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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 October 19th, 2015

New York Times TimesTalks Presents “Crimson Peak”

Images of Tom talking about Crimson Peak with the New York Times have been added to the image gallery.

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Posted by Hunter on October 19th, 2015

“Crimson Peak” New York Premiere

Here are photos of Tom at the New York premiere of Crimson Peak.

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Posted by Hunter on October 8th, 2015

I Saw The Light Stills

I added some new stills from “I Saw The Light




Posted by Hunter on October 8th, 2015

Tom Hiddleston: One Cool Cat

Tom Hiddleston is featured on the latest issue of Shortlist with a great article and new photoshoot!


Handsome, talented and a master of animals; is there no chink in Tom Hiddleston’s armour? Andrew Dickens has a good, hard look

Tom Hiddleston is about to leave the riverside flat where we’ve just photographed him with a cat on his shoulder. He picks up the guitar that’s been lying on the living room floor all day. I hadn’t realised it was his, so, considering he appears as Hank Williams in the forthcoming biopic I Saw The Light, I ask a prize-winning dumb question: do you play?

I mean to say, “Do you play in the film?” The polite way of asking, “Were you dubbed over by a more proficient country and western musician?” Hiddleston understands this and asks if we’d like to hear something: his own daft question. He whips out his Gibson (no euphemism) and delivers, to these ears, an emphatic Hank (again, no euphemism). It’s one way of answering a question, though – thankfully for the purposes of this interview, the rest of his responses are delivered more traditionally. Well, sort of, but we’ll come to that later.

This impromptu performance also proves that Hiddleston doesn’t do things by halves. He played the guitar before making I Saw The Light, but he wasn’t an alcoholic, womanising country legend. Work was required. The kind of work you’d pay to do.

“I’ve felt a huge responsibility to not screw it up,” the 34-year-old says. “I perhaps didn’t fully appreciate how iconic he is in the US until I arrived in Nashville. I went there six weeks before we were due to start shooting,” he says.

“I stayed with a musician called Rodney Crowell for five weeks and we sang and played every day, and he was amazing. Being in Nashville, being in the whole atmosphere of country blues music, the history – he loosened me up.

“There was one long night in the studio; we had to record some of the tracks ahead of time. Everyone was in a really good place and we didn’t want to stop and come back the next day, so Rodney got out a bottle of whiskey and said, ‘Here ya go, boys!’ and we kept singing and playing all night. That’s when I realised how privileged I am to do this job.”

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Posted by Hunter on October 6th, 2015

Tom Hiddleston named first BFI Ambassador

Tom Hiddleston has been named the first official ambassador for the BFI.

His new role will see him championing the British film industry at home and abroad, helping to build the next generation of homegrown talent.

Alongside his work in Hollywood blockbusters like Thor, The Avengers and War House, Hiddleston has also made time to champion British filmmakers, starring in films including Archipelago, The Deep Blue Sea and the upcoming High Rise, which is premiering at the BFI London Film Festival.

“Film is an art form – one of the most powerful, accessible, democratic and transformative in our society,” said Hiddleston. “It allows us to see the world around us, and the lives of others. It plays a vital role in establishing our national identity and gives us confidence as a nation. The BFI looks after the most significant collection of film and television in the world. It should be treasured and protected, in the same way we treasure and protect all our great cultural collections, from art and music, to libraries and museums. The BFI’s mission is to ensure that our film culture is kept alive, and to inspire the next generation of film talent. It’s the reason the BFI exists and why I am committed to being a BFI Ambassador.”

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Posted by Hunter on October 5th, 2015

Crimson Peak Photocall in Barcelona

The Crimson Peak Promotion tour continues in Barcelona, here are pictures from the Photocall:



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Posted by Hunter on October 5th, 2015

Crimson Peak Berlin Photocall

Here are some photos of Tom Hiddleston at the Berlin Photocall for Crimson Peak:



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Current Projects
Earth at Night in Color (2020)

Tom as Narrator

Next-generation cameras reveal the nocturnal lives of animals across six continents, from the Arctic Circle to the African grasslands. Narrated by Tom Hiddleston. The moonlit dramas of animals at night, revealing new insights and never before seen behaviors.
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 (2022)

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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