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Tom Hardy To Tickle The Ivories As Elton John In Movie Rocketman!

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Tom Hardy's not the man they think he is at home, oh, no, no, no! He's a piano man!

Bane himself will be playing Sir Elton John in the movie Rocketman, which will tell the tale of how Elton turned from a childhood prodigy into a music legend!

One thing's for sure: Elton is going to be jacked. Hardy might literally break the piano every time he tries to play it he's so buff! If he held a tiny dancer in his hand, well, let's just say goodbye to that tiny dancer!

With Oscar nominated writer Lee Hall penning the script, we know this film is going to be incredible! And the possibility of Tom going dude on dude? Hello, Fandango? We'd like to preorder all the tickets ever!

We can't wait to say, "what a lovely voice," after hearing Tom croon to Crocodile Rock, perhaps! Hopefully, he'll be a little more understandable than Bane was!

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2 comments to “Tom Hardy To Tickle The Ivories As Elton John In Movie Rocketman!”



  1. 1

    I read that Elton will be re-recording his biggest hits for the film. Huge mistake! Unless they plan on doing a flashback as in Elton in concert today, singing his songs now, and then flashing back to age 11, 18, etc. Otherwise, if its a straight linear biopic, using new recordings vs the originals just is a mistake. The Elton of 2013 sounds nothing like the Elton of 1973. He lost his range about 20 years ago or more and has managed to perform and pull off his big hits live, but honestly (and I am a life long fan), it's cringe worthy to hear his reworkings of some of his "Yellow Brick Road" era stuff nowadays.



  2. 2

    Tom Hardy can do no wrong…Love him!