Tom by Mike Hogan. Photoshoot for
Oliver Twist (2007).
For Oliver, Tom admits he got a little bit too into character at times.
“I was having a laugh with one of the crew, wrestling him, then I bit
him on the head as a bit of a joke. “It was just me keeping the
character ticking over but the team did say, ‘Tom, can you calm down?’.”
A dog wants to belong. A dog wants to belong to a pack, and it’ll do what it has to do in order to eat and survive and stay warm, and they don’t leave your side. They do what they do. Each dog has a job. Some, you know, have different jobs [than] others. I have a job. You know, I see myself very similar to a dog. That sounds so weird? [Laughs.] I fucking love dogs, okay? I love dogs. You know what I mean?
Happy 39th Birthday Tom Hardy! (15 September, 1977)
Director George Miller originally intended to release Mad Max: Fury Road in black and white. While he ultimately decided on a vivid color pallet for his 2015 opus, fans will have the opportunity to see the monochrome version as well.
Mad Max: Fury Road Black & Chrome Edition - featuring both the theatrical and black-and-white versions of the film - will be released on Blu-ray on December 6 via Warner Bros.
Mad Max High Octane Collection will also be available on Blu-ray and DVD the same day. The box set includes all four films in the franchise: Mad Max (1979), Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior (1981), Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome (1985), and both versions of Fury Road.
The release will include new special features, which you can read about below.