>starred in a movie that was nominated for best picture
>supporting actor in the movie that won best picture
>was never even considered for any nomination
>didn't even show up to the globes
Is the big guy to much of a meme to ever be taken seriously in Hollywood?
Sometimes he looks handsome and sometimes he doesn't.
He changes his style so often and a lot of them don't work for him
although his performance in mad max was somewhat forgettable, it wasn't bad by any means
With that being said, imo he was the best actor in the revenant by a mile
sure he wasn't the main character, but whenever I saw Leo all I could thing of is "LOOK AT ME, I'M ACTING"
Hardy is a criminally underrated actor, which is really a shame desu senpai
he was perfect in mad max imho. that role seems simple and straight forward, but I bet it's extremely hard to pull a character who has a clear moral and character and has only 3 lines of dialogue.
A part of me thinks that he just doesn't give a fuck about this kind of thing. These awards shows are just literally an excuse for rich people to get together, circle-jerk over their movies and accomplishments, and then go party hard afterwards.
Maybe hes also not big enough(for you) to where Hollywood cares about him keeping up appearances at these kinds of events or not. Either way, Hardy does well in the roles he's in and he seems pretty based in real life.
>Tom Hardy has spoken about his singing ability ahead of the Elton John biopic Rocketman.
>Speaking to The Sun, Hardy admitted that he's "not a singer" but that he's "really trying" for his role of the famous singer in the upcoming biopic.
>He said: "I'm not a singer. I have no idea really.
>"I'm really trying because of Rocketman but it's hard to open my mouth in that way."
>Hardy also said that he isn't usually "drawn towards" musical roles, but says he does have a history with rapping.
>"I'm not really drawn towards singing and musicals and that stuff," he said. "I did some rap when I was a kid but I'm somebody's dad now so it wouldn't be too cool to crack that out!"
>John is serving as an executive producer on Rocketman, and is also re-recording a number of his greatest hits for the project.
>le one person meme
There's something called consensus
People hate Leo for shouting and overacting while saying Hardy was the best part of the movie for doing funny voices and overacting