Young, fresh n’ tender Tom Hardy, age 25
Star Trek: Nemesis event at the Hotel Adlon in Berlin, 2002
(these pics in a big size for the first time)
On playing light and dark shades of a character like Shinzon:
TH: And you ask questions constantly, and never become partisan, and never say there is an answer to anything. Then within the movement of the story you have opportunities for inspiration.
It’s like when you’re playing table tennis, in repartee, or you’re talking to somebody: there’s always an opening for inspiration or something which makes the movie, the story, open and develop organically as opposed to being imposed and procured with comment.
I mean the comment should come out of the action, as opposed to procuring something. Here – because the script is already written, the lines – it’s up to you to take it to that level off the page. (source)
Helo, Athena and Hera in season 3Hera’s alive. I’m her mother, and I’m going to get her.