By: K. Walker
ClashDaily Associate Editor
This Hollywood star treats his job as ‘Dad’ as the most important role in his life. Check it out…
In a recent interview with Esquire, British actor, Tom Hardy, took reporter Miranda Collinge on a quest to find pieces to make a DIY Captain America shield for his two-and-a-half-year-old son.
He says he knows it will be played with for two minutes, but he still wants it to be perfect.
That’s the approach he takes to parenting.
He thinks it’s the most important thing that a person can do.
“Baby brain. What I’m saying is, there is no harder job on the planet, and more important, than parenting. You’ve got the military, police, doctors, service personnel — massive respect, huge consequences — but parenting?” He gives a high, wheezing laugh. “It’s beyond a job, isn’t it.”
He’s taking his role as protector seriously.
And if you want to take a picture of him when he’s out and about with his kids — consider yourself warned.
If someone takes a photo of my kids, all bets are off. I will take the camera off you and beat the f*cking sh*t out of you.
It’s like spotting a giraffe walking down the street. I get it. I can see people’s behaviour, I can see when a camera’s coming, I can see when a phone is moving, I can see people’s body language. There is no difference between that and a weapon.The hyper-vigilance.
It’s just odd. But [pictures of my] kids are a fucking no. They really are. And that’s what really bothers me, and it will fast-track me immediately to respond like any father in any situation, regardless of where they come from and what they’ve been through.
Hardy has two sons, Louis, 10 from a previous relationship, and his toddler with his wife, Charlotte Riley. Last month, Riley announced that she was pregnant with the couple’s second child.
Hardy has been in a ton of great movies — but will be remembered for his role as Bane in The Dark Knight Rises, and his Oscar-nominated role in Revenant. He made his film debut in Ridley Scott’s Black Hawk Down.
In many of his roles, he has been cast as a bit of a brawling badass.
His latest is a dark Marvel movie about the Spiderman villain, Venom:
Yeah, I wouldn’t want to tick off that guy.
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Here’s a shirt for real men (and women, too):
Why be average? It’s so overrated.
Everyone does that.