HOLLYWOOD superstar Tom Hardy has been confirmed as the voice behind Spurs’ upcoming Amazon documentary.
The British actor, 42, will narrate the upcoming UK Amazon Original series ‘All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur’, which launches on August 31.
London-born Hardy, star of blockbuster movies including The Dark Knight Rises, Mad Max and The Revenant, will guide viewers through the series which takes sports fans behind the scenes at Spurs.
Three episodes will be available at the end of the month, with three new ones every Monday until September 14.
‘All Or Nothing’ will follow all of last season’s key events at Tottenham, including Mauricio Pochettino’s sacking and Jose Mourinho’s arrival.
And Hardy’s involvement could attract even more people to the series, which also delves into Spurs’ new 62,000-seater stadium and the coronavirus lockdown.
Other explosive moments from the campaign were caught on camera, including Son-Heung Min’s red card against Chelsea.
And even candid moments like Mourinho ordering his players to be a “bunch of c***s” have not been overlooked.
Spurs managed to secure a sixth-place finish and Europa League football on the final day of the season.
They have already made two signings in free agent Joe Hart and Southampton midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg.
And there could be more to come, with Arsenal’s Ainsley Maitland-Niles and fan favourite Gareth Bale both linked.
Mourinho has overseen some exits too, including club stalwart Jan Vertonghen and youngster Kyle Walker-Peters.
Serge Aurier could be next out of the door, with Harry Winks and Ryan Sessegnon’s futures also under the spotlight.
But the return of Ledley King as Mourinho’s new first-team assistant could be enough by itself to lift the spirits of fans and players alike next term.