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I added over 600 HQs screen captures of Tom from Thor: The Dark World. More screen captures from features on the BR/DVD combo pack will be added to the gallery soon! In the meantime, please check out the screen captures if you habe’t yet!
Congrats to Tom who has won Elle’s Man of the Year!
Tom Hiddleston has won ELLE Man Of The Year at the ELLE Style Awards 2014.
He couldn’t be with us tonight, so he sent us – and you – this message instead. No, we didn’t smack him around the head to make him do it (but there’s a good story behind that plaster!) And yes, shooting this VT was the most fun we’ve had at midnight in a hotel room in, well, forever.
It’s been a massive year for Tom, who reprised his role as the wicked Loki in blockbuster, Thor: The Dark World and recently starred in critically acclaimed Only Lovers Left Alive, as well as winning rave reviews for his portrayal of Coriolanus at London’s Donmar Warehouse.
We’ve been there every step of the way, with Tom playing a huge role in ELLE over the past 12 months – he interviewed our November 2013 cover star Natalie Portman and, in the March 2014 issue, we turned the camera on to Tom with an exclusive photo shoot, interview, film and special digital cover.
Tom was presented the award by actor Richard E. Grant, who recently made a brilliant cameo in Girls as well as launching his own fragrance with Liberty London.
A pretty compelling argument for making Tom our Man of the Year. And from the reaction we’ve seen on elleuk.com, Twitter and Facebook, you agree.
This week’s Star in a Reasonably Priced Car on Top Gear is pretty starry… In fact, we haven’t been so excited since THIS happened… That’s because Tom Hiddleston is going behind the wheel this Sunday to test his skills on the Top Gear track. And he looks like he’s having a jolly good time, too. Check out that competitive glint in his eyes… The sky’s looking pretty grey – let’s hope the heavens didn’t empty on poor Tom’s head. But how will he fare on the leaderboard? Will he dance his way around the track and beat his friend, the Batch? Can he pip Brian Johnson to the top of the leaderboard or will he finish in a lowly last place behind Mike Rutherford? You’re going to have to wait until Sunday at 8pm on BBC2 to find out. Excited? Us? Yes!
We’ve been keeping close tabs on Ben Wheatley’s upcoming adaptation of J.G. Ballard’s HIGH-RISE with our latest report on it coming just yesterday when we shared Wheatley’s plans to keep the darker tone of the novel in his film version. Today we’ve learned that the KILL LIST and SIGHTSEERS director has found his lead for HIGH-RISE as Screen Daily is reporting that THOR star Tom Hiddleston has joined the cast in the lead role of Robert Laing.
High-Rise centers on a new residential tower built on the eve of Thatcher’s England, at the site of what will soon become the world’s financial hub. Designed as a luxurious solution to the problems of the city, it is a world apart.
Hiddleston will play Robert Laing, a young doctor seduced by the high-rise and its creator, the visionary architect Anthony Royal. Laing discovers a world of complex loyalties, and also strikes up a relationship with Royal’s devoted aide Charlotte.
But rot has set in beneath the flawless surface. Sensing discord amongst the tenants, Laing meets Wilder, a charismatic provocateur bent on inciting the situation. Wilder initiates Laing into the hidden life of the high-rise and Laing is shocked at what he sees.
As the residents break into tribal factions, Laing finds himself in the middle of mounting violence. Violence that he also finds emerging in himself.
I don’t know about you, but I’m pretty stoked about this casting news! Hiddleston is a rather charismatic actor who should be able to deliver an incredible performance under Wheatley’s direction.
Wheatley himself says of Hiddleston’s involvement:
“I am very excited to be working with Tom Hiddleston on this project. He is the perfect Laing to me. He brings an intelligence, vulnerability and humour to his roles, be they art-house or blockbuster that will make Laing come alive. It’s also a great privilege to be working with Ballard’s seminal book.”
Your Tuesday just got a whole lot better, or at least a whole lot more shirtless Tom Hiddleston. Which, in my book, yeah, better.
Hiddleston, who has won hearts (and MTV News’ Real Sexiest Man Alive award) with his portrayal of the villainous Loki in “Thor,” “Marvel’s The Avengers” and most recently “Thor: The Dark World” actually first auditioned for the hero role in those films.
As he told MTV way back in 2011, the contract he signed before his final audition said that he could be cast as either Loki or Thor.
“Hmm, even though my wig is blonde, I’m not sure it’s going to end up that way,” Hiddleston said he remembered thinking during the screen test.
Well, behold: aforementioned blonde wig. Oh, and Hiddleston’s shirtless body. And some major hammer thrusting, if you know what I mean. (It means he’s thrusting a Thor hammer, duh.) Suffice to say, you will wig out.
So far, all fans have of this screen test are the above GIFs, via Superheromovienews, but the great news is that the full screen test will be included on the home release version of “Thor: The Dark World,” due out February 25. Enduring the next 29 days without the full version of this will be a struggle, but while we’re counting down, at least we have this everlasting loop of Hiddleston’s pectorals (Hiddlepecs) to tide us over.
If you’re a regular listener to the Empire podcast, you may remember our Thor: The Dark World spoiler interview with Tom Hiddleston, where he told us that he got to wear the Captain America suit for a certain scene in the film. Just to prove that he wasn’t telling porkies, here is evidence of that day from the film’s home entertainment bonus features. Hiddleston wasn’t kidding when he claimed that the suit was a good fit.
Hiddleston was, of course, replaced by Chris Evans in the finished film for a moment when Loki uses his powers of illusion to tease his big brother Thor. Honestly, we’re not entirely sure why he needed to get into the costume at all. While it’s probably justified for all sorts of technical reasons involving lighting and special effects, part of us suspects that Hiddleston just wanted to try it on for size. And who wouldn’t? it’s so iconic.
Thor: The Dark World hits DVD, Blu-ray and 3D Blu-ray on February 24, so you’ll have to hang on until then for more Hemsworth and Hiddleston goodness. Failing that, there’s some other Marvel activity on the site today. Thor himself – albeit without Loki – will return in Avengers: Age Of Ultron next May.
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