EXCLUSIVE: ‘Warrior’ TV Spot

Gavin O’Connor directs Tom Hardy and Joel Edgerton in this inspirational sports drama, in theaters this September.

Two brothers face the fight of a lifetime, and the wreckage of their broken family, in the inspirational sports drama Warrior, from director Gavin O'Connor. We have an exclusive 30 second TV spot from the movie, which features stars Tom Hardy and Joel Edgerton. Check it out below.

Warrior was released September 9th, 2011 and stars Joel Edgerton, Tom Hardy, Nick Nolte, Jennifer Morrison, Frank Grillo, Kevin Dunn, Maximiliano Hernández, Bryan Callen. The film is directed by Gavin O'Connor.

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  1. the Narrator

    Oh.. I can see how that wold be a problem. Lol.

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  2. Bane5000

    @narrator...i would if i knew how to post forums lol

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  3. the Narrator

    @bane5000 , agreed on all counts friend. Lol. Maybe you'd like to be the one to start such a forum, eh? I'm far too lazy. ;)

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  4. Bane5000

    @narrator..i see what ur saying about the Labouf/Hardy incident, and nothin personal to u, but im just gonna speak in general my friend...its kind of hard to know exactly what happend between the two, since they only got a statement from Shia's side of the issue and never talked to Hardy bout what occured

    Maybe Shia was defending the fact that stars should be gratefull for what they got and make and shouldnt be bragging about it, but then again maybe hes just trying to make himself look like the good guy in the situation in the publics eye when he is like that in his own life also and butted into a conversaton that had nothing to do with him in the first place...

    Maybe Hardy was braggin with his buddy about the expensive car he just purchased and making him seem like a big mouth and a bit stuck up, or he was just having a general conversation and was happy bout the new luxury car he just bought and was talking about it with a friend...

    Well never know the whole story, but i will agree with one thing though...someone should bring back the " Who would win in a fight " forum, and see what every thinks that if the gloves did come off, who would be the man standing at the end of the scuffle :]

    4 years agoby @bane5000Flag

  5. skywise

    I love both these actors but this film seems a little... "been there done that"

    However, i will wait until the MW users put out their reviews before i decide to see this in theaters or not.

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  6. the Narrator

    @bane5000, please. Shia easily survived the tussle, which more than says something about both men given their physical appearances. Hardy is a talented man, absolutely, but from what I hear (not that it's any of our business), Shia merely disliked the other actors constant bragging of his wealth, as well as clashed with him due to a bad joke, which is very common.

    In terms of the argument/prelude to the little bout, I side with Shia's argument/side of the debacle. He makes more money than Tom Hardy, several times over, in fact, yet he remains "ashamed" of his growing wealth, as they are all payed a lot of money and shouldn't have the need to blabber on about such earnings. According to him, he didn't enjoy the actors bragging about his expensive sport cars with another actor on set, as Shia comes from a poor background and understands the value of money more so than the next actor. I don't know everything, so Hardy could have completely been justified in his actions as well, but it sounds like your guy deserved a little humility. Besides, if the event allowed them both the opportunity to blow off steam in the hopes of creating a better picture, so be it. The only real thing shocking here, is the fact that despite Hardy's size, Shia didn't get a single nick on him. Whether that was because there was never really a fight but more shoving, or whether Hardy didn't effectively counter, it doesn't matter.

    All I'm saying is, Hardy looks like a heavy-weight, but I'll always be one for an underdog. But an interesting concept is this: someone should make a "Who would win in a fight" forum again. We had one a long time ago, and it's about time we bring it back. Lol. Wouldn't you agree, friend?

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  7. Bane5000

    And to think, Shia Labouf tried to pick a fight with Hardy....break him Bane, BREAK HIM :]

    4 years agoby @bane5000Flag

  8. Newtron

    NO! Not another boxing film NOOOOOooooo! LOL But seriously. Apparently one of the big things in hollywood these days in the boxing drama. They keep this up, and they'll end up making a spoof film called BOXER. But the only reason this film intrigues me is because Tom Hardy's in it.

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  9. GerardKing


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  10. Bawnian©-Dexeus

    My problem with the marketing is that they revealed the brother thing. It should have been left out

    4 years agoby @bawnian-dexeusFlag

  11. thedude-abides

    Tom Hardy has had a nice string of recent critical as well as commercial success over the last couple of years. I suppose he's allowed one misstep.

    4 years agoby @thedude-abidesFlag

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