Tag: Thor: The Dark World

2015 Dec 04

(Video) ‘Thor: The Dark World’ Deleted Scene

As part of their promotion for the Phase 2 Collection, Marvel has just released a deleted scene from ‘Thor: The Dark World’ in which Loki imagines his coronation. Watch it below.

2014 Mar 01

40th Annual Saturn Awards Nominations

The nominees for the 40th Annual Saturn Awards have been announced! Tom was nominated for “Best Supporting Actor” for “Thor: The Dark World”, and the film has received a few nominations of its own, such as “Best Comic-to-Film Motion Picture”, “Best Costume”, “Best Make-Up” and “Best Special/Visual Effects”. Congratulations to everyone involved, you most definitely deserve it!


Universal Pictures

Warner Bros.

Star Trek Into Darkness
Paramount Pictures

Ender’s Game
Summit / Lionsgate

Thor: The Dark World

Marvel / Walt Disney

2014 Feb 20

Screen captures of “Thor: The Dark World”

Thanks to my lovely friend Claudia, our gallery has been updated with HD screen captures of “Thor: The Dark World”.

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2013 Nov 09

Tom’s Entertainment Weekly Q&A

Tom spoke with EW about the state of cinematic villainy — why we love bad guys, why these villains are bigger than ever, and whether he believes himself to be evil at heart…

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Simple question: why do we love characters we hate?
TOM HIDDLESTON Well, that is the eternal question. There is this old phrase that “the devil plays all the best tunes.” There is a kind of freedom to being bad, an embracing of one’s most rebellious instincts. The idea that essentially order and chaos exist inside every human being and mostly – rightly — we behave ourselves. When you play a bad guy, you sort of cut loose from that sense of propriety.

Is it more interesting to play a noble character or a cruel one?
I think most actors see acting as a kind of 3-D psychology,  the study of people, the study of human nature. We find motivations and people’s emotional and psychological makeup to be fascinating, I know I do. Villains are challenging because they provide such fascinating case studies. You’re presented with a villain and the first question is – “What do they want? Why are they villainous?” So in Loki’s case, that answer is complex. He has a broken heart. He is grief stricken, bitter, lonely, sad, angry, ambitious, jealous and proud — and yet, he has a charm and a playfulness and a mischief. It’s a combination of factors I think. It’s that surface charm, that surface playfulness I think is appealing.

Continue reading Tom’s Entertainment Weekly Q&A

2013 Nov 06

Tom’s interview for USA Today + Photoshoot

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