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!
Tom did another video for UNICEF, this time about his favourite school activity. We were also given a glimpse of him preparing for his Loki wig, although I’m not sure if that’s the actual final version!
The official Twitter account for the film ‘High Rise’ has posted that its DVD/Blu-Ray release date has been set for July 11th, which means it will most likely be available for streaming on sites such as iTunes, Amazon and more.
‘The Night Manager’ has been nominated at the Television Critics Association Awards! The series is up for Outstanding Achievement In Movies, Miniseries & Specials, against HBO’s ‘All The Way’, FX’s ‘Fargo’, History’s ‘Roots’ and more. The show will take place on Saturday, August 6, 2016, at the Beverly Hilton Hotel during the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour.
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN MOVIES, MINISERIES AND SPECIALS
All The Way, HBO
Fargo, FX The Night Manager, AMC
The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, FX
Show Me A Hero, HBO
When Aaron Paul of “The Path” and Tom Hiddleston of “The Night Manager” sat down to chat for Variety and PBS’ “Actors on Actors,” a bromance was born. The two talked about Paul’s disastrous “Cloverfield” audition, social media and more.
Tom attended the Final of 500 Words at The Globe, where performed a song from his first acting role as Toad Of Toad Hall as he was joined by the Duchess of Cornwall to honour winners of a children’s creative writing competition. He treated the finalists of Radio 2’s 500 Words short story competition to a brief rendition of “Beep beep crackle bang” on stage at Shakespeare’s Globe after telling host Chris Evans that Wind In The Willows was the first school play he was in.