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You probably don’t need to be reminded that there was no love lost between Charlize Theron and Tom Hardy during the making of “Mad Max: Fury Road.” Both actors tried their best to play down the rumors, and Hardy even went so far as to apologize to director George Miller at Cannes for being “frustrated” during the making of the movie. But even Theron would later say, “From what I hear, he’s not like that on every movie — I hear he’s had good experiences,” while Hardy himself conceded, that at times during production of a film, “I’ve been a dick.” Now, another insight into the Theron/Hardy battle comes from one of their co-stars. Continue reading Zoe Kravitz Talks Charlize Theron & Tom Hardy’s Feud On ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ at The Playlist.

Anyone who has vaguely followed the career of Tom Hardy knows about his tremendous love for dogs. He has promoted pet adoption, and has himself given rescue dogs a home. Sadly, however, one of his most beloved companions has passed away. READ MORE: Tom Hardy Talks About His Bad Reputation, Admits “I’ve Been A Dick” Woody aka Woodstock has died, following complications from polymyositis, an inflammatory muscle disorder. Hardy has hit Tumblr with a lengthy and touching tribute to his best friend, aged only six, who he describes as “…the bestest of journey companions we ever could dream of having. Continue reading Read Tom Hardy’s Touching Tribute To His Dog Woody at The Playlist.

Even though we’re distracted by the Cannes Film Festival, the latest news on Sony‘s “Venom” is still knocking us back on our heels a bit, as a creative team comes together for the first film for what the studio hopes will be yet another cinematic universe. Tom Hardy is signed up to lead “Venom,” with Ruben Fleischer (“Zombieland,” “Gangster Squad“) directing. Continue reading Tom Hardy To Star In Ruben Fleischer Directed ‘Venom’ at The Playlist.

When it was announced that Christopher Nolan was going to make a World War II film, it marked a break from the fare the director’s best known for: it’s the first time he’s made a non sci-fi or superhero film since “Insomnia” in 2002, and the first time he’s tackled a real-world event. Could he find a way to stand out from other WW2 movies?  Well, judging by what we’ve seen regarding “Dunkirk,” while the film tackles a genre that we’ve seen before, Nolan’s breathtaking visuals make the film feel wholly original. Continue reading Watch The Gripping Full Trailer For Christopher Nolan’s ‘Dunkirk’ at The Playlist.

J.C Chandor has been owed a break in bad luck for a little while. The writer-director got his career off to a sterling start: an Oscar nomination for debut “Margin Call,” a Cannes bow and great reviews for the Robert Redford-starring “All Is Lost,” and more stellar notices for the Oscar Isaac/Jessica Chastain team-up “A Most Violent Year.” Chandor had marked himself as one of the most interesting young filmmakers out there, but the last few years have been made up of false starts: he fell off “Deepwater Horizon,” which he was going to direct, and then just a few weeks ago, Paramount scrapped his new project, “Triple Frontier.” READ MORE: Tom Hardy, Channing Tatum & Paramount All Exit J.C. Continue reading Netflix In Talks To Save J.C. Chandor’s ‘Triple Frontier,’ Ben & Casey Affleck Replacing Channing Tatum & Tom Hardy at The Playlist.

This weekend sees the final episode of “Feud,” which stars Susan Sarandon and Jessica Lange as Hollywood legends Bette Davis and Joan Crawford respectively, as they scheme and catfight their way through the filming of “Whatever Happened To Baby Jane?” It also sees the second weekend of “The Fate of the Furious,” the eighth ‘Fast and the Furious‘ film which stars Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson, who reportedly fell out on set due to Diesel being a “candy ass” (Johnson’s words). Continue reading 20 Great Movie Star Feuds & The Films That Spawned Them at The Playlist.

Youch. Pour one out for J.C. Chandor and perhaps intelligent, mid-sized dramas a little bit. At least dramas that are kept at an ailing major studio. The plug has essentially been pulled on director J.C. Chandor’s “Triple Frontier.” Paramount pictures has jumped ship on the South American drug running crime thriller as has its stars Tom Hardy and Channing Tatum. So, R.I.P. to “Triple Frontier” essentially. Continue reading Tom Hardy, Channing Tatum & Paramount All Exit J.C. Chandor’s ‘Triple Frontier’ at The Playlist.

Roaring into theaters this Friday is “The Fate Of The Furious” (read our review!), the eighth (eighth!) in the enduring, and somehow ever-growing, “The Fast And The Furious” franchise. The series has consistently added new blood into the mix as a way of keeping things fresh, with Dwayne Johnson, Kurt Russell and Jason Statham among the big-ticket additions to the series, but the upcoming movie comes with something of a credibility boost, with not one but two Oscar-winning actresses getting in on the fun, in the shape of Charlize Theron and Helen Mirren. Continue reading 20 Great Actors & The Roles They Probably Just Did For The Money at The Playlist.