Josh Trank is taking a significant step back into the Hollywood movie scene after he fell from grace with the failed box office release of Marvel's Fantastic Four with the release of true crime biopic "Capone" featuring Tom Hardy.
In Capone, initially titled "Fonzo," Tom Hardy plays an older Al Capone after his release from a United States Penitentiary located in Atlanta, GA, after serving a decade, where the notorious gangster started to develop a serve case of dementia.
The official trailer shines a light on the conspiracy that Al Capone was faking his dementia illness at the time of his departure from prison to hide or keep hidden upwards of $10 million in cash from authorities.
In the first clips of the official Capone trailer, an FBI agent suspects Capone is faking his illness, setting the tone for the what if's in this biopic.
"Do you know what the difference is between Adolf Hitler and Al Capone?" the agent asks Capone's lawyer. "Hitler's dead and Capone lives like a king in Florida."
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, you will still be able to catch Tom Hardy as the infamous Al Capone as Capone will be released via VOD on May 12, with an on-demand 48-hour rental option.
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