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Tom Hardy joins BBC sitcom ‘Sticky’
    2017-July-28  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

CURRENTLY flying high in the box-office smash “Dunkirk,” Tom Hardy has signed up for a new project that is a million miles away from a Christopher Nolan war epic.

In the animated sitcom “Sticky,” the actor will lend his voice to one of four best friends who attend a college in the fictitious London borough of Shatford. When the Internet suddenly disappears, the world is thrown into chaos. Can the friends cope offline? Who would kidnap the web, and why? How long do we really expect the planet to survive without Internet porn? Only the gang can solve these questions as they embark on a thrilling rescue mission to infiltrate the headquarters of the mysterious perpetrators of this heinous web-based crime.

The other friends will be voiced by Kayvan Novak, Charlotte Riley and Javone Prince and — according to the release — Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump will make “guest appearances.”

“Sticky,” set to appear on the digital channel BBC Three, is one of 12 new comedy pilots announced Wednesday by the U.K. broadcaster.(SD-Agencies)

 

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