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In an interview with Esquire during the filming of the “Venom” sequel “Venom: Let There Be Carnage,” Tom Hardy also discussed his workout regimen for “Havoc,” an upcoming Netflix crime thriller where he plays a detective in Detroit who becomes embroiled in a conspiracy connected to the criminal underworld. How learning Brazilian jiu-jitsu fits into his portrayal is yet to be seen, but Hardy is clearly intent on his fight scenes looking real, or “whatever I’m not a liability for,” the actor told Esquire.
Admitting to the publication that his “knees were f***ed” after an injury on “Venom” that required two surgeries, Hardy said he was committed to getting physical again for his work. While he didn’t go into detail about how his cross-fit workouts or BJJ training contributed to his character’s fighting, he did note to Esquire that “Havoc” has some “good high-end face-kicking.”
“Havoc” is directed by “The Raid: Redemption” helmer Gareth Evans, which has Hardy psyched about the film. “If you’re gonna do martial arts, then Gareth’s your guy,” the actor told Esquire.
“Havoc” is still awaiting an official release date on Netflix, though Netflix Schedule indicated that the film is expected to debut on the streamer in December.