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arrives for the Premiere Of 20th Century Fox And Regency Enterprises' "The Revenant"  held at TCL Chinese Theatre on December 16, 2015 in Hollywood, California.
Tom Hardy arrives for the premiere of "The Revenant" held at TCL Chinese Theatre on December 16, 2015 in Hollywood, California. Albert L. Ortega—Getty Images

Tom Hardy Almost Snuck a Rap Lyric Into The Revenant

Jan 13, 2016

The Revenant won big at the Golden Globes this past weekend—even without the rap lyric that Tom Hardy wanted so desperately to sneak into the film.

In a recent interview alongside co-star Leonardo DiCaprio, the actor said that during the film's intense burial scene, he made a reference to a Bobby Shmurda song. Unfortunately, that never made it into the final version of the movie.

"I said, 'Shut your trap house,' which never made the cut," Hardy reminisces. Then he and DiCaprio share a chuckle and pause briefly to contemplate the burdens of being handsome.

The conversation happens around the 2:45 mark:

As Vulture points out, that's not even how the line goes. It's actually "get up out my trap house." Either way, we're sure Shmurda, who is currently in jail, would appreciate the love.

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