Capone follows the titular gangster during his struggle with early-onset dementia that caused him to reckon with his past crimes. Hardy looks totally unlike himself as the balding Capone and is joined in the trailer by a supporting cast including Kyle MacLachlan, Linda Cardellini and Matt Dillon. Directed by Fantastic Four’s Josh Trank.
Originally titled Fonzo, the film recently changed its name, with Trank revealing on Twitter that the film would release on video demand on 12 May. While trailer is released in hd. The 47-year old Al Capone, after 10 years in prison, starts suffering from dementia and comes to be haunted by his violent past.
Few actors have plunged themselves into the depths of Weird Voice more enthusiastically than Tom Hardy, an undeniably charismatic performer whose dedication to his “I don’t know, it’s Marlon Brando but with an oil monster jutting out of his neck”accent sty lings must consistently be heard to be believed. Now we have got a brand new installment in the Hardy Weird Voice Canon, courtesy of the new trailer for Josh Trank’s Capone.
While many people have played Capone over the years, the film looks like it’s going for less biopic, more dreamy, violent weirdness, as it centres on the ageing gangster (Hardy). Hardy had previously lined up to play the New York gangster in Cicero, the first of a series of films that never got off the ground. The role is worlds away from Hardy’s most recent project, which will see him return to kids’ TV as he takes over CBeebies to keep the UK’s children entertained during corona virus lock down. For more entertainment news click here.