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Topic - Tom Hardy
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There are plenty of minimalist films out there. And then there's the tiny sub-genre of the truly, ultra-minimalist films: One character. In one place.
Mattel's Movie Masters series of action figures offers older fans of the latest live-action Batman film an affordable option to appreciate some of the movie's key characters.
The allure of movie stardom is becoming evident to Tom Hardy.
This isn't your father's Caped Crusader.
"People became aware of it and thought there might be a relatively prompt correction, and now it's many weeks or months later and it hasn't happened," Hardy said after the meeting, which was held in Chicago, Champaign, Springfield and Rockford with the sites connected electronically. "People who are affected see an encroaching deadline that has a big impact on their lives."
The universities learned of the retirement date problem weeks ago, University of Illinois spokesman Tom Hardy said after the meeting.