Tag: Tom Hiddleston

Tom Hiddleston Talks to The Hollywood Reporter About ‘I Saw the Light’

The complete article: By his own reckoning, playing iconic country singer Hank Williams in Sony Pictures Classics new biopic, I Saw the Light, was a stretch, but once Tom Hiddleston accepted the part in the Marc Abraham-directed film, the Cambridge-educated Brit immersed himself in the life of the Hillbilly Poet, who died at 29 in 1953, and prepared like he… Read more →

The Making of ‘High Rise’ In The Telegraph

Excerpts of the article: An ambitious new film adaptation starring Tom Hiddleston brings JG Ballard’s dystopian novel High-Rise to unsettling, darkly humorous life. David Gritten goes behind the scenes. Suave and pencil-slim in a silvery-grey suit, Tom Hiddleston strolls languidly across the lawn of a picturesque garden, navigating between flower beds until he reaches a thatched barn at its very… Read more →

Tom Hiddleston Wins Falstaff Award

Tom Hiddleston won the Falstaff Award, given out by PlayShakespeare, for Best Male Principal Performance for his role as Coriolanus in Coriolanus. The production also received an award for Best Sound Design, which went to sound designer Emma Laxton. The play received additional nominations for Best Play and Best Scenic Design (Lucy Osborne) and Best Fight Direction (Richard Ryan). “A… Read more →

Benedict Cumberbatch on Photobombing U2, Tom Hiddleston & Wet T-Shirts

U2 were nominated for an Academy Award for best song for “Ordinary Love” at this years ceremony, so the band were in attendance. Perhaps their most notable, and definitely their most widely seen moment, involved actor Benedict Cumberbatch, who jumped behind them, photobombing them. Cumberbatch recently did an interview with Time Out London, where he discussed the humorous incident. On… Read more →