Tom Hardy To Star In Netflix Crime Thriller Havoc From Raid Director Gareth Evans
Gareth Evans will direct Tom Hardy in the upcoming movie, which starts production in June.
Tom Hardy will star in a new Netflix crime thriller from The Raid director Gareth Evans. The movie is titled Havoc, and it's set to start production in June in Wales.
The project was announced by Netflix on Twitter. Hardy will play a detective who must rescue a politician's son after a drug deal goes wrong, and his mission leads him to unravel a web of corruption and conspiracy within his city. Evans will direct, and has also written the movie's script. Havoc doesn't have a release date yet, and no other cast have been announced so far.
Tom Hardy + Gareth Evans, coming to Netflix 💥— NetflixFilm (@NetflixFilm) February 19, 2021
Evans will produce and direct films for Netflix for the next several years. First up? HAVOC, starring Tom Hardy (who will also produce) as a detective rescuing a politician's son while unraveling a web of corruption in his city. pic.twitter.com/vSQWMBQYIe
This is Evans's second Netflix movie, following his 2018 horror Apostle, which starred Dan Stevens. The director made his name with the acclaimed 2012 Indonesian martial arts movie The Raid, which was followed by 2014's The Raid 2. He also co-created and directed much of the highly-praised gang thriller series Gangs of London, which was released by AMC in the US last year.
Hardy will be seen next in the Venom sequel, Venom: Let There Be Carnage. The movie was originally set for release in October last year, but will now arrive in June. It also stars Woody Harrelson and Naomie Harris, and is directed by Andy Serkis.
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