Tom Hardy reveals how his priorities changed during Covid-19 lockdown – .

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Tom Hardy admitted that he thinks there is “less reason to work” these days because he is older and his main priority is raising his children.

The actor, 43, is the father of a son Louis, 13, with ex Rachel Speed, while he is also the father of a daughter, five, and a son named Forrest, two. , with his wife Charlotte Riley.

Speaking to Esquire UK, Tom said work has taken a back seat since reassessing things during the Covid-19 lockdown.

Priorities: Tom Hardy admitted that he thinks there is “less reason to work” these days because he is older and his main priority is raising his children

He said: “I think there is less reason to work, at the end of the day, because the motivation in life is to be with the kids and to be fit and healthy and well. eat and all.

“If you have a roof over your head and a bed below you and food in the refrigerator, how much is enough? Because it’s not a dress rehearsal, life, is it? It comes out live. It’s once.

Elaborating on what he learned during the lockdown, Tom added: “I have had the opportunity to observe the world and my own behaviors and how I have lived my life and what is important and what is not. is not. I have spent a lot of time struggling with the concept of “adult”.

“I think all the bad guys and all these kinds of ‘grrrr’ characters that I’ve played, I’m not that. The whole acting game has been a bit of a peacock, unlike what I am.

Family: The actor, 43, is the father of a son Louis, 13, with ex Rachel Speed, while he is also the father of a daughter, five, and a son named Forrest, two years, with his wife Charlotte Riley.

Family: The actor, 43, is the father of a son Louis, 13, with ex Rachel Speed, while he is also the father of a daughter, five, and a son named Forrest, two years, with his wife Charlotte Riley.

“What is most indelible in my memory are the shocking or scary things, so it is very easy to imitate them. It’s actually a lot harder to emulate sweet, nice, intimate things if you don’t grow up that way.

“Now that I get older, these things are getting less scary. So it’s not so much about what people think.

When asked how he got past the lockdown, Tom said: “Fifteen minute workouts in the garden, home schooling and sourdough making. I still have the leaven! You have to feed it every day. It is a commitment.

“I managed to save it, so I have two. Just in case someone drops one on the floor or the pot explodes and it’s like, “This is a year and a half’s job!” ”

“I was thinking of opening a sourdough cafe. Coffee and sourdough and jiu-jitsu and AA meetings. You can bring your dog.

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Tom said: “I think there is less reason to work, at the end of the day, because the motivation in life is to be with the kids and to be fit and healthy and well. eat and all that “

Tom also joked that people might see him star in some “gruesome romcoms” as he discusses whether his thoughts on the lockdown might change the roles he chooses.

He said: “These are engine room years. Children and tax years at death. While you still have arms and a working body, then you go, you grind. Until the kids leave the house.

“So maybe my salary will be considerably lower, but acting will probably still be there for me. And I can still play roles. So who knows? You could see me do some horrible romantic comedies. And will never see me again. Hey !

“Because I made my decision, you go, ‘Oh, he made a choice. You won’t see him again. He left. He understood what is important. And he left. ”

He added, “I’m not that worried about disappearing now. When I was young, you had to be heard, otherwise you would be invisible. Once you’ve established yourself, you can stop making so much noise. Because you are here now, what are you going to do?

He added, “If you have a roof over your head and a bed under you and food in the fridge, how much is enough?  Because it's not a dress rehearsal, life, is it?  It comes out live.  It's once '

He added, “If you have a roof over your head and a bed under you and food in the fridge, how much is enough? Because it’s not a dress rehearsal, life, is it? It comes out live. It’s once ‘

“And what is enough? What do you need? What does my family need? So it’s very relevant. I think everyone needs a little bit of their own stuff that they do. I like jiu-jitsu and sourdough. It fills me up.

Of his thoughts when England entered their first lockdown due to Covid-19, Tom said: “When everyone started stocking up toilet paper and taking things off the shelves it was like Hang on, do we have to arm ourselves? Is this the zombie apocalypse? “

“There was a point in the beginning where it was like, are people going to revolt? ”

Tom starred in the title role in Venom in 2018 and will reprise the role in Venom: Let There Be Carnage released this year.

Discussing the role, he said: “There were other goals with Venom, but they were minor compared to the main goal: can I make Eddie Brock and Venom an established Marvel superhero?

Career: Tom also joked that people might see him play in some

Career: Tom also joked that people might see him star in some ‘horrific romcoms’ as he discusses whether his thoughts on the lockdown might change the roles he chooses (pictured with wife Charlotte Riley in 2018)

“Venom and Eddie Brock are part of a universal canon among those who know superheroes, so I don’t want to cross the record. I would like to be part of this heritage and not completely disrupt it. Don’t shame him. Ha!

“You have Black Panther, Thor, Wonder Woman, Venom; there isn’t one you say, ‘Ooh my God, did you see that? It’s fucking terrible! Avoid the fucking terrible! ‘ Maybe people don’t like it, maybe people really like it, but it’s not rejected.

As a producer, as well as an actor, for the sequel, he added, “A producer is what I would do anyway if I was just acting, I would just argue with the studio about it.

“I’m also thinking about the third movie, because I think you have to write it at the same time… A third won’t be lit until the second is successful, but the studio was really, really happy with number two. ”

As to whether he thinks Venom and Spider-Man may at some point appear in the same movie, Tom said, “I would be remiss if I didn’t try to pilot any connectivity.

Blockbuster: Tom played title role in Venom in 2018 and will reprise role in Venom: Let There Be Carnage released this year

Blockbuster: Tom played title role in Venom in 2018 and will reprise role in Venom: Let There Be Carnage released this year

“I wouldn’t be doing the job if I wasn’t awake and open to any opportunity or eventuality or if I wasn’t excited about it.

“Obviously it’s a big canyon for one person to walk through, and it would take a much higher level of diplomacy and intelligence, sitting and talking, to take on an arena like this.” .

“If both sides want it and it’s beneficial to them, I don’t see why it couldn’t be.

“I hope and firmly, with both hands, to push, with eagerness, towards this potential, and I would do anything to make it happen, within the framework of what is right in business. But it would be foolish not to head to the Olympics if you were running 100 meters, so yes! I want to play on this ground.

Esquire UK’s Fall 2021 issue goes on sale from the 11 August.

Interview: Esquire UK's Fall 2021 issue goes on sale August 11

Interview: Esquire UK’s Fall 2021 issue goes on sale August 11

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