“Cookie Monster learns a very important lesson about self-regulation from his new friend, actor Tom Hiddleston”
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The newest trailer for Thor: The Dark World has hit YouTube as a part of YouTube’s geek week. The second Thor film hit’s theaters this November. Check out the brand new trailer below:
A couple of new stills have surfaced and have been added to the gallery.
The first trailer for Thor: The Dark World has come online.
Tom has been nominated in the category of Best Villain at the 2013 MTV movie awards for his role as Loki in the Avengers. Don’t forget to vote as he’s up against some other great villains, it could be a close race to the finish for this one. Click the photo below to go cast your vote.
HQ scans of the recent Flaunt Magazine featuring Tom have surfaced thanks to steelmachines.
A few photos have surfaced from the recent Flaunt shoot that we previously saw behind the scenes shots from. They have been added to the gallery, check them out below.
Out of Darkness, a short film by Manjinder Virk recently released a poster featuring Tom. Little is known about the short film but may be followed on twitter via @HundresofSouls. Check out the Poster below.
Tom recently showed up at the Life of Pi premiere in London, December 3rd 2012. Photos have been added to the gallery.
The Thor star has stepped into his role for the 2013 Jameson Empire Done In 60 Seconds short film competition, in which would-be producers are challenged to condense their favourite movie into a simple 60-second clip.
Hiddleston is adamant Hollywood needs a regular induction of fresh talent and he is hoping the unique contest will unearth the stars of the future.
He tells WENN, “I think what I’ve seen is that it’s really important in our industry to keep the doors open for new aspiring young talent to join the ranks of the established. It’s very important for everyone to have a voice and film is like every art form, it’s about the authenticity of individual voices…
“It’s quite thrilling when you see first time work, whether its a 60-second type film that’s an homage or a pastiche or something more. It could be hilarious and funny and stupid or it could be weighty and deep or somehow ethereal. I just think there’s room for everybody and I’m excited by seeing it… if you’ve literally got one minute to put your stamp on something, in a way, the constraint of it sharpens your instinct.”