Warrior Battles Aren’t Always Fake for Joel Edgerton and Tom Hardy

“You can’t really become an actor in the process if you’re not around,” Edgerton said Den of Geek 2011. No one walked off the set of “Warrior” unscathed; “odd punch or elbow in the face” is common for actors. Edgerton recalls: “My shining moment was when my MCL ligament had a third degree tear. “I had six weeks of rehab for that.”

Interestingly, Hardy seems more anxious to stay in the fight scenes. “There’s nowhere to act, right? It’s annoying,” he joked. “I wanted to act, but he kept hitting me! Not my face!”

Of course, they both know the risks before signing on to the project – but understanding the expectations for the film and actually committing to them are two completely different things. Either way, both Hardy and Edgerton are dedicated to director Gavin O’Connor’s vision, and have made one of the best sports dramas in this respect of “Rocky” in the process. this.

https://www.slashfilm.com/972976/warriors-fights-werent-always-fake-for-joel-edgerton-and-tom-hardy/ Warrior Battles Aren’t Always Fake for Joel Edgerton and Tom Hardy

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