Tom Hardy’s Netflix movie Havoc: What we know so far

Tom Hardy at the 2022 Milton Keynes Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Open – Credit. Sean Roseborough / Swens

Netflix doubles total deals with talented, award-winning filmmakers, making it the latest with Gareth Evans (ProphetAnd the London gangs). The first project to come out of this deal will be the damageCrime drama starring Tom Hardy.Revenant, poison). Evans will write and direct the film, which ended in 2021 and is expected to be released on Netflix in early 2023.

Gareth Evans is famous for his Indonesian martial arts films such as RaidAnd the raid 2 And the wandering, Through it he brought the Indonesian martial art Pencak silat to world cinema. Evans is also known for creating and directing the critically acclaimed Sky Atlantic series London gangs Who stars Joe Cole (Black Mirror, Peaky Blindersand Michelle FairleyGame of thrones).

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Netflix’s blanket deal with Evans has been in development for a while, according to Deadline, and both sides wanted to make sure Tom Hardy was shut down before anything was announced. Netflix liked Evans’ style a lot and started striking a deal after their collaboration on the 2018 horror thriller Prophet , Starring Dan Stevens, Michael Sheen, Lucy Boynton.

The producers behind Netflix’s the damage Will Gareth Evans for One More One Productions (Prophet), Ed Talvan for Severn Screen (The Messenger, The Pembrokeshire Murders) and Aram Tertzakian for XYZ Films (Mandy, gagging). Leading star Tom Hardy is also ready for production.

What is the plot the damage?

Netflix’s official line the damage Unveiled by Deadline:

The story takes place after a failed drug deal, when a bruised detective must make his way through the criminal underworld to rescue the son of a ousted politician, while uncovering a deep web of corruption and conspiracy that plagues his entire city.

While the movie’s premise doesn’t break any new grounds, it doesn’t have source material and that might feel fresh for the kind of Netflix viewers who might have been feeling overwhelmed by the recent push toward franchises, mods, sequences, competitions, and reboots.

who cast in the damage?

Tom Hardy

In February 2021, Tom Hardy The title role has been announced for Netflix’s the damage. Hardy will play the main character, Walker, the aforementioned “Stack Detective”. Hardy is best known for his roles in many films and TV series including Rise of the Dark Knight, Mad Max: Fury Road, Venom, Capone, Inception, Peaky Blinders, and more.

On March 22, 2021, Forest Whitaker It was announced that she will participate in the tournament the damage with Hardy. Whitaker’s personal details remain confidential. Whitaker previously starred in the Netflix Original holiday musical Jingle Jangle: Christmas Journey.

On June 28, Timothy Oliphant It’s also been confirmed that he’s starring the damage. More cast members have also been announced, adding talents Jesse Mi LessAnd the Justin CornwellAnd the Yan Yan Yu.

The remaining cast members have been confirmed Colin SepulvedaAnd the Luis GuzmanAnd the sunny bangAnd the Michelle Watterson.

What is the production condition the damage?

take photo the damage It started on July 8, 2021 in Cardiff, Wales. Production lasted for a few months before it officially ended on October 22, 2021.

Various sites have been used across South Wales such as Barry Island Pleasure Park and Brangwyn Hall in Swansea.

Since October, the feature has been in post-production.

when we see the damage on Netflix?

With filming ending in October 2021, many will be forgiven for thinking Havoc will be released on Netflix in 2022, but that’s not the case.

Havoc is expected to be released on Netflix within the first few months of 2023.

For now, we are waiting for an official confirmation from Netflix.

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