charlidos:


British actor Tom, who starred in The Dark Knight Rises as the villainous Bane, was presented with an official Guinness World Records certificate, certifying that the super hero movie holds the current title for Highest box office film gross (2D) - opening weekend.
The star said: “I am absolutely delighted to be presented with this certificate and am happy to accept it on behalf of everyone who worked on the Dark Knight Rises”. 

- From Guinness World Records. 

charlidos:

British actor Tom, who starred in The Dark Knight Rises as the villainous Bane, was presented with an official Guinness World Records certificate, certifying that the super hero movie holds the current title for Highest box office film gross (2D) - opening weekend.

The star said: “I am absolutely delighted to be presented with this certificate and am happy to accept it on behalf of everyone who worked on the Dark Knight Rises”.

- From Guinness World Records

Tom Hardy - Bane TDKR screen test [2/2]

leagueofbane:

"I dropped a bomb. I was talking with Chris Nolan and said, ‘I have a voice for Bane.’ He said, ‘Okay.’ I said, ‘It’s based on something I saw on YouTube.’ He said, ‘Okay.’ I said, ‘It’s the voice of a Romany bare-knuckle fighter named Bartley Gorman.’ He said, ‘Okay.’ And then I did the voice."
He never had to try anything else. “At first, I responded with a great deal of trepidation, because like everything else that comes from Tom, it’s off the beaten track,” says Christopher Nolan. “Then I became massively excited, because when you work with a great actor—and Tom is one of the greatest—you start to understand that they’ve found something. It just becomes part of the character. It’s something that you’re never going to be able to take away from the character. It’s not really a matter of having an opinion about it—it just is. Okay, that’s Bane.”
— Excerpt of Tom Hardy interview in the May issue of Esquire magazine

leagueofbane:

"I dropped a bomb. I was talking with Chris Nolan and said, ‘I have a voice for Bane.’ He said, ‘Okay.’ I said, ‘It’s based on something I saw on YouTube.’ He said, ‘Okay.’ I said, ‘It’s the voice of a Romany bare-knuckle fighter named Bartley Gorman.’ He said, ‘Okay.’ And then I did the voice."

He never had to try anything else. “At first, I responded with a great deal of trepidation, because like everything else that comes from Tom, it’s off the beaten track,” says Christopher Nolan. “Then I became massively excited, because when you work with a great actor—and Tom is one of the greatest—you start to understand that they’ve found something. It just becomes part of the character. It’s something that you’re never going to be able to take away from the character. It’s not really a matter of having an opinion about it—it just is. Okay, that’s Bane.

— Excerpt of Tom Hardy interview in the May issue of Esquire magazine

Tom Hardy - Bane TDKR screen test [1/2]

howardstarkers:

So, as I terrorize Gotham, I will feed its people hope to poison their souls. I will let them believe they can survive so that you can watch them clamoring over each other to stay in the sun. You can watch me torture an entire city and when you have truly understood the depth of your failure, we will fulfill Ra’s al Ghul’s destiny. We will destroy Gotham and then, when it is done and Gotham is ashes, then you have my permission to die.

allistilinski:

What are you? I’m Gotham’s reckoning. Here to end the borrowed time you’ve all been living on. You’re pure evil.