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Tom Hardy will star in Sony’s long-awaited “Spider-Man” movie “Venom,” with “Zombieland” helmer Ruben Fleischer on board to direct.While “Spider-Man: Homecoming” is still two months away from opening, Sony is acting quickly to build its extended universe, which starts with the “Venom” movie.Although the studio has been meeting with directors for some time, the actor selection process sped up after Hardy exited J. Chandor’s action-thriller “Triple Frontier,” and Sony saw an opportunity to court an in-demand talent.Fleischer showcased his ability to bring together dark themes and humor in “Zombieland,” and according to sources, Hardy is a huge fan of Venom.But “Taboo” feels like it is trying a little too hard to establish grit, while failing to establish anything else; while the viewer is still wondering what’s up with James Delaney’s bountiful angst, he and the lawyer say the word “piss” several times in their quaint accents and then threaten each other with murder, presumably to drive home the impression that it is all very hard over there in old-timey Londontown.Then — in the pub, incongruously hosting the post-funeral wake for James’ father — James comes face-to-face with his half-sister Zilpha, played with wonderful histrionic nerves by Oona Chaplin.With so many different platforms to choose from these days, there are plenty of highly-anticipated series bringing big stars to the small screen.Katherine Heigl makes her big return to network television in the CBS legal drama , playing an accomplished attorney who falls in love with a client that may or may not be a cold-blooded murderer. If that's not your taste, you might enjoy looking at a scantily-clad Tom Hardy in his new FX miniseries !

While “Taboo” appears to be building to something, it makes the most of the show’s stellar production values, which create a textured cross-section of London’s less-savory elements that is fascinating, if not exactly pleasant.His mother is an artist and his father is a writer.Tom attended Reed's School and Tower House School, before studying drama at Richmond Drama School and then the Drama Centre, London.Hardy's career started out with him appearing in war dramas such as the HBO and BBC miniseries Band of Brothers.The series, produced by Steven Spielberg, starred Tom Hanks, Michael Fassbender and James Mc Avoy.