First Poster for Tom Hardy's Thriller 'Locke' Before Trailer Tomorrow

March 5, 2014
Source: Yahoo


Our first glimpse at the thriller Locke came in the form of a trailer from the United Kingdom where the film hits theaters a week early, but tomorrow we'll get the first domestic trailer for the Venice Film Festival selection starring Tom Hardy. However, this thriller is unique in that it's set entirely in a car and unfolds in real time. Our own Alex Billington caught the film at Sundance and said, "This is one of those must see it to believe it unique concepts for a film, and it's actually pretty damn good." We're anxious to see just what the trailer can show off since it's all set in this one car, but until that arrives, see the poster below. Look!

Here's the first poster for Steven Knight's Locke from Yahoo:


Locke is written and directed by Steven Knight (director of Hummingbird and writer of Eastern Promises). Ivan Locke (Tom Hardy) is an obsessive perfectionist, respected by his coworkers and loved by his bosses. He cherishes the bond he shares with his two sons and the unshakeable partnership he has developed with his wife; it's an ideal existence built with painstaking care. But hours before the biggest day of his career, Locke receives a phone call that threatens to destroy the life he has worked so meticulously to create. Locke premiered at the Venice Film Festival in 2013 and A24 Films releases the film in US theaters April 24th.

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Reader Feedback - 3 Comments


Hardy looks so different with a beard. Dig It.

DAVIDPD on Mar 5, 2014


thanks for the heads up!

Chiroptera Exsanguination on Mar 5, 2014


I look so magnificent on the poster, just simply beautiful.

Ryan Thomas Hardy on Mar 5, 2014

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