Tom Hardy Signs On To Play War Photographer Don McCullin | Film News
A spectacular career just got stellar. Off the bat from playing Mad Max and earning a Oscar nod for his role in The Revenant, there’s certainly no rest for the wicked when it comes to Tom Hardy, who has reportedly signed on to play famous British war photographer Don McCullin.
The film, written by Gregory Burke, and based on McCullin’s autobiography Unreasonable Behaviour will trace the photographers journey from his poverty stricken origins as a child in wartime London to becoming one of the words most well known war photojournalists, best known for his work during the Vietnam and Cambodian wars whilst working for the Observer and Sunday Times.
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