Yesterday was a big moment in Tom’s acting career – after being nominated for his first Golden Globe, for his role as Jonathan Pine in The Night Manager, he won Best in a mini series or TV movie. Admittedly I was not certain Tom would win as he had some serious competition in the category, but I am extremely proud and happy for him!
Below is a video of Tom backstage during the press call after winning his award.
The Night Manager also won in 2 other categories; Olivia Coleman for Best supporting actress in a series, limited series or TV film and Hugh Laurie accepted the award for Best supporting actor in a series, limited series or TV film.
I have added over 160 HQ images of Tom on the red carpet, on stage and backstage shots. I have also added the portrait of Tom with his award as well. Enjoy!
Below is a collection of Tweets, Snapchats and Instagram posts that were taken off Tom while he attended the BAFTA Tea Party last night. I have also added more HQ images to the gallery, with more to come!
The images featured in the posts are also added to the gallery, and under the read more are other posts to read.
In preparation for his appearance at the 74th Golden Globes tomorrow (8th January), Tom has made an appearance at the annual BAFTA Tea Party. As well as being nominated himself for a Golden Globe, The Night Manager has also been nominated for various awards.
I have added 24 HQ images to the gallery, and more shall be added tomorrow, as well as updates during the Golden Globes weekend!
Exciting to hear while he films Thor! For his role as Jonathan Pine in The Night Manager, Tom was the lucky recipient of the Best Actor award. As he is currently in Australia, he filmed a video for the ceremony, and 2 actors joined him in his speech. Check the video out below:
Congratulations to Tom because he officially a now Emmy nominated actor! The nominations took place today in America, and for his role as Jonathan Pine in The Night Manager, he is in for a chance to win Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series/Movie.
On top of that, The Night Manager itself has secured 12 nominations in total! These include a Best Limited Series, Supporting Actor for Hugh Laurie and Supporting Actress for Olivia Coleman.
The ceremony takes place on the 18th September, and guaranteed you will find the best news and pictures here from the night!
According to the website RadioTimes, The BBC is preparing the ground for a second series of its hit espionage drama The Night Manager based on the John Le Carre novel and starring Tom Hiddleston and Hugh Laurie, and the work could begin as early as April. Let’s keep our fingers crossed!
The BBC is preparing the ground for a second series of its hit espionage drama The Night Manager based on the John Le Carre novel and starring Tom Hiddleston and Hugh Laurie.
The Corporation is understood to be in advanced talks with The Ink Factory, the production company run by two of Le Carré’s sons, for another series based on some of the characters featured in The Night Manager.
According to sources, work on the new series could begin as early as April.
The first series was adapted by theatre director David Farr however it is not yet clear who will pen the new series or what it will be based on. Le Carre (pictured below filming a cameo in the series) did not write a sequel to the 1994 source book and his next published work is a memoir due to be published in the autumn.