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The Junket Diaries || ||

Tom Hardy's Pudding, Chinese Food For Thought and Other Wisdom From the This Means War Team

Junket Diaries - This Means War, Reese Witherspoon, Tom Hardy, McG (photo: Getty Images)

It started with the pudding. Oh, not just any pudding: A perfect pool of melt-in-your-mouth chocolate-hazelnut goodness -- a confection so rich, so irresistible, that even Tom Hardy found himself drawn like a moth to a flame to the dessert table before the press conference for This Means War the other week in Beverly Hills. He grabbed a saucer and ambled over to a pack of bewildered journalists, offering an ebullient bon mot about The Woman in Black. “I’d have eaten through Daniel Radcliffe to get that part!” he raved, or so the story goes, before setting down his dish and disappearing once more into the back hallways of the Four Seasons.
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Review || ||

REVIEW: Doomed This Means War Gives New Meaning to Counter-Intelligence

REVIEW: Doomed This Means War Gives New Meaning to Counter-Intelligence

If men are from Mars and women from Venus, This Means War drifts in cold, empty space somewhere between the two orbits, where, as the famous tagline goes, no one can hear you scream.
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Behind the Camera || ||

McG Considered Clue-Style Alternate Endings for This Means War, Admits He 'Pussed Out' on Terminator 4

Tom Hardy and Chris Pine in This Means War

It’s the biggest, most important question of the season, people: Whom will Reese Witherspoon choose, between pillow-lipped Brit Tom Hardy and confident playboy Chris Pine, in the spy vs. spy love triangle rom-com This Means War? While you won’t get any spoilers here for the Valentine’s Day release, let Hardy and director McG tease you with the envelope-pushing alternate ending ideas that didn’t quite make it to the final cut. (And no -- McG didn't learn from Terminator: Salvation, which he admitted he “pussed out on.” Hindsight, my friends.)
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The 2-Minute Verdict || ||

This Means War Trailer: See Tom Hardy, Reese Witherspoon and Chris Pine in a Sexy Spy Love Triangle

What if Hollywood reformatted the plot of Mr. & Mrs. Smith from he-spy vs. she-spy to be he-spy vs. he-spy over the same she? Then you would have This Means War, the upcoming action comedy from McG which stars Tom Hardy (with his real accent!) and Chris Pine as two secret agents who go head-to-head after learning they are dating the same woman, played by Reese Witherspoon. Oh, and did I mention that This Means War also marks Chelsea Handler's live action blockbuster debut?

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