Tom Hiddleston was on Chelsea Handler and blew everyone away by just being himself. And my 3 semesters of Russian (and Google Translate) confirm he’s absolutely correct. (Image Source)
What do Captain Hook and Tom Hiddleston have in common? A love for expressing themselves in song, apparently.
It might surprise some that, given his cinematic success in the last few years(i.e. Thor, Avengers), Tom Hiddleston has a role in the fifth installment of Disney’s Fairy Series The Pirate Fairy, headed straight to Blu-ray/DVD this April.
Hiddleston and Christina Hendricks (Mad Men) voice a young Captain Hook and Fairy Zarina (respectively) who steals pixie dust from Tinkerbell (Mae Whitman, Parenthood) for certain nefarious reasons (pillaging and plundering, you know, “Pirate Stuff”). Add this to the list of villains that Hiddleston seems to relish playing. For an actor who has a reputation for being the ultimate good guy, he certainly loves to be bad, doesn’t he? Oh well, he always makes for a villain you can’t help but love and his rendition of the legendary Captain Hook is no exception. Check out a glimpse of Hiddleston’s take on Peter Pan’s foe below! Catch The Pirate Fairy on blu-ray and DVD April 1st!
This list of celebrities and their animal look-alikes is sure to put a smile on your face. Enjoy them yourself, and share them around to make someone’s day!
Thor 2: The Dark World won’t come out until February 25th but the gag reel has already made it to Vimeo. Natalie Portman, Tom Hiddleston and Chris Hemsworth excel at making dramatic adventure films but they’re also pretty damn good at goofing off. We can thank Marvel for this excellent compilation gag reel from the set of Thor 2. Marvel confirmed last month that Thor 3 will begin pre-production this year.
The age-old question: Why are Super-villains always British?
Jaguar took it upon themselves to provide an answer. I’ll tell you, the response is…more than adequate. Check it out for yourselves below!
After all these decades of only geeks sporting the bow tie, we can’t believe it’s become the go-to neckwear of all of Britain’s best looking men. Well played, Doctor Who, well played indeed. Thanks to The Doctor Who Hub for the image!
Thor 2 was released in late 2013 and audiences got exactly what they wanted: more Brotherly Love from Thor and Loki. Thor and Loki are arguably the best brother duo cinema has seen in ages, if not ever. Never before have two actors stolen the show based on familial relations more so than these two. Thor was somewhat of a ‘What did I just watch?’ movie, with no real point other than introducing the characters prior to Avengers. The only redeeming quality the movie offered…
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