Hello, everyone! Tom joined Duke of Sussex and Prince Charles at Clarence House for a roundtable discussion about the prevention of youth violence in the UK. Check out our gallery!
Tom Hardy attended Fayre Of St James’s Christmas Concert that took place in November and welcomed 500 guests to an exclusive evening of carols, live performances, festive reading and Christmas cheer. Our gallery was updated with photos from the concert, enjoy!
Venom DVD and Blu-ray release date is set for December 18, 2018 and available on Digital HD from Amazon Video and iTunes on December 11, 2018. Our gallery has been updated with HD screencaptures of Tom’s scenes as Eddie Brock/Venom. I’ve also added new production stills in high quality, enjoy!
Tom Hardy has been on a roll as of late. Thanks to his willingness to wear a mask in basically all of his onscreen appearances, as well as an adept nose for project selection, Hardy has been all over mainstream movies through the last few years. From Mad Max: Fury Road to Dunkirk to his latest hit Venom, Hardy has proven himself as one of Hollywood’s most coveted entities of all: a movie star-level handsome man who’s also willing to be a complete and utter weirdo for the sake of a great performance.
Now, in a movie sure to equally please fans of modern monarchies and Tumblr slash authors, Tom Hardy has become a member of the Order of the British Empire. In a ceremony this week, Hardy was made a CBE (Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire) by Prince Charles. Hardy is a personal friend of the royal family; he attended this past spring’s royal wedding as a guest of Prince Harry, and reportedly shared a stealth cameo with both Harry and William in Star Wars: The Last Jedi that wound up being cut before the film made it to theaters.
Tom stepped out yesterday (September 27) to attend the ‘Venom’ Photocall in Los Angeles. I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Tom during the event.