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Retro Review: Star Trek: Nemesis

Friday, April 1st, 2011

The new Romulan leader – who has devised a deadly plan for Earth’s future – also has a very personal connection to Picard.

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Hardy Is A BAFTA Nominee

Monday, January 10th, 2011

Tom Hardy, best-known to Star Trek fans for his role of Shinzon in Star Trek: Nemesis, is one of five nominees for the Orange Wednesdays Rising Star Award for 2011.

The Orange Wednesdays Rising Star Award is the only British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) award to be voted on by the British public.

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Hardy Joins Mad Max Cast

Friday, October 30th, 2009

It’s official, Tom Hardy (Shinzon in Star Trek: Nemesis) has been cast as Mad Max.

As reported recently at TrekToday, Hardy was in the running to replace Mel Gibson as Mad Max in Mad Max 4: Fury Word.

In addition to Hardy, Charlize Theron (Monster) will also be in the post-apocalyptic film.

Filming for Max Max 4 will begin next August, in Australia. There are no details on the plot yet, but it is known that there will be plenty of stunt work, with “super fast vehicles” that are under development. “It’s obviously over-the-top,” said Director George Miller. “But they’ll [the vehicles] have to be very high performance because the film is shot in speed, and they’ll have to be very, very safe. The reason this movie is so big is that there’s just a huge number of stunts. We’re trying to do stuff that I believe people haven’t done before.”

Hardy In Mad Max 4?

Thursday, October 22nd, 2009

Tom Hardy, the British actor best-known to Star Trek fans for his role in Star Trek: Nemesis as Shinzon, is in the running for a part in the new Mad Max movie.

Hardy is up for the role of Mad Max in Mad Max 4: Fury Road. Mad Max was last played by Mel Gibson in 1985′s Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome.

Charlize Theron (Monster) is director George Miller‘s top choice for the female lead in the sequel.

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