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Tom Hardy is the hot new favourite to play James Bond, and he has now revealed why he is forever cast as the villain.

The star is currently terrifying us all on Saturday nights in the BBC's Taboo, and he has suggested said that being a juvenile delinquent has led to his typecasting as baddies and criminals like his character James Delaney.
"It's the suburbs," Hardy told The Mirror. "The life is so privileged and peaceful and so bloody dull, it gives you the instinctive feral desire to f**k everything up.
"I got arrested at 15 for joyriding in a stolen Merc. And for good measure there was a gun in the car.
"I just had to endanger myself – it was a kind of self-harming. I wish I could say I have outgrown it but violence still has a romance for me. That's why I get cast as criminals, villains, wretched characters."
Still, 007 is pretty violent, so we imagine he would be a perfect fit after he all-but-admitted that he would be up for the role.
Speaking earlier this week, Hardy said: "You know, there's a saying amongst us in the fraternity of acting, and in the fellowship of my peer group, that if you talk about it you're automatically out of the race.
"So I can't possibly comment on that one! If I mention it, it's gone."
However, he did admit he would sign straight up if his The Dark Knight Rises's director Christopher Nolan helms the next movie.
"I wonder what the next installment of that franchise would become, and I think when you mention someone like Christopher Nolan, that's a very powerful figure to bring into that world who could bring something new and create something profound – again."

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