The Drop [Blu-ray+Digital Copy+UltraViolet]
~Tom Hardy, Noomi Rapace, James Gandolfini, Matthias Schoenaerts, John Ortiz, James Frecheville
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|Official Release Date||Jan 20, 2015|
|Starring||Tom Hardy, Noomi Rapace, James Gandolfini, Matthias Schoenaerts, John Ortiz, James Frecheville|
|Director||Michael R. Roskam|
|Audio||DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1, Dolby Digital 5.1|
|Language||English, French, Spanish|
|Subtitles||English, French, Spanish|
|Running Time||106 Minutes|
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TOM HARDY (Bob) has quickly become one of Hollywood’s most sought after actors. He recently appeared in the thriller LOCKE, as a dedicated family man and successful construction manager, who receives a phone call on the eve of the biggest challenge of his career that sets in motion a series of events that threaten his carefully cultivated existence.
Hardy starred in WARRIOR with Oscar nominee Nick Nolte and Joel Edgerton. An ode to redemption and reconciliation, WARRIOR is also a moving testament to the enduring bonds of family.
Hardy starred in TINKER TAILOR SOLDIER SPY opposite Colin Firth and Gary Oldman, who was Oscar nominated for his work in the picture. Based on the classic novel, the international thriller is centered around the British Secret Intelligence Service at the height of the Cold War years of the mid-20th century.
Hardy was featured in Warner Bros.’ THE DARK KNIGHT RISES, which was directed by Christopher Nolan. He played the villainous ‘Bane’ opposite Christian Bale, Anne Hathaway, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Gary Oldman. In 2012, Hardy starred in RedWagon Film's LAWLESS, set in the Prohibition era, where three brothers find their bootlegging business under threat in Franklin County, Virgina.
Hardy recently finished production on George Miller’s new post-apocalyptic MAD MAX: FURY ROAD, opposite Charlize Theron.
In 2009, Hardy won a British Independent Film Award for ‘Best Actor’ for his work in the title role of the 2008 thriller BRONSON. His film credits also include Guy Ritchie’s action comedy ROCKNROLLA with Gerard Butler, Thandie Newton, Idris Elba, Mark Strong and Tom Wilkinson; Sofia Coppola’s MARIE ANTOINETTE; and the crime thriller LAYER CAKE with Daniel Craig.
Released in the summer of 2010, Warner Bros.’ INCEPTION became the 24th highest-grossing films of all time. Directed by Christopher Nolan, Hardy appeared alongside an all-star cast, including Leonardo DiCaprio, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Michael Caine.
Hailing from England, Hardy began his screen career when he was plucked straight from London’s Drama Centre for a role in HBO’s award-winning World War II miniseries “Band of Brothers,” executive produced by Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg. He went on to appear in features like BLACK HAWK DOWN, directed by Ridley Scott; STAR TREK: NEMESIS, in which he played the lead villain; Paul McGuigan’s THE RECKONING, alongside Willem Dafoe and Paul Bettany; and DOT THE I, from first-time writer/director Matthew Parkhill.
On television, Hardy earned a BAFTA nomination for ‘Best Actor’ for his performance in the HBO movie “Stuart: A Life Backwards.” He portrayed ‘Heathcliff’ in the 2009 ITV production of “Wuthering Heights.” His small screen credits also include the telefilms “Oliver Twist,” “A for Andromeda,” “Sweeney Todd,” “Gideon’s Daughter,” and “Colditz,” as well as the BBC miniseries “The Virgin Queen,” in which he starred as Queen Elizabeth’s lover, ‘Robert Dudley’.
Hardy has also starred in numerous plays on the London West End, including Blood and In Arabia We’d All Be Kings, winning the ‘Outstanding Newcomer Award’ at the 2003 Evening Standard Theatre Awards for his work in both productions. For the latter play, he was also nominated for a 2004 Olivier Award. In 2005, Hardy starred in the London premiere of Brett C. Leonard’s Roger and Vanessa, under the direction of Robert Delamere. He and Delamere also run a theatre workshop/gym called Shotgun at London’s