Tom Hardy, confirmed god-level actor and unashamed master of Myspace pics, just unleashed what is perhaps the most Hardy-esque creation since that time he defended those aforementioned Myspace pics by comparing his penis to a brightly colored bird. Drew McWeeny, HitFix film critic, wasn't thrilled with his seemingly atrocious experience at a recent press junket for The Revenant last week and promptly took to Twitter to inform everyone (including Hardy) exactly how he felt about things like "delicate fucking flowers" and other items of general holiday cheer:

Hardy then responded to McWeeny in an open letter posted to his website on Tuesday night, a letter so very Hardy that it's certainly worth reading in full:

Dear Drew,

Thankyou for your email offering to retract your misdirected anger. I apologise for any part of you having to wait for an interview and then not get one. The truth is we (as I was paired for all interviews that day) were unaware that ANYBODY was waiting. Or even went without a TV interview. Someone somewhere must have thought putting it on me was a lot easier than losing their journalist relations for the ongoing junkets and multiple movies that are pending. I wish I would have napped to be honest. 
One note to make is that per Fox, they said they “never actually told (you) that the interview was cancelled, simply that they were running behind schedule.” They also said that “Drew chose not to wait and left. Had he stayed, he would have gotten his interview as planned.” 
Fuck.. Plot thickens … Who knows what to trust my friend, but I do know the cancellation was definitely not made by myself. 
Resisting the urge to dare you to say what you “rant tweeted” so publicly, to my face next time we meet, which I doubt you have the balls to do; I want to apologise regardless on behalf of those that misled the both of us. That isn’t cool. At all. Neither were your tweets. But that’s by the by. 

I appreciate your apology of sorts in your emails to and fro which I am happy to openly post. Also as I hope you understand now and which you’ve made very clear in our emails back and forth, your legitimate frustration lies with those who organised the junket; who fed you and I misinformation; not me. 

Again apologies for the clusterfk. And it’s knock on effect to your personal life. I appreciate it is a busy time of year for you and your time shouldn’t have been wasted. I never had any intention of causing you any inconveniences at all. 

Best regards and thanks for calling me an asshole a lot 
Tommy xxx

McWeeny, however, begs to differ:

Plot twist indeed. All potential mini-beef aside, McWeeny still named the near-perfect Mad Max: Fury Road his second favorite film of the year. Excellent choice.​