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Tom Hardy cuts a casual figure as he heads off to the gym

Tom Hardy cuts a casual figure as he heads off to the gym wearing a blue hoodie and grey camouflage tracksuit bottoms

Tom Hardy opted for a laid-back outfit as he hit the gym as lockdown restrictions were unlocked another step. 

The 43-year-old actor looked relaxed as he headed off for a workout on Monday at his go-to gym in London.

He wore a blue hoodie and grey tracksuit bottoms which featured a camouflage pattern.

Comfy:Tom Hardy cut a casual figure as he headed off to the gym wearing a blue hoodie and grey camouflage patterned tracksuit bottoms on Monday

On his feet, Tom wore a pair of white trainers and also had a wireless earphone in his left ear.

Over his left shoulder, the actor also carried a large sports bag and he held a bunch of keys in his hand as he made his way to the gym. 

Approaching the entrance to the gym, Tom also pulled up the blue single-use face mask that had been nestled beneath his chin. 

It comes after the official trailer for Tom’s upcoming movie Venom: Let There Be Carnage was released.

Sony Pictures Entertainment’s official YouTube account uploaded the trailer, which features Tom Hardy as the main character, last week.

Mask on: Before going into the gym, the actor pulled up a blue disposable face mask from under his chin

Mask on: Before going into the gym, the actor pulled up a blue disposable face mask from under his chin

The feature, which stars Tom Hardy and Woody Harrelson, centers around the titular character as he comes face to face with a new threat with similar powers.

The Andy Serkis-directed superhero film is intended to be the second entry in the Sony Pictures Universe of Marvel Characters, which serves as a counterpart to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Venom: Let There Be Carnage is set to make its debut on September 24, after it was pushed back from an original October 2020 release date.

The forthcoming feature will serve as a sequel to the original 2018 film, which also kicked off the Sony Pictures Universe of Marvel Characters.

Back at it: The official trailer for the upcoming Marvel Comics-based film Venom: Let There Be Carnage was released on Sony Pictures Entertainment's official YouTube channel

Back at it: The official trailer for the upcoming Marvel Comics-based film Venom: Let There Be Carnage was released on Sony Pictures Entertainment’s official YouTube channel

As opposed to producing stories centered around a wide range of superheroes in the vein of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the media franchise will be focused on characters that are associated with Spider-Man.

Although executives from both studios intensely negotiated over the rights to the web-slinger, they eventually came to an agreement that allowed both to use the property.

The next scheduled film from the Sony Pictures Universe of Marvel Characters is set to be centered around Morbius the Living Vampire, who will be portrayed by Jared Leto, and will make its debut in 2022.

Other projects that are currently in development include features centered around characters such as Kraven The Hunter and Madame Web.

Hardy has also confirmed that he will be starring in a third Venom film, although the upcoming feature’s release date is currently not known.

Sequel: The feature, which stars Tom Hardy (pictured at the 2018 premiere for the first Venom movie) and Woody Harrelson, centres around the titular character as he comes face to face with a new threat with similar powers

Sequel: The feature, which stars Tom Hardy (pictured at the 2018 premiere for the first Venom movie) and Woody Harrelson, centres around the titular character as he comes face to face with a new threat with similar powers

Keeping it consistent: As opposed to featuring stories with a wide range of characters, the Sony Pictures Universe of Marvel Characters will focus on heroes and villains directly connected to Spider-Man

Keeping it consistent: As opposed to featuring stories with a wide range of characters, the Sony Pictures Universe of Marvel Characters will focus on heroes and villains directly connected to Spider-Man 

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