He is one of the busiest actors in Hollywood.
And Tom Hardy was spotted on Monday on his way to a publicity event for his latest film, Venom.
The 41-year-old wore a gray jacket over a red flannel Hudson Jeans shirt and French Connection Henley shirt with blue Hudson Blinder Biker Skinny Moto jeans and white sneakers on the outing.
Busy Dude: Tom Hardy was spotted on Monday walking to a publicity event for his latest movie, Venom
The Warrior star wore a cap and a pair of Oakley camo sunglasses perched on his head.
Around the neck of the English actor hung a pair of headphones.
Tom wore a scruffy beard and his brown locks stood on end.
Later, Hardy met young fans at an event coordinated by the Lollipop Theater Network, a national nonprofit organization that shows movements that are in theaters to children who are hospitalized “due to chronic or life-threatening illnesses.”
Red-dy or not: The 41-year-old wore a gray jacket over a red flannel shirt with blue jeans and white sneakers on the outing
The Oscar nominee, who plays Eddie Brock-Venom in the film, said Total movie last month that the character could potentially cover a trio of films.
“We signed for three of them,” he said. “So it’s really an open case. We’ll see what people’s responses are to this. I think he’s a great character. I love to play both.
Hardy added of the film, “It’s an appetizer and for Sony it’s the Venom verse thrown in isolation, so to speak.
Giving back: Hardy later met young fans at an event coordinated by the Lollipop Theater Network, a national nonprofit that shows movements that are in theaters to hospitalized children
Lovely: Hardy interacts with a young fan
“We are all ready for this to be an autonomous universe. So whatever Sony wants to attach to it at a later date, it’s a central piece. But let’s see what happens when it lands.
Celebrities associated with the Lollipop Theater, which began in 2002, include actress Anne Hathaway and former Access Hollywood presenter Billy Bush, both of whom sit on the organization’s board of directors. Stars who have attended events for the group include Blake Lively, Hugh Jackman and Jack Black.
Venom, which also stars Michelle Williams, Woody Harrelson and Jenny Slate, hits theaters on October 5.
Believed: Celebrities associated with the Lollipop Theater, which began in 2002, include actress Anne Hathaway and former Access Hollywood presenter Billy Bush