Firstly apologies for the site being offline for a period of time. This has now been fixed and the site, and gallery, can now be accessed!
Recently a new set of stills from Thor: Ragnarok were released and I have added them to the gallery. Keep checking back as I hope to replace them with more HQ versions. I have also added the international poster for the movie.
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The movie was featured in the September issue of Empire Magazine and I have added scans to the gallery. These can be accessed via the link below.
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Tom is on the cover of the upcoming issue of Time Out! He talked to the magazine about ‘High-Rise’ and ‘The Night Manager’, and you can read the article below. A scan of the cover has been added to our photo gallery (click here to view it).
Tom Hiddleston is in superbrain mode as he tries to make sense of some of the ideas in his brilliantly loopy new film, ‘High-Rise’, a disturbing vision of urban living gone horribly wrong. ‘My point is, what is reality in the end? Look at us: we’re both in rooms on our own, talking to computers – which is weird when you think about it!’
We’ve spent the past 90 minutes on Skype (with him in Australia, where he’s shooting a movie, and me in London); it’s the second part of a conversation that began in a Bethnal Green café just after Christmas. Hiddleston has been recapping his short, brilliant career that includes playing Loki in the ‘Thor’ movies, starring in ‘War Horse’ and ‘Crimson Peak’, and proving himself a master of Shakespeare on TV and stage. He’s a big star with a big brain; an actor equally at home in out-there arthouse films and mega-budget action movies. Now he has also captured the Sunday-night-TV crowd, playing Jonathan Pine, a hotel worker-turned-MI6 operative, in the thrilling BBC series ‘The Night Manager’, based on a John le Carré novel. He’s clearly hungry to try everything and anything. At one point in our interview he even suggests he might learn a new language just so he can work with foreign directors.
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Tom is on the cover of the next issue of Shakespeare Magazine! The theme is “Shakespeare at the Cinema” and they review the screenings of both Tom’s Coriolanus and Benedict Cumberbatch’s Hamlet, as well as other Shakespeare adaptations. We don’t have an exact release date yet, but the magazine’s official twitter account says it is coming soon! Our gallery has been updated with an image of the cover and you can view it here.
The latest issue of HELLO! Magazine features an article on Tom’s work with UNICEF. We have updated our photo gallery with scans, take a look: