Tom was spotted on the set of the film “Crimson Peak” earlier today in Toronto, Canada. The images have been added to our gallery, check them out:
Our gallery has been updated with HD screen captures of “The Avengers”. I hope you like them!
Our gallery has been updated with the first images of Tom on the set of his upcoming film “Crimson Peak”.
Tom is currently at the Laurence Olivier Awards in London, England. Our gallery has been updated with the first batch of high quality images of him, and we’ll add more as they come out. Make sure you’re following us on Twitter @TomH_Online for updates, and thanks to the lovely Claudia for helping us with some of the images!
The latest issue of the american magazine Entertainment Weekly features Tom and “Only Lovers Left Alive”. Thanks to my friend Claudia, our gallery has been updated with high quality scans from it. I hope you like them!
The website Metro has just posted an interview in which Tom talks about playing a moody vampire in “Only Lovers Left Alive”, read it below:
With “Only Lovers Left Alive,” British actor Tom Hiddleston teams up with Tilda Swinton and director Jim Jarmusch to wrestle the vampire genre back from the “Twilight” crowd, with Hiddleston and Swinton starring as two moody, music-obsessed bloodsuckers who can’t live without each other.
Was there any hesitation about stepping into the vampire world?
Absolutely none. It was amazing. I met Jim Jarmusch in November 2011, and I’d just finished shooting “Avengers,” and I was in New York for “War Horse,” which was just opening, and I was about to shoot the Shakespeare plays for PBS. So there was superheroes and soldiers and Shakespeare, and met Jim and he said, “I’m going to make a film about love, and it’s about two very delicate, sophisticated creatures who love music and poetry and nature. He’s a kind of rock star musician who’s also a kind of scientist and physicist, and she’s a poet. Oh and by the way, they’re vampires.” [Laughs] The vampire theme was really a framing for Jim to attempt a narrative about this theme of love, acceptance, time, creativity and mortality.
The Village Voice Movies has just published a new interview in which Tom talks about Only Lovers Left Alive and his desire to play mortal characters someday. Read it below:
Tom Hiddleston can pull off extreme looks. In The Avengers, he strutted around in Loki’s two-foot horned helmet. For Midnight in Paris, he finessed F. Scott Fitzgerald’s prim finger waves. And in his latest, Jim Jarmusch’s vampire romance Only Lovers Left Alive, Hiddleston lounges bare-chested in velvet-cuffed robes. The only style he can’t swing — at least, as far as casting directors seem to think — is modern, everyday mortal.
Consider his last 12 months. As if out to prove his range, the 33-year-old British actor played a god in a Marvel blockbuster (Thor: The Dark World), took Only Lovers to Cannes, clocked three months performing Coriolanus in a 250-seat London theater that was once a banana-ripening house, and, three days after the closing curtain, bounced to Toronto, where he’s shooting the Victorian ghost story Crimson Peak with Guillermo del Toro. (“He’s like a great Mexican bear,” he laughs. “I hug him every day, repeatedly.”) Even with all that, there’s a huge swath of things he has yet to do: contemporary thrillers, clever dramedies, romantic comedies, and anything, well, normal.
“It’s crazy, because I was born in 1981 and I’m alive and well in 2014 — it’s not that I’m conscientiously not doing contemporary stuff,” insists Hiddleston. “I think it’s really difficult to make a good romantic comedy. I’d love to play them; they just don’t tend to come my way at the moment. I’m taking it as a compliment one way or another, but it’s very much an ambition of mine to wear jeans.”
In this new interview about “The Pirate Fairy”, Tom talks about his character, Captain Hook, the song “The Frigate That Flies”, why he wanted to be a part of the film and its message. Watch it below:
Find out why Tom Hiddleston believes that Brits play the best villains in the latest Jaguar USA commercial.