Next on the agenda yesterday was to take part in a chat with a live audience at Build Series Studios in NYC. Once again, Tom appeared alongside Brie and Samuel.
I have added candids of Tom arriving (as well as exiting the building) and also the trio taking press images and inside the studio. This is an album to be updated at a later date, including screencaps of the video and also more inside images.
Recently Tom did an interview with Courier mail, and discussed the making off movies, including Kong: Skull Island:
A lot of you were having issues accessing this article so I posted it below.
WHEN he flew into Australia in January of last year, headed for the Gold Coast Hinterland where Mt Tamborine would double for a mysterious slice of the South Pacific in Kong: Skull Island, Tom Hiddleston was given a full safety briefing.
“Red-bellied black snakes, brown snakes, funnel-web spiders …” he recounts.
He also talked about 2017 being a year of rest, after working consistently the past number of years:
What’s not so surprising now is, besides seeing Kong and Ragnarok out into the world, Hiddleston is planning to take much of 2017 off.
“I’m taking a bit of a breather, because I’ve been running quite hard for five or six years and I just need to check in with stuff at home,” he says.
The last six years have been undeniably huge for 36-year-old Hiddleston.
Regular work on British TV and stage switched gear into movie stardom via his much-loved Marvel role as Thor’s mischief-making brother Loki, backed up by great performances in The Deep Blue Sea, War Horse, Only Lovers Left Alive, Crimson Peak, TV’s The Hollow Crown and miniseries The Night Manager (the latter scoring him a statuette at last month’s Golden Globes).
It is, by now, not a secret to many that Doctor Strange shall be appearing in Thor: Ragnarok, and whole doing press interviews for Kong: Skull Island, Tom has spoken a little bit about the 3rd Thor movie, and Loki’s interaction with Doctor Strange:
According to Tom Hiddleston, Loki will be rather apathetic towards Doctor Strange’s mystical powers.
Recently, the actor sat down for an interview with IGN where he was asked about Loki’s reaction to characters like Doctor Strange. In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, much of what has kept Loki unique is his magical gifts, so the entrance of beings like Strange and even Hela could be a threat to Loki. However, Hiddleston doesn’t seem to think that’s the case.
“I think he probably dismisses Strange,” Hiddleston said about Loki. “Yes, his sorcery is very impressive, but Loki’s been doing that for century so who cares? But Hela is a different beast and full of surprises. [She] actually might have been someone with whom he actually got along, but the circumstances have changed.”
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Yesterday (19th February 2017), Tom took part in a press conference at the JW Marriott in Los Angeles, as part of promotion for Kong: Skull Island. His co-star, Brie Larson, also attended the press conference.
I am unsure as to whether any videos shall be released, but if so this post shall be updated with the video, and screencaps.
Big thanks to the admin of Loving Emma Watson who kindly donated the first batch of images. I shall hopefully be updating with more in the coming days. View the images in the gallery using the link below:
Although Tom is currently promoting Kong: Skull Island, he has spoken in different interviews about the upcoming Marvel movie Thor: Ragnarok, in which once again Tom shall be playing Loki. In one interview he describes where Ragnarok will pick up and working with Taika Waititi.
Below is the video to watch, and also a link to view screencaps made in the gallery. Please credit is sharing elsewhere!