I’m sorry this is so late in coming, hopefully whoever asked this will see my response.
To be honest I think you answered your own question already: by knowing that it is Tom Hiddleston that you are so direly attracted to, and his portrayal of Loki is what overwhelms you. There is nothing wrong with being attracted to the bad boy, so long as you are able to separate tendencies (ie. acting out a role you enjoy) from actually abusive men.
We have fantasies of all sorts, and there is nothing wrong with them so long as you are safe and within the law.
So I’m gone and then come back and it looks like there is Adam material…
I’m almost afraid to see what it is. D;
Tom Hiddleston returns to the British stage
Tom Hiddleston, star of Thor and Avengers Assemble, returns to the stage at London’s tiny Donmar Warehouse in an autumn season that also features Call the Midwife star Jessica Raine.
Tom Hiddleston, the British actor who has become a global star thanks to his performances as Loki in Thor and Avengers Assembler, will return to the stage at London’s tiny Donmar Warehouse in this autumn’s production of Coriolanus.
Taking the role of the autocratic Roman general in one of Shakespeare’s most visceral tragedies is a homecoming for Hiddleston in more ways than one since he made his name in Shakespeare, breaking through in Cheek by Jowl’s production of Cymbeline and giving a brilliant performance as Cassio in the Donmar’s own production of Othello in 2007. He more recently starred as Henry V in BBC Two’s 2012 award-winning Shakespearean adaptation, The Hollow Crown.
The new production of Coriolanus will be directed by the Donmar’s artistic director Josie Rourke, and will be broadcast live into cinemas on 30 January 2014 in partnership with National Theatre Live. It also features Mark Gatiss as Menenius.
In a strong autumn season, Call the Midwife star Jessica Raine will star in a revival of Arnold Wesker’s Roots, playing working class farm girl Beattie Bryant in the play, which is set in rural Norfolk in 1958 and will be directed by James Macdonald.
The season opens with a new play by Nick Payne, The Same Deep Water As Me, directed by John Crowley. Payne, who wrote the prize winning Constellations, has based the production around a pair of personal injury laywers from Luton. The cast includes Olivier award winner Nigel Lindsay, Daniel Mays and Monica Dolan.
I guess we have hope of getting it on disc.
Having recently fallen in love with Call the Midwife, I’m painfully excited to see this.
Still too weary to fangirl… I’m so sorry to everyone who has sent messages and I’ve not responded. :( I just have no energy to do much of anything anymore.
No word yet on this job I was “certain” to get.
6:45 am the neighbours woke me up by literally banging on the wall where my head is. The time is now 7:52 and they are still fucking slamming shit and I’m torn between wanting to cry and turning into the Hulk. Since my meltdown last week I’ve struggled to sleep and am exhausted to the point of tears.
I want to snap fucking inconsiderate necks right now.
@SteelMillPaul: @/HayleyAtwell @/twhiddleston eating the awesome food I cooked. Proof that we know each other.