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Tom Hardy Cried During 'Titanic,' Questions Why Jack Died

Tom Hardy Cried During 'Titanic,' Questions Why Jack Died

Tom Hardy flexes his muscles while making an appearance on Good Morning America on Monday (September 8) in New York City.

The 36-year-old actor was joined that morning by his The Drop co-star Noomi Rapace. Later in the evening, they attended a screening of their new movie.

Tom recently chatted about a movie that made him cry – Titanic!

“I cried during the Titanic.I would avoid that movie for a long time… I ended up watching it… I’d never tell [Leo],” he told Vanity Fair. “He’s never going to find out. Yeah, I cried. There was enough room on that door. Really, realistically, it was kind of off. If she loved him, she would have moved over, right?”


Tom Hardy Cried During ‘Titanic,’ Questions Why Jack Died

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  • Maja

    Exactly! That’s what I said! Why didn’t she just move over? That Rose really needed to learn to share…

  • Bianca

    OMG first his 8min rant about men’s pants, now this, Tom Hardy just keep them coming, this is too funny to for words. The rest of the world feels the same way Tom.

  • KC :)

    Love Tom Hardy! Great actor, gorgeous, and funny.

  • Logan

    I don’t get why they couldn’t have at least switched off. Why did she have to hog the board the entire time?

  • GerardButthole

    I bet Tom’s load is salty and sweet at the same time.

  • OMFG

    “If she loved him, she would have moved over, right?”

    LMAO! This man is just too perfect! He’s SO cute (personality-wise) and incredibly HOT! My dream guy. <3

  • Moi

    Oooo Tom I so would!

  • Jim

    An alternate ending would have been better.

  • FMP

    I wish he’d do an over-the-top romantic chick flick so I can see what that face looks like when he’s hopelessly in love, crying, at the mercy of a women butt a/s/s nekkid! Tom has incredible range as an actor. He’s convincing in everything he does.

  • go go

    see his older movie wuthering heights, he’s in it with his fiance

  • sx

    people talked about that door forever, maybe it couldnt have resisted both of their weights

  • amanda

    @sx…Mythbusters busted that myth. They both could’ve fit. James Cameron just wanted to see more tears

  • Missy

    1. Jack tried to climb the door and what happened? It has gone down. 2. I don’t believe changes are very easy in freezing water. At the end Rose can hardly move from the wreck part. 3. I saw a documentary which explains the more you move in cold water the faster you get freezing and die.

  • Heaven

    @go go: I did;in fact, that’s the film when i first saw him shine in and i fell so hard for him! Both Tom and Charlotte were great in it!! Their chemistry was electrifying …

  • Jerry 6

    A lot of people have missed the point of the movie. ” Jack” did not exist! He was traveling with another man’s name and papers. Rose gave a false name when she reached America so, the “paper” record of her showed that she boarded the boat, but was not one of the passengers that reached New York. Both of them do not appear in the records relating to the ship’s passengers that made it to New York. That was the hole point of the story.