A bet’s a bet.
Two years after losing a high-stakes wager to Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hardy has finally come through on his end of the deal, according to Us Weekly.
While the two actors were working on wilderness survival thriller “The Revenant,” Hardy reportedly felt he would not get an Oscar nomination for his role in the 2015 film.
But DiCaprio disagreed, and the pair wagered that if Hardy was nominated, the actor would need to get a tattoo.
Bros with beards making bets.
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Hardy’s performance as the conniving John Fitzgerald was nominated for Best Supporting Actor at the 88th Academy Awards in 2016, which was one of 12 nominations “The Revenant” received, the highest tally of any other film that year.
Hardy lost to Mark Rylance, who won for “Bridge of Spies,” but the film did land itself three awards: Best Cinematography, Best Director and Best Actor for DiCaprio, his first Oscar win.
A photo shared on social media displays the permanent reminder of the two actors’ bet on Hardy’s right bicep.
Hardy’s upcoming projects include the “Spiderman” spin-off “Venom” as well as “Mad Max: The Wasteland,” which is the follow-up to 2015’s “Mad Max: Fury Road.”