Your better off always being yourself you're better off not caring about what other people think of your character your personality because the only one the only opinion that matters is your opinion when your own self #lost #student #lif#life #truth #God #creative #culture #religion #spirituality#laughs #trending #love #video #life #subscribe #Music #Newvideo #Subscribe #You#YouTube #Instagram #Snapchat #Twitter #YouTube #thebest #lawless
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Bring on the paint projects! What do you mean I can't paint everything in glitter 😂😂😂 . . . . . #reno #hom#home #renovations #home #paint #project #glitter #ros#rose #rose #gold #silver #holo #bunnings #coffee #indoor #homedecor #homeoffice #northlakes #law#lawlesslips #lawless
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We got some Jekyll and Hyde yesterday and today. Was gonna do tetsu today then change later but it was too much effort. Licht - Me Lawless - @little_blu_ ~ #art#cosplay#servamp#comissions#opencommissions#comissionsopen#coaf#coaf2019#coloradoanimefest#hyde#lawless#greed#hedgehog#angel#lichtjekyllandtodoroki#servampcosplay#anime
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Tom interviewed at Cannes ~May 22, 2012 By Kyle Buchanan In the Cannes Film Festival entry Lawless, Tom Hardy plays a bootlegging brother of Shia LaBeouf who manages to convey the import of an entire monologue with a single, hesitant “um” or “uh.” In real life, though, the talkative Hardy is the exact opposite of his character, and in a free-wheeling conversation with Vulture on the Croisette, the British up-and-comer (best known for his roles in Inception, Bronson, and Warrior) was game to discuss just about anything. Read on for Hardy’s thoughts on fame, fuck-ups, and future projects like The Dark Knight Rises — where he plays the masked villain Bane — and George Miller’s long-in-the-works remake of Mad Max, which will have him taking over the lead role from Mel Gibson. You always go to great lengths to modify your look and your body shape for a role. What did you want to do forLawless? Well, I wanted to be skinny. Skinny, like I am now — maybe a little skinnier. ButBatman came in, and then I needed to be bigger. I had six months to train, but there was a three-month period where Lawless was being filmed at that time, so I had to train during Lawless, so that’s why I was physically the size that I was. Luckily, Shia was physically big as well so it kind of worked, but I would have preferred to be more Billy Bob Thornton–sized. Does that ever take a toll on you, to go from big to small for each movie? Shifting your weight fucks up your liver! You’ve got to be careful. It’s the end of that for me. Speaking of changing your look, have you grown out this beard for a role? Yeah, that’s for Mad Max; that’s in preparation for that. So Mad Max is actually going to happen now? I mean, anything could happen. Well, I don’t want to jinx it. Neither do I. *continues in comments
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