If you've got it, flaunt it was apparently Tom Hardy's motto over the weekend (not that we're complaining).
The 37-year-old Dark Knight Rises stud stepped out on Saturday in West Hollywood, Calif., where he was clearly unafraid to show off his impressive, and insanely beefed up physique, as he exited clothing retailer Fred Segal shirtless while carrying—what else—two shirts in hand.
Hardy—whose new crime drama The Drop, the late James Gandolfini's final movie, hit theaters in the U.S. last month—attempted to go incognito (with the exception of his famous six-pack!), sporting a baseball cap, black shades, jeans and a scruffy beard.
The photos of the actor have surfaced in the wake of reports claiming the handsome thesp secretly tied the knot with longtime love Charlotte Riley. However, if the rumors are true, there's one thing missing from the shirtless shots: the Warrior star's wedding ring!
It was reported last month that Hardy and Riley said I-do in a top secret ceremony in the South of France on July 4. Three months prior, the Mad Max: Fury Road star referred to the English actress as "his wife" in an interview with Us Weekly, prompting the wedding speculation to skyrocket into full swing.
Meanwhile, Hardy has been busy filming his upcoming flick Legend in London, in which he plays not just one, but two roles as he takes on the part of real-life twin gangsters, Ronald and Reginald Kray.
He also made headlines last month when he revealed to USA Today why he would never film another romantic comedy following the making of the flick This Means War, in which he co-starred with Reese Witherspoon and Chris Pine.
"I love to do things I hadn't done before," he explained. "I didn't understand how you could do something which is so fun and be so miserable doing it."
He also said that he felt like an "other" on the set of the major studio movie and blamed himself for feeling so left out.
"I probably won't do a romantic comedy again, do you know what I mean?"
No problem, Hardy, as long as you're still a fan of shirtless scenes.