admin / November 17th, 2018

It all started on Wednesday afternoon, when Tom Hiddleston tweeted a minute-long wordless video to his 3.5 million followers. In it, the star of The Night Manager, strolls into focus in the Leake Street Arches underneath Waterloo station. Bearded, hair pushed back like a sexy professor, wearing suit but no tie, he looked at the camera with undigested sadness. Then the word “Betrayal” filled the screen. More from The Telegraph:

Tom Hiddleston is to return to the London stage in a new production of Betrayal, considered one of Harold Pinter’s greatest plays.

Hiddleston was a hugely accomplished stage actor before making his name in Hollywood as Loki in the Marvel comic book films, and on television in the BBC’s The Night Manager.

On Thursday, 40 years after the first performances of the play at the National Theatre, the Jamie Lloyd Company announced Betrayal would run from March to June next year.

It will be the culmination of Lloyd’s successful Pinter at the Pinter season, which has seen all of the playwright’s one-act plays performed at the theatre which bears his name, marking the tenth anniversary of his death. Martin Freeman, Tamsin Greig, David Suchet, Jane Horrocks, Danny Dyer and Lee Evans are among the actors who have taken part.

Betrayal tells the story of two married couples and a seven-year extramarital affair and is inspired by Pinter’s affair with Joan Bakewell in the 1960s, while he was still married to Vivien Merchant and she to Michael Bakewell.

Hiddleston will play Robert, a role first played by Daniel Massey. Hiddleston said: “Betrayal is a masterpiece. Jamie Lloyd’s Pinter at the Pinter season is terrific and I am so pleased that he’s asked me to be part of it.

Pinter, awarded the Nobel prize for literature in 2005, is regarded as one of the finest, most influential and most provocative dramatists of his generation. The word Pinteresque – long pauses, hidden menace – even appears in the Oxford English Dictionary.

Hiddleston was last in the West End proper playing Coriolanus at the Donmar Warehouse in 2013 to 2014. Last September he was directed in Hamlet by Kenneth Branagh for three weeks only at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (Rada) 160-seat Jerwood Vanbrugh theatre. It raised money for Rada.

The Guardian’s critic Michael Billington, one of the few to see Hiddleston’s performance, praised the actor’s “ability to combine a sweet sadness with an incandescent fury. He suggests a fierce intellect gnawed by intense melancholy and yet subject to bouts of intemperate rage.

 



admin / November 11th, 2018

Collider – Loki’s not gone for good, folks. Word broke in September that Disney was making big plans for the good people at the Disney-owned Marvel Studios to be a part of Disney’s upcoming streaming service. Those plans were rumored to include a standalone Loki series with Tom Hiddleston reprising his role as the love-to-hate-him MCU character, and today Disney confirmed this is indeed the plan. Details are scant, but Disney said a live-action series centered around Loki, starring Tom Hiddleston, will debut on the streaming service—which now has a name: Disney+

When word first broke about these standalone series in September, the reports were that these shows were being envisioned as extensions of the existing MCU and could be limited or miniseries runs consisting of just a handful of episodes each, telling a complete story. That would gel with the busy schedules of actors like Hiddleston while also letting fans experience a movie-level MCU story in more of a longform format.

These Disney+ shows will differ from previous Marvel shows like Agents of S.H.I.E.LD. and Daredevilin one key regard: Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige will oversee the Disney+ Marvel shows, while the Netflix and ABC Marvel shows were overseen by Marvel TV’s Jeph Loeb. So don’t worry, we’re not in for another Inhumans-level disaster.

Other MCU actors rumored for their own standalone series include Elizabeth Olsen, who could get a limited Scarlet Witch run, and Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan who might be leading a Falcon/Winter Soldier series. The only show that has been confirmed is this Loki one for now, even though we still don’t know who’s writing, producing, or directing it.

That said, as Disney aims to launch Disney+ at the end of next year, they’re looking to bank as much content as possible that’ll be available when it launches. The live-action Star Wars show The Mandalorian is already filming, and today Disney announced that a Rogue One prequel series starring Diego Luna is also in the works. This is all in addition to an animated Monsters Inc. series and a live-action High School Musical series, as well as original feature films like the live-action Lady and the Tramp.

Buckle up, folks. #PeakTV ain’t seen nothin’ yet.



admin / March 9th, 2015

With just over a week until Red Nose Day, the celebrities are out in force promoting the designer T-shirts sold for Comic Relief at TK Maxx.

In the video, the celebrities urge the public to play their part in fundraising for the cause.

Allen says: “There are people here in the UK and in Africa who need your help. So please buy a T-shirt – they look pretty cool!”

O’Leary adds that TK Maxx has raised £13.4million for Comic Relief, and is hoping to boost that even more this year.

The video also shows Tom Hiddleston, David Gandy and Daisy Lowe modelling versions of shirts designed by Anya Hindmarch, Diane von Furstenberg, Matthew Williamson, Karl Lagerfeld and Henry Holland.

YOu can watch the video over at digitalspy.co.uk



admin / December 17th, 2014

Cheekbones: Check. English accent: check.

