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Interview with Tom Hiddleston

Tom Hiddleston has been familiar to British audiences for over a decade. Over the years, he’s done his fair share of BBC Radio (Othello, Cyrano de Bergerac, Dracula) and theatre (The Changeling, Cymbeline, Othello, Ivanov). He landed roles in a few TV movies - CONSPIRACY and THE GATHERING STORM - which made their way to the Unites States as part of the BBC’s co-production with HBO before moving onto features, namely UNRELATED and ARCHIPELAGO. He held recurring roles on the BBC television series SUBURBAN SHOOTOUT and WALLANDER, but it wasn’t until Kenneth Branagh, who had worked with him before on both stage and screen, cast him as Loki, brother of Thor in the Marvel Studios solo film about the superhero from Asgard that his career reached a new level.

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Interview with Tom Hiddleston

Tom Hiddleston has been familiar to British audiences for over a decade. Over the years, he’s done his fair share of BBC Radio (Othello, Cyrano de Bergerac, Dracula) and theatre (The Changeling, Cymbeline, Othello, Ivanov). He landed roles in a few TV movies - CONSPIRACY and THE GATHERING STORM - which made their way to the Unites States as part of the BBC’s co-production with HBO before moving onto features, namely UNRELATED and ARCHIPELAGO. He held recurring roles on the BBC television series SUBURBAN SHOOTOUT and WALLANDER, but it wasn’t until Kenneth Branagh, who had worked with him before on both stage and screen, cast him as Loki, brother of Thor in the Marvel Studios solo film about the superhero from Asgard that his career reached a new level.

Tom Hiddleston told Chris Hemsworth to really hit him

Hiddleston said that when they were shooting the fight scene, “Joss [Whedon, the director] came over and said, ‘Guys, I’m just not really buying it.  You need to sell it more.  You either need to hit each other harder or you need to react bigger.’” As they readied for the next take, Hiddleston took a moment to confer with Hemsworth. “I said to Chris, ‘Dude, just hit me.  Just hit me because I’m protected here and it’s fine.’  He’s like, ‘Are you sure?’  I was like, ‘Yeah, it will look great.  Just go for it.’”

Cameras then started to roll, and Hiddleston said, “[Chris] really went for it and he’s just pummeling me in the chest and elbowing me in the face and Joss came back after that take and went, ‘We got it. It’s great.’”

I asked Hemsworth about his reaction to actually hitting his costar.  Hemsworth chuckled and recalled there was a moment when Hiddleston doubled over a bit when a body blow connected.  He told me, “I turned to the crew and I said, ‘He told me to do that! You all heard that.’”

(Source: Yahoo!)

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