April 23rd, 2014
"Just learn the script so well that I could be run over by a bus and still say the line." —Tom Hiddleston 

thestage.co.uk, 2011

"Just learn the script so well that I could be run over by a bus and still say the line." —Tom Hiddleston

thestage.co.uk, 2011

April 22nd, 2014
“I have a little office in my house and it is an absolute pigsty but I know exactly where everything is and there are little things stuck all over the walls, and papers in in-trays and files I have saved on my computer and playlists I have made on my iTunes – things that take me to a place that I think is appropriate.”

—Tom Hiddleston [on preparing for a role]

source: thestage.co.uk 10 Feb 2011

“I have a little office in my house and it is an absolute pigsty but I know exactly where everything is and there are little things stuck all over the walls, and papers in in-trays and files I have saved on my computer and playlists I have made on my iTunes – things that take me to a place that I think is appropriate.”

—Tom Hiddleston [on preparing for a role]

source: thestage.co.uk 10 Feb 2011

"Well, it’s odd because that’s how fear manifests in me. I don’t know why. I can’t explain it. Some people, the hairs on the back of their neck stand up, some people get the chills, some people get the shivers. I just involuntarily weep and my face was awash with tears with this one. I can’t wait. It’s going to be Jessica Chastain, Mia Wasikowska, Charlie Hunnam, Jim Beaver, and myself."

—Tom Hiddleston on crying after reading ‘Crimson Peak’.

Source: aol.com/moviefone

"Well, it’s odd because that’s how fear manifests in me. I don’t know why. I can’t explain it. Some people, the hairs on the back of their neck stand up, some people get the chills, some people get the shivers. I just involuntarily weep and my face was awash with tears with this one. I can’t wait. It’s going to be Jessica Chastain, Mia Wasikowska, Charlie Hunnam, Jim Beaver, and myself."

—Tom Hiddleston on crying after reading ‘Crimson Peak’.

Source: aol.com/moviefone

March 27th, 2014
"Adam is so deelpy flawed, and depressive, and melancholic. But Eve just loves it, loves his commitment to it. We were trying to make a film about acceptance. And true love is an acceptance of someone else for who they are."—Tom Hiddleston, ELLE UK.

"Adam is so deelpy flawed, and depressive, and melancholic. But Eve just loves it, loves his commitment to it. We were trying to make a film about acceptance. And true love is an acceptance of someone else for who they are."

—Tom Hiddleston, ELLE UK.

Asks

I’d like to let you guys know, especially those who have sent the asks, that I haven’t published any inbox because I just got so flustered with the lovely compliments, and that for those of you who asked the sources of some quotes, I will have to look for them. And then hopefully I can deal with my sweaty palms and publish them here. Till then, stay tuned and thank you for still following after such long silence! ‘HI’ to all of you old and new followers and I hope you’re enjoying yourself here!

"Honesty is a gift—to be honest about who you are and how you feel—because it encourages intimacy, and intimacy is really where’s it at. To be known and know someone is an amazing feeling, and you don’t get there if you’re pretending to be anyone else." —Tom Hiddleston, ELLE UK.

"Honesty is a gift—to be honest about who you are and how you feel—because it encourages intimacy, and intimacy is really where’s it at. To be known and know someone is an amazing feeling, and you don’t get there if you’re pretending to be anyone else."

—Tom Hiddleston, ELLE UK.

“In a way, it was a gift – and I have no regrets about it at all. I’ve never once thought, ‘I wish I were playing Thor.’”
—Tom Hiddleston on auditioning for Thor.

“In a way, it was a gift – and I have no regrets about it at all. I’ve never once thought, ‘I wish I were playing Thor.’”

—Tom Hiddleston on auditioning for Thor.

“I’m really proud of the audition. It proved a lot to me as an actor because I’ve never committed so much to an audition before. The guys at Marvel called and said, “Can you put on as much muscle as you can in six weeks?” So I went from 180 pounds to 198 pounds and I had 7% body fat. I’ve still got the pictures to prove it. I’ve never challenged myself like that before. I basically showed myself what was possible.


“In a way, it was a gift – and I have no regrets about it at all. I’ve never once thought, ‘I wish I were playing Thor.’”

—Tom Hiddleston on auditioning for Thor.

Full interview: http://www.bbcamerica.com/anglophenia/2014/02/tom-hiddleston-thor-fans-think-can-pole-dance/

Dear Readers,

I’ve got some messages asking for the quote sources. For some reasons, I couldn’t put the link in the (x) thingie, so I put the link as a click-through on the image. This means you can check the interview/sources by hovering & clicking the pic (if available) so that the post will not be too cluttered. Hope this helps, until I can figure out why the (x) thingie doesn’t work for me.

Thank you for your patience!


“I’ve had some very strange fan mail over the years. There’s a moment in the first Thor movie where Thor and Loki are engaged in a fight. I have a spear in my hand and I make a huge leap to spear Chris – but he dodges out of the way. The spear is embedded into the ground, so I use the spear as a lever to spin myself around and kick him in the chest. Well, some fans have interpreted this as emblematic of my hidden talent at pole dancing. I’ve received a surprising number of depictions of myself in a pair of tight briefs and a horny helmet dancing on a pole. That is pretty weird and hilarious.”
—Tom Hiddleston on ‘Thor fans think I can pole dance.’ (x)Full interview: http://www.bbcamerica.com/anglophenia/2014/02/tom-hiddleston-thor-fans-think-can-pole-dance/Img: http://velvedere.dreamwidth.org/9510.html

“I’ve had some very strange fan mail over the years. There’s a moment in the first Thor movie where Thor and Loki are engaged in a fight. I have a spear in my hand and I make a huge leap to spear Chris – but he dodges out of the way. The spear is embedded into the ground, so I use the spear as a lever to spin myself around and kick him in the chest. Well, some fans have interpreted this as emblematic of my hidden talent at pole dancing. I’ve received a surprising number of depictions of myself in a pair of tight briefs and a horny helmet dancing on a pole. That is pretty weird and hilarious.”

Tom Hiddleston on ‘Thor fans think I can pole dance.’ (x)

Full interview: http://www.bbcamerica.com/anglophenia/2014/02/tom-hiddleston-thor-fans-think-can-pole-dance/
Img: http://velvedere.dreamwidth.org/9510.html