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Starring Tom Hardy, James Gandolfini, and one cute-ass puppy.
Evan got a splinter cell from an old staircase once and it really hurt.
The busy actor is in talks to play the famous twin London gangsters.
The Bane voice is back!
Tom Hardy and Takashi Miike take a walk.
Great or disastrous, this will be a must-see.
The most obvious choice, next to Shatner.
Time to get excited: we hear the new Mad Max movie is awesome.
No longer mad, just impatient and testy.
Future Headline: Christian Bale Accidentally Falls To Death While Researching Upcoming Film Role
Even if it's not real, this is probably what he'll look like.
There has never been a good video game movie. Is that about to change?
He doesn't play Jack Ryan.
John Hillcoat's bootlegging drama is fairly lackluster save for a few good chuckles.
Watch Tom Hardy spit some rhymes.
Have you seen the IMAX footage from THE DARK KNIGHT RISES? Talk about Bane's locution here.
Tomas Alfredson's film version of John Le Carre's spy classic brings intelligent, understated thrills.
Chris Pine and Tom Hardy are best friends and CIA agents. Then Reese Witherspoon messes up their friendship... and the movie.
Like a pretty woman wearing too much make-up, WARRIOR is a good movie that overkills it with the sappy manipulation.
It’s a year before the movie opens and he’s tattooed Hardy’s Bane on his arm.
Are you even allowed to have an opinion besides ‘Cool?’ Won’t the Bat-Fanatics come to your home with torches if you dissent?
The new Bane feels like a barista.
Here it is - your first look at Tom Hardy as Bane.
Let’s get down to brass tacks - would you blow Tom Hardy?
Adding two great actors and MMA doesn’t make a paint-by-the-numbers inspirational sports movie seem any less hackneyed, it turns out.
Two great actors square off in an MMA movie. Here are the posters.
Tom Hardy plays Bane. WHAT.
Tom and Shia join the cast of John Hillcoat’s long-percolating, Nick Cave-written film about a family of 1920s bootleggers.
Everybody’s favorite prison bruiser-turned-dream specialist goes to Gotham City, and we couldn’t be more excited.