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Tom Hardy Shows Off His Bald Head at Royal Wedding

Tom Hardy makes his way into St. George’s Chapel with his wife Charlotte Riley for the Royal Wedding at Windsor Castle on Saturday morning (May 19) in Windsor, England.

The 40-year-old Oscar-nominated actor has a bald head at the event, which is for his role as Al Capone in the upcoming movie Fonzo.

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Tom and Charlotte were spotted arriving at the wedding at the same time as George Clooney and his wife Amal.

FYI: Charlotte is wearing a The Vampire’s Wife dress.

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Tom Hardy Looks Unrecognizable as Al Capone for 'Fonzo!'

The first photos of Tom Hardy in character as the late mobster Al Capone have arrived!

The 40-year-old Peaky Blinders actor was spotted on the set of his new movie Fonzo on Wednesday (May 9) in New Orleans.

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He filmed a scene in which he dons a red bathrobe and holds cigar while fishing on a yacht with his co-star Matt Dillon.

When Tom caught a fish, the pole was ripped out of his hands, leading him to fetch a rifle from the cabin. Before he could shoot into the water, Matt grabbed the rifle away.

In Fonzo, a 47-year old Al Capone, after 10 years in prison, starts suffering from dementia, and comes to be haunted by his violent past.

Also pictured inside: Tom arriving on set and greeting a fan before getting into character on Thursday.

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'Venom' Trailer Debuts Tom Hardy's Villain!

The first image of Tom Hardy transformed as villain Venom is finally here!

The first look at the villain came in the brand new trailer, which just debuted during the CinemaCon 2018 Gala Opening Night Event on Monday (April 23) in Las Vegas.

Co-stars Tom, Riz Ahmed, and Michelle Williams were all on hand to screen the new trailer for the packed crowd. Check out the photos below!

Venom hits theaters on October 5, 2018. Be sure to check it out when it becomes available!

Watch the brand new trailer…

FYI: Tom is wearing a ’47 hat on the carpet.

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Tom Hardy Went In on a James Bond April Fools Prank!

Tom Hardy was in on an April Fools Day prank that had some fans tricked into thinking he was taking over the role of James Bond from Daniel Craig.

The 40-year-old Venom actor posted a screenshot of an article that read, “Daniel Craig QUITS – Tom Hardy Cast as NEW 007.”

He captioned the screenshot, “Dammit I was in my tux and on the runway Gtg.” The photo was posted on April Fools Day

Fans quickly took to Twitter to react to the fake news, with some reactions including, “This Tom Hardy as the new James Bond over Daniel Craig and James Norton story better not be a April fools joke cause I’m screeching,” “TOM HARDY IS THE NEW JAMES BOND AND I PROMISE THIS ISNT AN APRIL FOOLS JOKE,” and more.

Daniel officially returned he would return as James Bond for another film over the summer. There’s been no word as to who will take over the iconic role when Daniel steps away.

Tom Hardy Respects Shia LaBeouf's Method Acting: 'Drama is Not Known to Attract Stable Types'

Tom Hardy is opening up about his respect and appreciation for former co-star Shia LaBeouf.

In a recent profile with Esquire where he opens up about his “mortifying” arrest, the 31-year-old actor confirmed that he and Tom got into several physical altercations on set of the 2012 film Lawless – where Shia would drink moonshine by the gallon to get into character.

One day on set, a drunken Shia actually punched Tom hard out cold.

Six years later, it looks like there isn’t any bad blood between Tom and Shia.

Tom shared in the magazine that he understands Shia‘s form of method acting.

“A performer is asked to do two things: To be disciplined and accountable, communicative and a pleasure to work with,” Tom shared. “And then, within a split second, they’re asked to be a psychopath. Authentically. It takes a very strong human being to sustain a genuine sense of well-being through that baptism of fire. Drama is not known to attract stable types.”

“Shia has the ability to land scene after scene that builds a reality from utter fantasy,” Tom said. “We know the robots aren’t really there. They just aren’t. When I watch Shia, they are.”