After years of wallowing in believed-unfilmable development hell, Neil Gaiman’s Sandman appears to be creeping closer to actually hitting screens in the hands of David S. Goyer, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and The Fades’ Jack Thorne. But just who should play the iconic central figure, Morpheus? According to Gaiman, Tom Hiddleston could be a good shout.

While the author – who is also a producer on the film – seriously considered Benedict “ubiquitous” Cumberbatch, the actor is a little busy conquering every genre role under the sun, including Marvel’s Doctor Strange. “It’s a funny thing with Morpheus, says Gaiman. “Again, it’s that thing where you look around and think, ‘Yes this person would be a fantastic person’, and then time passes. “There was a time Johnny Depp would’ve been a great Morpheus, but now he’s too old and it’s fine. I think the first time I saw Benedict was as Sherlock Holmes, I thought, ‘wow, that’s incredibly Morpheus’. And fans probably thought the same because they immediately started doing fan-art, meshing the two of them up.”

Still, there is someone who could handle the mantle while also melting the Internet should he even get near the project: “Then again, Tom Hiddleston is still out there! And the truth is, as far as I’m concerned, anybody who sounds English with great cheekbones can probably pull it off.”

Casting, for now at least, seems a little way off. But Gaiman seems happy to simply be more involved this time around. “My position on it has always been, for over 25 years now, I would rather see no Sandman movie than a bad Sandman movie. A couple of times, people say, ‘It’s a crime there’s never been a Sandman movie’, and a couple of times, to be honest, I have thrown my body in front of a bus on a couple of bad ones over the years. I’m just happy that no bad Sandman movie has ever been made. But I’m really hoping that a good one will be. They’re a good team. And with Joseph Gordon-Levitt in charge, his instincts are good and he loves the material. He wants it to be true to the material.”

According to Gaiman, he’s set to see a new draft of the script in the next week or so, which means we still have a wait to see if this latest attempt to bring Dream, Death and the rest to screens actually works out.

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admin / October 9th, 2014

Tom Hiddleston and Hugh Laurie are to appear together in new TV series The Night Manager.

Hiddleston, 33, and Laurie, 55, will lead the cast for the new TV adaptation of the novel by John Le Carre, according to The Hollywood reporter.

The new BBC show follows the story of Jonathan Pine, a British soldier who later becomes an auditor for a luxurious hotel.

Pine soon comes into contact with Sophie, a French-Arab woman linked to Richard Onslow Roper, who made his considerable fortune from weapons deals.

But when Sophie is killed, Pine goes undercover with intelligence operatives to avenge her death.



The new show marks the TV return of both Hiddleston – who is best known for appearing in the Thor movies – and Laurie.

Hiddleston’s last regular television role was in BBC Two’s The Hollow Crown in 2012, while Laurie left House in the same year.

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admin / September 21st, 2014

Tom Hiddleston has become a staple for Marvel with his portrayal of Loki that has made every other villain after him look so boring and mundane. The actor brings an intensity that is unmatched to the role and was feared in three movies within the universe, but could he be heading to his time as the God of Mischief?

Hiddleston recently nabbed the lead in the King Kong prequel Skull Island, which could turn into a universe of its own with Godzilla also doing well and the two movies possibly leading to a merger. With Hiddleston now leading his own franchise, it may mean the end for him as Loki for Marvel.

The rumored plot for Thor 3 is to follow the Ragnarok storyline, which includes the destruction of Asgard. As of now, Loki is posing as Odin on the throne in Asgard but that could change when Thor returns home after the events of Avengers 2.

In the comics, Loki falls during Ragnarok, an event he helped begin, and this could be the exit Hiddleston gets to putting the character to rest for awhile. While he “died,” during Thor 2, this could be the first major permanent death that Marvel does and would allow the villain to rest while its actor goes to do his own show.

If he doesn’t want to completely give up the role though, the death would allow for another fake-out that Marvel has done multiple times by now and maybe he could return in a shorter role in either another Thor movie or a cameo in a Guardians of the Galaxy sequel.

Thor 3 is rumored for a 2017 release date.

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admin / September 16th, 2014

Tom Hiddleston, who’s currently tuning up to croon as Hank Williams in I Saw the Light, will star in Legendary’s big-budget King-Kong spin-off (of sorts), titled Skull Island. Jordan Vogt-Roberts (The Kings of Summer) will direct a script written by Max Borenstein (Godzilla) that explores the mysterious island that was the home of Kong and other terrifying prehistoric creatures. “Previous works have touched on the island, but staying on and exploring this mysterious and dangerous place offers Legendary the opportunity to take audiences deeper inside this rich world with a style and scope that parallels other Legendary productions,” said the company, in a statement. “Universal Pictures will distribute the film on Nov. 4, 2016.”

At Comic-Con in July, Legendary’s Thomas Tull had announced plans for Skull Island, and Attack the Block‘s Joe Cornish was rumored to be the frontrunner to direct. A Skull Island movie, penned by Godzilla‘s scribe, could further speculation that Legendary is planning a Godzilla/Kong crossover at some point.

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