Tom was a guest at Late Night with Seth Meyers last night, as part of his promotion for the series ‘The Night Manager’, and he talked about making his Robert De Niro impression for Robert himself while on The Graham Norton Show a couple of years ago. Watch it below.
Along with his castmate Hugh Laurie, from ‘The Night Manager’, Tom appears to have ruled out a 2nd season of the series. Both actors said the tale of a hotel night manager drawn into spying on a British arms dealer had ended with the finale of the six-part series, the Mirror reported.
Hiddleston, 35, promoting the spy thriller in the US, said: “As it stands, Jonathan Pine exists for six hours in a mini-series. […] I don’t know what might happen outside that. The story feels complete. […] I only ever conceived of it as an adaptation of a complete novel by John le Carré. We made some alterations, we updated it so it had a political resonance and we changed the ending a little bit. I know the rumours about it extending, but none of that is real.”
Laurie, 56, added: “It’s based on a novel, we’ve got to the end of the novel and John le Carré has yet to write another novel. […] So in cold practical terms, no, we’re done.”
In an exclusive clip from Tribeca Shortlist, Tom finally addressed the rumors that he would be appearing in the 4th season of BBC’s Sherlock. He said he’s not entirely sure how the rumors about his alleged involvement got started in the first place — and that while he and Cumberbatch have been pals for a long time, they won’t be playing brothers this season.
Tom attended a screening for ‘The Night Manager’ presented by Deadline, and our gallery has been updated with images from the event, as well as a new photo session. Thanks to my friend Mouza, from anthony-mackie.com, for sending them our way!
An hour-long video of Tom’s conversation with Variety’s Jenelle Riley for SAG-AFTRA Foundation has been released! It’s a great interview in which he talks about his career leading up to ‘The Night Manager’. Watch it by clicking on the link below.