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Hello and welcome to Tom Hiddleston Fan! We are a fansite dedicated to Golden Globe award winning English actor, Tom Hiddleston. You may know Tom from his work as Loki in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and for the critically acclaimed, limited series, The Night Manager. Here at Tom Hiddleston Fan we strive to connect with Tom fans all over the world by delivering comprehensive content on all things Tom Hiddleston! We want to thank you for visiting and hope you come and give us a visit back soon.


Posted by Hunter on September 29th, 2015

Additional Toronto International Film Festival Images

I have added some missing images from the events that Tom attended in Toronto including the High Rise premiere and photocall.

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Posted by Hunter on September 29th, 2015

Tom Hiddleston Talks with Collider at TIFF



Posted by Hunter on September 29th, 2015

Tom Hiddleston Sounds Unsure Of Loki’s Future In The Marvel Cinematic Universe

Why does Tom Hiddleston keep saying “if” when discussing his possible return as Loki in the Marvel Cinematic Universe? He has done it a few times in recent interviews, most recently with MTV, who probed the actor about his approach to the villain in Marvel films past and present.

And again, Hiddleston kept it vague, mysterious and surprisingly non-committal. “If it ever happened again…” he begins a sentence in the interview with MTV News, before explaining how he’d try and change his interpretation of the wicked Asgardian. But Hiddleston sounds perplexed about how much Loki Marvel fans want in their Phase 3 movies, stating to the news outlet:

I never quite know whether people want to see him again or whether people want to move on… I can’t really take the temperature on it.

Guess what, Tom? People love Loki. They love him more than they love certain Avengers. (Yep, I’m looking at you, Hawkeye.) So far, Tom Hiddleston has helped turn Loki into the MCU’s most memorable villain, even though – admittedly – the competition hasn’t been that tough. Josh Brolin’s Thanos could change that. Please God, we hope that Brolin’s Thanos does change that. Because after years of teasing, and with a planned two-part battle coming up against him, Thanos has a lot on which he needs to deliver.

Back to Loki, and the confusion around Tom Hiddleston’s unwillingness to say, on the record, that he will return to the villainous role he made famous in two Thor movies and the first Avengers film. As far as we know, Loki is crucial to the plot of the next Thor sequel, Thor: Ragnarok. It is by Loki’s hand that Ragnarok, an apocalypse brought down on Asgard, begins. It’s possible that Marvel has different plans for its cinematic universe, and maybe they’ll have a different reason for the start of the cataclysmic war that we are expecting in Thor: Ragnarok. But when we left Loki at the end of The: The Dark World, he had tricked his brother (Chris Hemsworth) and had assumed the throne of Asgard. That’s a strange place to just leave a pivotal character like Loki, so I’d be willing to bet the farm that he will be back… and so will Hiddleston.

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Posted by Hunter on September 26th, 2015

Magazines Scans: Total Film, Empire & The Hollywood Reporter

I’ve added magazines scans from the november issues of Total Film & Empire, and October 22nd of The Hollywood Reporter.


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Posted by Hunter on September 17th, 2015

SFX November Scans

Crimson Peak is featured on November issue of SFX Magazine, and you can find digital scans added in our gallery:



Posted by Hunter on September 15th, 2015

Tom Hiddleston Reveals His Role In King Kong: Skull Island

As mysterious as the infamous island itself, details on Kong: Skull Island remain elusive. We know that Tom Hiddleston was the first actor to sign on for a lead role in the film from director Jordan-Vogt Roberts, and the film — much as the title suggests — will traverse the fantastical landscape that is King Kong’s island home. Now, Hiddleston has come out to reveal the first details on who he’s playing the film.

While out promoting I Saw the Light, the Hank Williams’ biopic, at the Toronto International Film Festival, the actor spoke with Collider. During the interview, he addressed Skull Island, saying,

I’ve been digging around in some dark material, to be honest. There’s something very heroic about my character in Skull Island. He’s an adventurer, he’s an explorer. I mean, it’s a King Kong film. There we go.

The latest feature film on this material was Peter Jackon’s King Kong, which itself was a remake of the black-and-white film from 1933. In it, Jack Black portrayed a filmmaker looking for an exotic location to stage his next picture, only to stumble upon a monstrous discovery. Though we already know this movie will be a prequel of sorts to the original tale, Hiddleston’s details further confirm that Roberts is cooking up a new take.

The actor went into even more detail on that aspect, saying that there’s “a particular context” for the story that hasn’t been seen on screen before. Whether that means we will be seeing our gorilla overlord in this film is up for debate, but Hiddleston further teased that Roberts has “brilliant ideas” about exploring Kong as an “emblem of the power of nature.”

Does that sound familiar? How about Gareth Edwards’ Godzilla, in which the characters describe the beast as mother nature’s way of setting everything straight? It was recently revealed that Legendary is partnering up with Warner Bros. on Kong: Skull Island with the hopes of teaming up/pitting against its beast with the monster of legend. Might there be even more ties to a potential standoff than we originally realized, given this early development?

Tom Hiddleston is joined in Skull Island by Brie Larson (Room, Short Term 12). Hiddleston also confirmed Corey Hawkins and Jason Mitchell for the film; the former played a young Dr. Dre and the latter played a young Eazy-E in Straight Outta Compton. Hiddleston called them all “amazing actors” and reiterated his excitement to working with them on this new venture. Elsewhere, Toby Kebbell of Fantastic Four and Russell Crowe of Man of Steel are reportedly joining, as well. J.K. Simmons, who was originally attached to the film but (along with Michael Keaton) dropped out, said that the story takes place in 1971 around the Detroit area. Will it still?

Kong: Skull Island will hit theaters on March 10, 2017.

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Posted by Hunter on September 13th, 2015

TIFF 2015: Entertainment Weekly Must List Party & Sony Pictures Celebration Dinner

Tom Hiddleston attended 2 parties tonight at the Toronto International Film Festival: Entertainment Weekly Must List Party & Sony Pictures Celebration Dinner, here are photos:



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Current Projects

Loki (2021)

Tom as Loki

Takes place after Avengers: Endgame, which saw Loki steal the Tesseract during the 2012 events of The Avengers (2012), which created an alternate timeline from the main MCU films. In the series, Loki uses the Tesseract to travel through time and alter human history.

White Stork (???)

Tom as James Cooper

Netflix drama series revolving around aspiring politician, James Cooper who tries to keep his dark past a secret before he runs for a seat in Parliament.

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