Tom Hardy To Star As Gangster Al Capone In Josh Trank’s “Fonzo”


English Actor Edward Thomas Hardy is going to play all-time American gangster Al Capone in future venture that helmed by “chronicle” director Josh Trank, the film written and directed by Josh Trank himself.


English producer and actor Tom Hardy has amassed a fair number of roughian roles throughout his acting career, In “Legend” he stunned fans by twin gangster and done amazingly the role on “Peaky Blinders”, same like previous Tom has to portray infamous character of all-time American crime lord gangster Al Capone in future production.

The much anticipated Tom Hardy’s fans have to wait for some time as the film is now running in pre-production state.

Next year’s film will be helmed by writer and director Josh Trank however; the production will be taken under the consideration of John Schoenfelder and Russell Ackerman for Addictive picture while there is one other producer of “Pulp Fiction” Lawrence Bender.

The “Fonzo” cast was revealed on Saturday by BLOOM as the company plots a plan to commence International sales at American Film Industry.

The film will doing rounds on central character of Al Capone who is the ruthless businessman and bootlegger as well, the brutal gangster ruled on Chicago with an iron fist during the prohibition days in Untied States before being famously taken down by Eliot Nass.

The federal government prosecuted the all-time American gangster for tax evasion in 1931 and court sentenced for 11 year in jail for violation of state laws.

After nearly a decade of imprisonment, he was released as dementia rotted in his brain and his harrowing and violent and brutal memories melt his life at age of 48 in 1947.

Tom Hardy will be next seen in eighth installment of Christopher Nolan’s “Dunkirk and Taboo” which have to produce by Ridley Scott.