Tom Hardy 'bummed' to lose Suicide Squad role
Tom Hardy admits he was initially "bummed" to lose his 'Suicide Squad' role after filming ran over on 'The Revenant'
Tom Hardy was "bummed" to lose his 'Suicide Squad' role.
The 38-year-old actor was forced to pull out of the highly-anticipated film after filming ran over on 'The Revenant' but claims his anger helped shape his role as John Fitzgerald in the period movie.
He said: "It punched right into that, yeah. That got derailed for me. Was I bummed? Of course I was. I hate f***ing losing work.
"I kept bemoaning that they were losing me significant money on a daily basis. Actually, it was good for my character."
And Tom also revealed he overcame his fear of horses whilst filming for 'The Revenant' but still wouldn't refer to himself as a fully fledged horse rider.
He told Variety: "I don't like horses. They scare me. There's not a call for it in London - not since the 1800s. We are used to getting on the bus or the tube. I prefer dogs; they are a bit more manageable.
"I think horses are beautiful, but I didn't know any growing up. It's quite alien. They are so big and muscular. If they sat on me or kicked me, that would be it - wouldn't it? You always hear about people walking around the back of a horse and getting kicked. I always think if anyone is going to get kicked by a horse walking around the back of it, it's most likely going to be me."