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Below I have posted various clips of Tom’s appearance on the red carpet and also interviews with him at the Golden Globes last night and I have also included links to screencaps that I have made and added to the gallery. More videos are located underneath the cut to prevent the post from being too long.

    

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Inside the event, Tom was interviewed by BBC News in regards to his nomination and role in The Night Manager. Screencaps have also been made and added to the gallery, the link below.

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Perhaps one of Tom’s most adventurous photoshoots (still not quite sure what is happening), he is covering Interview magazine for their October issue.

The interview itself has been conducted by Tom’s good friend, Benedict Cumberbatch. It’s very interesting to read and also quite funny reading the banter between Benedict and Tom; also quite a long interview. Below is a little snippet:

BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH: Like all interviewers, I should first of all thank you, Tom, for taking this time.

TOM HIDDLESTON: [laughs] Thank you, Benedict. We should just thank each other for our time. For the rest of our lives.

CUMBERBATCH: And then, in typical British fashion, we should just apologize for everything as well.

HIDDLESTON: I’m sorry for disturbing you.

CUMBERBATCH: I’m more sorry than you.

HIDDLESTON: [laughs] How do you feel about …

CUMBERBATCH: My role as a journalist?

HIDDLESTON: I feel conflicted. [laughs]

CUMBERBATCH: I feel my role here is much more as a real friend than a journalist. There will be no curveballs, I promise. But just to get us started, what is it like donning the hair and horns, working with Chris [Hemsworth] again, and working Down Under with Taika [Waititi], your director?

HIDDLESTON: Well, it’s so exciting because I haven’t played Loki for four years. The last time I wore the costume was at San Diego Comic-Con in 2013.

CUMBERBATCH: You’re kidding me!

HIDDLESTON: The best thing about it, honestly, is working with Chris again. I first met him in Kenneth Branagh’s house in England in 2009. We were mere children, in the very beginning of our acting journeys. We made an instant connection, and it’s been extraordinary to share the ride with him—this mad journey with Marvel. Anthony Hopkins has been on set this week. And Taika Waititi is magnificent. He has found a way of honoring everything that came before but doing his own thing. And he’s so funny. His films—and if you haven’t, you must seek them out: What We Do in the Shadows, Hunt for the Wilderpeople—they have this combination of light-hearted, good humor and emotion. They’re very moving. Everyone’s really happy. Of course, we’re just at the beginning.

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You can currently subscribe for the magazine here also.

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Tom took the time to comment on his recent Emmy nomination and also to confirm his relationship with Taylor Swift. Below is his interview with The Hollywood Reporter:

Congrats!

Thanks! It’s a good day, a lovely day.

How does it feel?

It feels fantastic. I’m in Australia filming Thor: Ragnarok, and it’s very early in the morning on a Friday. Right now it is just coming up to 4:15 a.m.

It’s impressive that you’ve stayed awake.

Well, it’s not every day you get nominated for an Emmy.

So, how did you hear about the news? 

I didn’t have any expectations, and suddenly my phone started blowing up a couple hours ago. This is the most wonderful surprise, and honestly the most thrilling thing about it is that it feels like an extraordinary and heartwarming affirmation for the whole team who made The Night Manager. Making The Night Manager was the most fulfilling team effort, and I’m so proud of everybody.

Were you watching the nominations?

No, I was dozing off because of a long day as Loki. (Laughs.) I couldn’t stay awake, so I was drifting away to sleep. Earlier, Chris Hemsworth had just hosted a screening of the newGhostbusters film, so that was a couple of hours before the nominations were announced. I saw that with Chris and Mark Ruffalo and Taika Waititi, who is directing Thor: Ragnarok, then came home and brushed my teeth and went to bed — and then I was nominated for an Emmy. (Laughs.) So that was how it went.

And this is your first Emmy nomination.

It’s very special because I so enjoyed playing Jonathan Pine. The Night Manager was one of the most challenging and fulfilling experiences I’ve had as an actor. He’s such a complex character — a highly skilled, impeccably courteous, morally courageous, romantic character with a kind of broken heart. I loved playing him. The playing of him was complex in lots of ways in that over the course of the six episodes of the miniseries, the character is called by four different names with four different passports. So there was a journey through identity in a way. It was a tricky balancing act, and like all great professional pleasures, the pleasure of it came from the challenge of it. It was my only undertaking for the year of 2015, especially because Hugh Laurie and I were invited to be executive producers on it, so we were there for the development of it, the production, the whole thing. I’m just very proud of it, and it’s very humbling and heartwarming to be recognized. You never know as an actor if your passion for a project as you make it is going to connect and translate into passion for the audience. It seems that in some respects it has, and that is the most satisfying and thrilling conclusion.

