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(Audio) Tom talks to BBC Radio 1

Tom has recently talked to BBC Radio 1’s Nick Grimshaw about ‘Crimson Peak’: ‘It’s weird when you’re acting fear, or you’re acting terror. Because fear is a weirdly physical emotion. Like when you feel afraid your heart rate goes up, and you start breathing more deeply. It’s very hard to act it without actually going through the experience of that. So you find yourself, when a director calls cut, you’re sort of like “Whoof!” I need to calm down and have a biscuit and a cup of tea.’ On dancing with his love interest: ‘Allegedly the true test of a perfect waltz is for a candle flame to stay alight in the hands of the lead dancer. And I’m pleased to say that the candle never went out. … I might have cheated, we had a double-wicked candle.’

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(Photos) Tom talks to ShortList.com

Tom was recently interviewd by ShortList.com as part of the promotion for his upcoming films, ‘I Saw The Light’, ‘High Rise’ and ‘Crimson Peak’. Along with the interview, the website released a beautiful new photo session, which has been added to our photo gallery.

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Tom Hiddleston: One Cool Cat

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.

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