admin / November 29th, 2013

There is something about the stage that brings out the best in people. Performers who have achieved global fame on the big screen are humbled before an audience consisting of their old mates. In the climax of this year’s 59th Evening Standard Theatre Awards, Dame Maggie Smith faltered in the spotlight, her eyes glistening with tears, a lump in her throat, as she said that her heart actually ached for the theatre and she wanted more than anything to return to it. ‘But there is no Mrs Lear!’ she cried, as directors and playwrights across the room conferred in a collective aim to find a role for Maggie.

Earlier in the evening, Clarke Peters’ soft and slow rendition of ‘There’s No Business like Show Business’ was spine-tingling. Dame Edna Everage was at the top of her game, sympathising with the Comedy Award winner David Walliams over parents who could not even spell his surname correctly. The host for the evening, Damian Lewis (below), came on stage with a copy of Friday’s Evening Standard and a superbly reworked version of ‘Leaning on a Lamp-post’. He stage-managed the astonishing roll call of talent and national institutions — Boris Johnson, Barbara Windsor, Sir David Attenborough, Helen Mirren, Adrian Lester and Rory Kinnear — with wit and warmth. The lure of theatre never felt stronger.



TOM HIDDLESTON

Do you have any particular method for learning Shakespearean lines?

I’m the man who looks like a lunatic walking around the parks of London talking to himself. I have to be on the move, I can’t learn them sitting at a desk. I march myself around outside,drilling the lines into my brain. There’s no secret: it’s repetition, repetition, repetition, like practising your forehand in tennis.

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admin / November 6th, 2013

The British actor, who again plays Loki in the sequel ‘The Dark World,’ has found fans around the world — and at home.


The past few weeks, Tom Hiddleston has gone from Times Square in Seoul to Times Square in New York City, with people showering the star of Thor: The Dark World with gifts, chocolates, artwork and, yes, requests for dance moves.

He has a knack for playing a popular god of mischief on the big screen, but he’s not too bad at doing the Running Man dance, either.

“I never expected that Loki would be the opportunity I got to show off whatever small talents I have at organized flailing, but it’s been that moment,” Hiddleston, 32, says with a laugh. “Loki’s dancing his way around the world.”

After giving Chris Hemsworth’s hammer-wielding title hero trouble in two Thor movies — including the Dark World sequel, out Friday — and chewing up scenery while invading Manhattan in last year’s The Avengers, Hiddleston has cemented his place as a rising star in Hollywood.

He continues his hot streak with appearances in Jim Jarmusch’s 2014 vampire romance Only Lovers Left Alive; Guillermo del Toro’s creepy Crimson Peak for 2015; and next year’s Muppets Most Wanted, in which he plays the Great Escapo.

“I worked with the man himself, Kermit the Frog. I’ve peaked — it’s downhill from here,” Hiddleston says.
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The London-born, Shakespeare-trained actor originally auditioned to play the beefy Thor for the first movie, but instead, he impressed the Marvel Studios brain trust enough for them to cast him as Loki.

Part of his success is feeling very at home with a strong sense of theatricality, says The Dark World director Alan Taylor. “He can seem vulnerable and make you reach out to him, and then he can seem cold as ice.”

For the record, Hiddleston’s best role — at least according to his mother — was the goodhearted British cavalry officer Capt. Nicholls in 2011’s War Horse. He’s pretty much the opposite of Loki, the actor says, and when Hiddleston’s mom saw the movie with him, “she looked across and said, ‘That’s my boy.’ ”

His family really likes Loki, too, Hiddleston says, and they see in the trickster character his inherent playfulness.

“When Loki’s having a good time, my sisters recognize me being mischievous when I was a kid, and they find that very amusing,” he says. At the London premiere of The Dark World, “Mom rolled her eyes at my exhibitionism mostly, which I find really endearing.”

They’ve also enjoyed watching him gallivant around the globe as a showman with gusto and live large by showcasing some modern soft shoe at a crowded mall before 7,000 screaming South Koreans.

“They know that I’m like this,” Hiddleston says of his loved ones. “It was perhaps only a matter of time before I cracked open the box of dance moves from the ’90s disco attic.”
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admin / March 7th, 2013

I apologize for the delay, but I’ve finally found the time to update our photo gallery with Tom’s latest photoshoot for Flaunt Magazine. The photos are beautiful, make sure you check them out by clicking on the thumbnails or on the link below them.

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