6 Best Ben Hardy Movies and TV Shows you can Watch Right Now

by | Aug 19, 2021 | Movies | 0 comments

Ben Hardy is not just an actor, Ben Hardy has many skills and perfection in his acting. Ben Hardy’s performance is so impressive that he makes the audience a fan of Ben hardy. His movies are also popular among all ages because they have a wide range of genres to choose from. Ben Hardy tv shows are perfect for those who like comedy or supernatural drama series. If you want to find out more about the best Ben hardy movies and tv shows then keep reading this article!

What Movies are In It For You?

 Here is The list of Top 6 Movies and TV Shows of Ben Hardy

6 Underground

Ben Hardy movies -  6 Underground

“In a future America, the Constitution has been thrown out and replaced with harsh laws that punish dissenters. And when one of these so-called “patriots” is murdered at his own home by an intruder, it’s up to our hero – Jake Gyllenhaal’s character – to find the killer.”

Ben Hardy plays in this movie as a rebel from town who stops what they are doing to join the underground. He had many scenes where he was fighting against lawmen or people who were trying to kill him because of being hardy. This movie got popular mostly due to Ben Hardy’s work on it which made the audience fan of Ben Hardy even more than before.

Pixie (2020)

Pixie (2020) movie poster

We are going to start with Ben Hardy’s most recent film which is Pixie. The movie has already aired on Netflix and it will be a great addition to the ben hardy movies list because it was absolutely fantastic.

It revolves around ben hardy playing Leo who lost his father when he was six years old, after that incident, he never opened up about himself until now when he starts an affair with Victoria (pixie lee) in order to help her escape out of town while also trying to keep their relationship concealed from all people they know; actually, ben hardy did such an amazing job at portraying this character as if ben hardy really had gone through something like this before – which made the audience feel deeply for him throughout the movie.

Mary Shelley (2017)

Mary Shelley (2017) movie poster

Ben Hardy plays the role of Lord Byron in this film. It is a biographical drama that tells about the life of Mary Shelley, the author of Frankenstein. The main topic discusses how she wrote her famous book while she was just 19 years old with help from other writers like Percy Bysshe Shelley (played by Douglas Booth).

The film focuses on their relationship as well as his marriage to Harriet Westbrook who committed suicide after giving birth because he had an affair with Mary. This story talks not only about love but also betrayal which will make you cry and laugh at different parts of the film. This is one of Ben Hardy’s best movies so far.

X-Men: Apocalypse

X-Men: Apocalypse movie poster

Ben is a mutant who can create an electric field around his body for protection and release powerful blasts. He joins the X Men team led by Professor Xavier in order to save mankind from destruction at their hands. The film also stars Jennifer Lawrence, James McAvoy, Nicholas Hoult, Michael Fassbender, Rose Byrne and others.

The story begins when Raven (Jennifer Lawrence) awakens after centuries of slumber with her powers unleashed causing colossal damage on Earth and its inhabitants; Beast (Nicholas Hoult), Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence), Quicksilver (Evan Peters) join forces to take down this destructive force which has been awakened accidentally due to some time continuum distortion caused by Beast.

“The film is set in the future against a backdrop of global warming, complete with flooded cities and scorched earth.”

The Women in White (2018)

The Women in White (2018) movie poster

The Women in White, written and directed by Ben Hardy for the BBC was released on May 12th (2018).

The film is an adaptation from Wilkie Collins’ 1859 novel which follows Walter Hartright (Ben Hardy) who meets a woman dressed all in white at night near London Bridge. He comes to learn that she is Anne Catherick, inflicted with some kind of mental illness that led her to run away from home as well as abandon her family responsibilities.

They go their separate ways after he promises to take care of her if they ever meet again but soon enough while travelling through Yorkshire later on his way back down south where he had been working before then meeting Anne, Hartwright encounters someone else wearing the same dress and a peculiar looking stone in her ring.

Bohemian Rhapsody (2018)

The Women in White (2018) movie poster

Bohemian Rhapsody is a 2018 British-American biographical drama film about the rock band Queen and lead singer Freddie Mercury, who died of AIDS in 1991.

The movie stars Rami Malek as Mercury with Lucy Boynton, Gwilym Lee, Ben Hardy, Joseph Mazzello, Aidan Gillen, Tom Hollander, Allen Leech and Mike Myers in supporting roles. The story follows the early years of the band up to their famous performance at Live Aid in 1985.

It also focuses on his private life away from the spotlight including his relationship with Mary Austin – played by Lucy Boynton – which was very close for more than half of his life until he passed away aged 45 from an AIDS-related illness.

The film also had a cameo appearance by Queen members Brian May and Roger Taylor who played themselves, when their band received an honorary award from the Brit Awards in 1977.

Bohemian Rhapsody was produced alongside Queen’s former lead guitarist, Brian May, as well as Jim Beach, Denis O’Sullivan and Arnon Milchan. It is 20th Century Fox’s big-budget biopic of Mercury – with $52 million spent on its production – which has been released to positive feedback from both fans and critics alike since it hit cinemas in 2018. A sequel for Bohemian Rhapsody based around his life after Live Aid will be released later this year (2020)

Conclusion

Thanks for reading! If you know of any other movies or TV shows that Ben Hardy has been in, please mention them below. We’ll be updating this list as we find new information about his career and upcoming projects.

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