The Surrey star is back in the new gangster biopic Capone, originally released in the US in 2020

Tom Hardy is back in the headlines after releasing his latest blockbuster on Netflix

The 43-year-old heartthrob stars in the gangster biography Capone, in which he plays legendary mob boss Al Capone, but the film received a string of bad reviews after its release on Netflix

It was originally released in the US in May 2020 and on March 24th, 2020 Released on Netflix in the UK on February 2021

The popular actor continues to be hugely popular with Surrey residents, not least because he always seems ready for a selfie when he’s seen in public

During his time there, Capone suffered from the effects of neurosyphilis and dementia, gradually became plagued by feelings of guilt and suffered from increasingly poor living conditions

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Hardy, recently named the new James Bond, has been hailed for his twists and turns on the BBC series Peaky Blinders and as Kray Twins in Movie Legend – but this doesn’t apply to his latest offering, judging by the reactions On the social Media reports Mirror Online

One viewer wrote on Twitter, “Capone; Netflix movie about Scarface’s last year, no wonder it’s been postponed for years, a terribly horrific movie that was abandoned after an hour with no score”

Another viewer wrote, “Capone on Netflix should come with a warning of possible death from boredom Absolute s ***”

Meanwhile, another Twitter user commented, “No, @netflix, it was horrible, gave up when he went to bed”[Thumbs down emojis] Terrible considering Tom Hardy is a brilliant actor #capone”

Elsewhere, another commented: “Capone on Netflix; absolutely s *** e, Tom Hardy, who plays Al Capone, sounded like a winner on paper too”

However, not everyone was dissatisfied One social media user commented, “Capone on Netflix is ​​quality [okay, gesture emoji]”

Finally, one Tom Hardy fan had strong views and concluded, “I just saw Capone on Netflix disappointed is the word I would use! Decent acting by Tom Hardy but the movie was s *** e! “

The Hollywood star continues to have close ties with Surrey, having attended school in Cobham and raised in Richmond, across the London border. He has been spotted across the county several times

In September 2020, he posed for photos with two city guards near the Krema Artisan Coffee House in Guildford town center

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Source: https://www.getsurrey.co.uk/whats-on/film-news/tom-hardy-film-capone-slammed-19970804