HAVOC: Tom Hardy’s Upcoming Action Fest from Director Gareth Evans Gets a Graphic Novel Inspired Teaser Poster

By: John M Jerva

Tom Hardy is definitely an enigma in mainstream Hollywood as he really doesn’t speak out that much and he’s an actor am that literally transforms himself into any time that he’s playing. From Mad Max to Venom, Hardy is adaptable and a welcome sight in any cast and movie whether it be action or drama.

His latest endeavor, Havoc, looks to be a good, violent and bullet riddled throwback film with gritty overtones and harsh structure. To firmly set your appetite, a new teaser poster has just dropped which gives off a distinct graphic novel vibe with Hardy illustrated front and center aiming a gun while an assault rifle hangs across his chest clearly demonstrating that Hardy’s character has transitioned to his secondary firearm in true military trained fashion.

The official synopsis reads: After a drug deal gone wrong, a bruised detective (Hardy) must fight his way through a criminal underworld to rescue a politician’s estranged son, while unraveling a deep web of corruption and conspiracy that ensnares his entire city.

Justified star Timothy Olyphant also stars with action maestro Sunny Pang of Headshot and The Night Comes for Us fane. They join an an already stacked cast that features Forest Whitaker, Justin Cornwell, Jessie Mei Li, Yeo Yann Yann, Quelin Sepulveda, Luis Guzmán, and UFC mixed martial artist Michelle Waterson. (Per Variety).

The Raid Director Gareth Evans helms which should promise ultra-violent set pieces and groundbreaking stunt work. Havoc sounds deliciously violent and brutal so count me in with this line up. Evans, who shot to notoriety after directing The Raid films has a deal with Netflix which started with his first film The Apostle. Hardy also produced along with starring in the movie.

Keep it locked and loaded right here for more on Havoc as we are your destination for everything action!

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