Wednesdays are the new Friday. Loki premiere is moving from June 11th to June 9th. Here is the announcement from Tom, and below a new promotional that aired this week:
Tom is going to be a presenter at this year’s MTV Movie & TV Awards.
The 2021 MTV Movie & TV Awards are set to be a star-studded affair!
The network has released its full list of presenters for the May 16 event, which will be hosted by Leslie Jones and air live from the Palladium in Los Angeles, as well as the presenters list for the follow-up show, MTV Movie & TV Awards: UNSCRIPTED.
Big names like Anthony Mackie, Addison Rae, Henry Golding, Mandy Moore, Tom Hiddleston, Vera Farmiga, Madelyn Cline, Nasim Pedrad, Patrick Wilson and Jacob Elordi are set to hand out golden-popcorn statues.
They’ll be joined by several other stars, including Justin Hartley, Chase Stokes, Eric Andre, Jonathan Daviss, Antonia Gentry, Rudy Pankow, Tanner Buchanan, Madison Bailey and Yvonne Orji. Zola stars Taylour Paige and Riley Keough will also present.
Hello everyone, sorry I’m a little late adding these from last week, but here are pictures from the BAFTA’s, plus some videos below:
More pictures of Tom Hiddleston and Claire Danes on the set of The Essex Serpent have been added to the gallery:
Tom Hiddleston is featured on the June issue of Empire Magazine, talking Loki, work and more. Here are digital scans and the extra photos from the photoshoot. Below is an excerpt from Empire Magazine Website.
Tom Hiddleston Explains Why He Took ‘A Moment Of Consideration’ Away From Screen Roles – Exclusive
If Tom Hiddleston’s success wasn’t quite overnight, his ascent was swift. His turn as Loki in Marvel’s Thor caught fans’ attention, and the character grew in stature as he became the charismatic central threat of blockbuster crossover Avengers Assemble – leading to many more appearances through the MCU, a headline role in the BBC’s hit John Le Carré spy thriller The Night Manager, and major roles in movies including High-Rise, Kong: Skull Island, and Crimson Peak. But his brief appearances in Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame aside, Hiddleston has kept a lower profile in recent years – taking stage roles in London and New York, and retreating somewhat from screen work.
As he prepares to make a major comeback in his own MCU series, Loki, on Disney+, as well as starring in the upcoming series adaptation of The Essex Serpent, Hiddleston spoke to Empire in our world-exclusive cover interview about where he’s been these past few years, and why now was the time to come back. “A few things crossed my path and I thought carefully about them, but they didn’t feel quite right, so I didn’t do them,” he says of roles that came his way.
If Hiddleston’s retreat from the spotlight was preceded by a greater tabloid focus on his personal life, his time away was less a conscious choice on that front than “a moment of consideration,” he says. “I’d been playing so many different people in so many different parts of the world, and it’s very important to distinguish what’s real in one’s own life, and look after those things. Because if you don’t look after them, they can be lost, or they can be marginalized, and then you come home one day and they’re not there anymore.”
He relates his viewpoint and philosophy to that of Tilda Swinton’s character, Eve, in the Jim Jarmusch vampire drama he starred in, Only Lovers Left Alive. “She says life is about surviving things, appreciating nature, nurturing kindness and friendship, and dancing,” he explains. “So perhaps, in the moment, I needed to come back and do it. I don’t know, to be honest, that I danced a lot. I should have danced more. But I’m sure there are some people who’d say I’ve danced far too much.”
Read Empire’s full Tom Hiddleston interview – talking his continuing journey with Loki, the directors he’s worked with throughout his career, his time away from the spotlight and more – in the new issue, on sale Thursday 15 April and available to pre-order online now here. Loki comes to Disney+ from 11 June.
Marvel has dropped the Official Trailer for Loki. The series premieres on June 11th:
Some screen captures:
Here are some more pictures of Tom Hiddleston and Claire Danes from the set of The Essex Serpent:
Below are some new Behind the Scenes pictures of Tom Hiddleston and Claire Danes filming The Essex Serpent series. For more of Claire pictures, please visit ClaireDanes.org. Tom’s pictures via Torrilla.
Tom Hiddleston and Owen Wilson present the new Loki Poster, deliver a message to Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan, from Falcon and the Winter Soldier, which premieres tomorrow on Disney+
From one powerful duo to the next, Tom Hiddleston and Owen Wilson of #Loki deliver a message to Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan, as well a surprise for the fans. Don't miss the premiere of "The Falcon and The Winter Soldier" tomorrow on #DisneyPlus.
— Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) March 18, 2021