Tom Hardy
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"Edward Thomas" ""Tom"" "Hardy"

Hardy's television roles include the BBC historical drama miniseries The Virgin Queen (TV serial)/The Virgin Queen, ITV's Wuthering Heights (2009 television serial)/Wuthering Heights (in which he played Heathcliff (Wuthering Heights)/Heathcliff), the biographical drama Stuart: A Life Backwards, and as criminal sociopath Freddie Jackson in Martina Cole's The Take (TV series)/The Take. He will star as Max Rockatansky in the post-apocalyptic action film Mad Max: Fury Road, the fourth installment of the Mad Max (franchise)/Mad Max franchise, scheduled for release in 2015.

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Still sorting out the approach we want to take.

We are praying we don't have an earthquake, ... This is money we've committed to sewer, street and other projects to meet the future needs of our city.

The NCAA policy is one we're taking seriously because it has potentially important ramifications on athletics at Urbana. I'm sure this proposed resolution will generate some discussion and debate.

Since last August the University of Illinois has taken a deliberative, measured approach to the NCAA policy, and that would appear to be what the NCAA is doing in this case. It's good that rather than try to rush to a decision shortly before the policy goes into affect, the NCAA says it is going to give some deliberative review to these appeals.

That really smells odd to me.

I think we'll have to see where the board of trustees wants to go.

Board members have indicated their intention to take the appeal process to the next level.

It would be logical to conclude there will be a change of some kind in the status quo.

The Chief is performing at halftime of home football games. Unless something changes, that will be the case throughout the season.