Tom Hardy Talks SPLINTER CELL And Whether He's Been Offered Another Comic Book Movie
The Dark Knight Rises star Tom Hardy offers a very brief update on Ubisoft and Doug Liman's upcoming big screen adaptation of the Splinter Cell video game series, while also revealing whether or not he would be interested in another comic book movie role and if he's actually been offered one.
It was recently revealed that the Splinter Cell screenplay is undergoing another draft with Sheldon Turner (The Longest Yard) working on the latest version of the Doug Liman (Edge of Tomorrow) helmed big screen adaptation of the popular Tom Clancy video game series. When Collider caught up with star Tom Hardy during his promotional tour for Locke, he had this to say about whether or not it will be ready for an August shoot. "Can't say. You never know with these things. I'd like to be able to say, but shift in geography finances and those things..." As for this current take, all Hardy could say was: "Every draft has been different and grown and changed and whatnot. It's going to be cool!" When talk turned to if he would be interested in starring in another comic book movie role after playing Bane in The Dark Knight Rises, Hardy told Variety: ""Yeah, of course." He was then asked if any other offers have been made since, simply replying with "No," but we all know that actors know better than to reveal this type of thing. Personally, I would love to see him play Thanos! What do you guys think? Sound off with your thoughts below!
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