Tom Hardy had something to celebrate over the weekend.
On Sunday, the actor won Best Actor at the British Independent Film Awards for his role as twins Ronnie and Reggie Kray in the film Legend. He was up against Tom Courteney, Colin Farrell, Michael Fassbender and Tom Hiddleston, but managed to snag that prize.
Posted on Channel 24, it was revealed that Hardy didn't show up to the event as he was screening for another film. So his co-star Domhnall Gleeson accepted the award on his behalf.
"Tom has decided to make a fool of me again," Gleeson told the audience during his speech. "I have nothing to do with this film."
The rest of the winners go as follows:
Best British Independent Film- Ex Machina
Best Director- Alex Garland Ex Machina
Best Actress- Saoirse Rona Brooklyn
Best Supporting Actress- Olivia Coleman The Lobster
Best Supporting Actor- Brendan Gleeson Suffragette
Best Screenplay- Alex Garland Ex Machina
Best Documentary- Dark Horse: The Incredible True Story of Dream Alliance
Best International Independent Film- Room
Douglas Hickox Award- Stephen Fingleton The Survivalist
Producer of the Year- Paul Katis and Andrew De Lotbiniere, Kajaki: The True Story
Discovery Award- Orion: The Man Who Would Be King
Outstanding Achievement in Craft- Andrew Whitehurst for VFX, Ex Machina
Best Short Film- Edmond
Most Promising Newcomer- Abigail Hardingham Nina Forever
Hardy will next be seen in The Reverant, which hits theaters on January 8, 2016.