Severe physical changes, the cost of playing permanent roles and enduring made Bane so realistic. How The Dark Knight Rises changed Tom Hardy?
How The Dark Knight Rises changed Tom Hardy?
The Dark Knight trilogy, directed by Christopher Nolan. Changed all the standards of the genre and began a new path in the era of comic book adaptations. The trio also proved that superhero movies can have a big impact on audiences and fans of the genre. In addition, it should be noted that the trio also survived the work and careers of its actors. It also served as a great launching pad for them.
Tom Hardy, one of the masked villains in The Dark Knight Rises , talks about the hardships and physical damage he suffered to get and play the role. In an interview with The Daily Beast in 2017. Tom talked about being overweight to play “Bane” and his character in the movie Warrior , and said:
I’ve probably hurt my body too much. I have a small body and if I continue to gain weight, under too much pressure, my body may collapse.
He also stated in an interview with Men’s Health magazine that he gained 30 (13 kg) pounds. For this role and used a specialized exercise for rapid muscle building.
The press tends to praise the actors’ physical commitment without explaining how much weight change is usually not possible for people who do not have a professional trainer or nutritionist. There has been a lot of talk lately about unrealistic physical expectations of actors. And he spoke openly with Eternals star Kamil Nanjiani about the impact of a physical change for the Bollywood role of Kingo on his body. And saying that the actor pays for any drastic physical changes. . He also said that this process may be good for a younger person, but:
When you enter your 40s, you need to be more careful about high-intensity workouts and maintain your body. You do not have enough time to continue training because you are filming, so your body is swimming in two different directions at the same time.