Actor Tom Hardy or Max Rockatansky from ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ is really at peace with himself and the pandemic has taught him a lot about that. He likes to bake his own bread. While locked up, he discovered an alternate career that suits him well.
“Fifteen-minute workouts in the garden, homeschooling and sourdough preparation. I still have the yeast! You have to feed that every day. That is a compromise. I actually managed to back it up, so I have two, ”Hardy said, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
Tom Hardy added: “In case somebody drops one on the floor or the jar explodes and it’s like, ‘That’s a year and a half job! I was thinking of opening a sourdough cafe. Coffee and sourdough and jiu-jitsu and… meetings. You can bring your dog. “
The 43-year-old star, who has two children, ages five and two, with his wife Charlotte Riley and a 13-year-old son from a previous relationship, has had plenty of time to reflect over the past year and learned to worry less about what that people would think.
“I had the opportunity to observe the world and my own behaviors and how I lived my life and what is important and what is not. I spent a lot of time fighting the concept of ‘grown-up’, ”he said in the new issue of Esquire UK magazine.
“I think all the bad guys and all those kinds of characters agrrrr ‘that I’ve played, I’m not that. The whole acting thing has been a kind of peacock, contrary to what I am.
“The most indelible in my memory are the things that are shocking or terrifying, so it is very easy to imitate them. Actually, it is much more difficult to imitate soft, pleasant and intimate things if you do not grow that way. Now that I’m getting older, these things are getting less scary. So he doesn’t care so much what people think. “
The “Venom” actor feels he has “less reason” to work now because he prefers to be with his family.
He said: “I think there are fewer reasons to work, ultimately, because the drive in life is to be with the kids and to be fit and healthy, to eat right and stuff. If you have a roof over your head and a bed under you and food in the refrigerator, how much is enough? Because it’s not a dress rehearsal, life, right? It’s coming out live. This is one time only. “
The ‘Legend’ actor is fine with the idea of ”disappearing” now because he has “established” himself and his career.
Tom Hardy said: “I’m not so worried about disappearing right 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? And what is enough? What do you need? What does my family need? So that is very relevant. I think everyone needs a bit of what they do. I like jiu-jitsu and sourdough. That fills me up. “
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