Actor Tom Hardy says he was slightly confused while filming his new movie, a remake of the 1990 gangster movie "Goodfellas", directed by John Travolta, who also co-stars, as he did not recall any naked shower scene or stolen kiss between Henry Hill, the character he plays and Jimmy Conway, played by Travolta.
"I recall watching the original and there just seemed to be a few differences, ever so slight differences but confusing nonetheless" said Hardy.
"For instance, when Henry and Jimmy go camping, alone, in the woods, now that kind of didn't fit the plot, but I saw what John was trying to do, give the characters some humanity but I didn't realize that Henry and Jimmy shared a kiss, a long kiss and then mutually massaged each other. We spent 20 days just shooting that scene, John wanted it spot on."
Hardy also did not recall, from the original, that Hill and Conway shared a prison cell and were forced by guards to shower together.
"Yeah, I kind of thought that didn't happen in the original" said Hardy, scratching his head.
Travolta though is adamant that he stuck to the original script. "It is all in there, the beating of Billy Batts, the execution of Tommy, the tight spandex outfits the guys all wore, it is exactly the same."
Travolta's next movie, again in which he will star and direct, is a remake of Rambo, where the Rambo character, true to the original, is forced to dance in tight fitting shorts in a Vietnamese gay bar during his rescue mission to liberate several male gymnasts, captured in 1992.