the young pit bull pup were leaked this week, and wow, insanely cute. According to IMDB, “Animal Rescue” is about “a lost pit bull, a wannabe scam artist, and a killing,” which sounds like my average Friday night. But forgiving his turn as Bane, and judging from his other recent flicks — “Lawless” and “Inception” — he knows what he’s doing. I mean, this is a guy who somehow made the Reese Witherspoon rom-com “This Means War” palatable. He’s obviously talented.
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I would like to commend the casting directors behind the upcoming film, “This Means War,” for picking Tom Hardy and Chris Pine to star opposite Reese Witherspoon. Rather than picking a couple of super typical Hollywood beefcakes — like Ryan Reynolds or Will Smith — to play a pair of warring CIA operatives, Hardy and Pine aren’t major household names just yet. All that is sure to change on Valentine’s Day, when the film opens nationwide, and America becomes a little more familiar with Tom (who starred in “Warrior” and “Inception”) and Chris (who played Captain Kirk in “Star Trek”).
Hey, that means I suddenly have two dates for V-Day! But who do I prefer? Hmm … it’s a tough choice so let’s battle this out via a good ol’ fashioned face-off, shall?
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“I have never put my penis in a man. I’ve never had a c**k in my arse, and I have no f**king desire for it. If that’s what you like, cool. But it doesn’t do it for me … One thing worse than being talked about is not being talked about.”
— “Warrior” star Tom Hardy on rumors of his homosexuality. Sure, that’s certainly one kind of denial, but there are a lot of ways to have gay sex, Mr. Hardy, that have nothing to do with putting penises in other men’s butts. Hardy had formerly copped to dating men. Just saying. [Marie Claire UK] Keep reading »
“As a boy? Of course I have. I’m an actor for f**k’s sake. I’ve played with everything and everyone. I love the form and the physicality, but now that I’m in my thirties, it doesn’t do it for me. I’m done experimenting…”
– Tom Hardy, some hottie from the movie “Inception,” on having had sex with dudes in the past, though he’s now engaged to a woman. I just love how “um, duhhh” his answer is. I’m an actor! Of course I’ve boned a few dudes! That’s what we do! [via Dlisted] Keep reading »
Actress Charlize Theron has been selected to star in “Mad Max: Fury Road,” the fourth installment in the “Mad Max” movie series. Theron, who has a thing for playing out-there women (see: “Monster”), won’t be appearing opposite “Mad Max” star Mel Gibson though; he’ll be sitting out this trip into the apocalyptic future. Instead, Max will be played by actor Tom Hardy, who starred in Guy Ritchie‘s “RocknRolla.” Shooting will start next summer in Australia. [The Hollywood Reporter] Keep reading »