How do you plan on celebrating?

I’m going to go to sleep for a bit. (Laughs.)

That sounds like a good idea. But what about tomorrow?

Well, and then I have to go on set. I have to go and do some Loki things tomorrow. And then I don’t know, actually. It’s nice to see Chris Hemsworth and Mark Ruffalo, whom I haven’t seen for a long time. We really haven’t all been together since the first Avengers movie. I don’t know, maybe we’ll do something this weekend.

How do they celebrate Down Under?

I don’t know. I guess I’m about to find out. (Laughs.) We’ll see.

Who are you most excited to see at the Emmys in September?

Oh gosh, there are so many. There are so many nominees from the different categories. I’m very much looking forward to seeing my friends who are nominated in the same category, Benedict Cumberbatch and Idris Elba. They’re both old friends of mine. I worked with Benedict a long time ago — six or seven years ago now, and he’s been a friend ever since. And the same is true of Idris. So I’m looking forward to seeing them and James Corden too. There’s lots of people I’m sure I’ll bump into. It’s funny how back in April I did a roundtable interview with Liev Schreiber and Bob Odenkirk — and they’re both nominated, so I’ll get to see them again. I love their shows and their work.

Do you know who you’re going to take with you to the Emmys?

I don’t. I didn’t even know I could. It’s 4 in the morning here! (Laughs.)

You’re in the middle of a cultural frenzy right now dating Taylor Swift. How would you respond to people who claim that you’re involved in some sort of publicity stunt?

(Laughs.) Well, um. How best to put this? That notion is — look, the truth is that Taylor Swift and I are together, and we’re very happy. Thanks for asking. That’s the truth. It’s not a publicity stunt. 

Again congratulations to Tom on his Emmy nomination but also his relationship with Taylor – it’s definitely been a whirlwind, but it’s great to see him so happy!

On Friday night, Tom appeared on the program discussing ‘changing idea of the hero in contemporary culture’ and also Tom’s role as Hank Williams.

You can watch it following this link.

Thanks to Edward, the interviewer for the heads up on his audio interview with Tom! Below he discusses his new movie Crimson Peak, where he plays Thomas Sharpe as well as working with other directors such as Joss in the Avengers.

If you are interested in more, you can listen to Gross’ interview with Guillermo del Toro here too.

Potential spoilers if you are avoiding any details to the movie!

 

I have added HQ images of Tom arriving to film The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and also a Crimson Peak talk at AOL studios on the 16th. Find them following the links below:

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Below is a masterpost of interviews and videos, including promos, from the past few days during the Crimson Peak promo tour:

Steve Wright – Radio 2 Interview.

Why I’m scared of my imagination video.

The View Interview.

Geek & Sundry Crimson Peak Interview.

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Tom has appeared on The Today Show and The View to promote his new movies. From The Today Show, I have attended candids of him arriving and leaving.

Arriving At The Today Show – 14th October

Leaving The Today Show – 14th October

To watch Tom on The View, you can see it here.

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Tom with a cat = amazing.

Anyway, he did a pretty awesome interview/photoshoot with The Shortlist Magazine. Find images in the gallery following the links below.

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And a snippet of the interview below.

Handsome, talented and a master of animals; is there no chink in Tom Hiddleston’s armour? Andrew Dickens has a good, hard look

Tom Hiddleston is about to leave the riverside flat where we’ve just photographed him with a cat on his shoulder. He picks up the guitar that’s been lying on the living room floor all day. I hadn’t realised it was his, so, considering he appears as Hank Williams in the forthcoming biopic I Saw The Light, I ask a prize-winning dumb question: do you play?

I mean to say, “Do you play in the film?” The polite way of asking, “Were you dubbed over by a more proficient country and western musician?” Hiddleston understands this and asks if we’d like to hear something: his own daft question. He whips out his Gibson (no euphemism) and delivers, to these ears, an emphatic Hank (again, no euphemism). It’s one way of answering a question, though – thankfully for the purposes of this interview, the rest of his responses are delivered more traditionally. Well, sort of, but we’ll come to that later.

This impromptu performance also proves that Hiddleston doesn’t do things by halves. He played the guitar before making I Saw The Light, but he wasn’t an alcoholic, womanising country legend. Work was required. The kind of work you’d pay to do.

“I’ve felt a huge responsibility to not screw it up,” the 34-year-old says. “I perhaps didn’t fully appreciate how iconic he is in the US until I arrived in Nashville. I went there six weeks before we were due to start shooting,” he says. 

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Images courtesy Torrilla.