Saturday, May 21, 2011

Official Photo of Tom Hardy as Bane

Anybody still keeping track of The Dark Knight Rises slated for release next year? Though I am looking forward to it, I never thought we'll be seeing much of it until later this year, or early next year. You know, around the time when the marketing campaign will really take off.

In late February I made an entry about the movie, around the time when casting was mostly a rumour. Well, it's no longer news by now, Tom Hardy was cast as Bane. A seemingly odd choice because although he's not exactly a small guy, he's not big like professional wrestlers either. But considering that he once beefed up to play UK's most notorious prisoner in Bronson [2009], I was rather convinced in a way because this guy doesn't mind not looking pretty all the time.

So without further ado, here's the newly-released official photo of Tom Hardy as Bane. There's only one so far, but enough to create some kind of excitement, I presume?

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1 comment:

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The performance mixes terrifying brutality, vaudevillian showmanship, wry humor, and an alarming amount of commitment, and won Hardy a British Independent Film Award for Best Actor. The performance got Hollywood's attention, and in 2009, Hardy was named one of Variety's "10 Actors to Watch". That year, he continued to garner praise for his starring role in The Take (2009), a four-part adaptation of Martina Cole's bestselling crime novel, as well as for his performance as Heathcliff in a version of Wuthering Heights (2009).

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