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“I was born with very blonde, curly hair, and a mixture of Scottish and English genes, and my complexion is very ruddy and healthy. In making him with this raven black hair and blanching my face of all color, it changes my features. Suddenly my blue eyes look a lot bluer, which lends a severity to my face. And even my own smile has a distorted menace to it. Whatever comes through me naturally is distorted. It’s almost like a filter on a light.”

–Tom Hiddleston
[source: the guardian]

Hiddleswords x Lokiswords created by you!

Hiddleswords x Lokiswords created by you!

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Since we’ve seen many of you creating awesome words using HIDDLES and LOKIS, we decided to ask you to create some more words and have fun! This is the Hiddlesgame, Lokisgame of Hiddleswords and Lokiswords :)

If you like this game, you can leave your created new words in comments. Let’s have fun!

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“I think there are very interesting things that happen. In the mythology, when you get into Ragnarok, which is the "end of all things”, it’s not the end of the world…It’s the end of time, and the universe, and space. And I think, if I am correct…Loki essentially, sets that in motion. And his motivation for doing so is intriguing and he almost becomes the incarnation of chaos, in a way…So I think that can be quite new.“ –Tom Hiddleston [nov 2013]

“If we ever did a Loki origins story he should be running a Seventies nightclub, I think. Opening scene, you’d see him burst through the double doors, wearing a really lean floral suit, ‘Sympathy For The Devil’ on the soundtrack, say hello to a few girls, get on the decks to spin a few tracks, his hair looking sleek and menacing. I should say my mum’s not sure. She came to the Avengers premiere and she said, 'Darling, it’s a bit severe, isn’t it?’”

Tom Hiddleston [on Loki]


I do love Othello, because it’s a forensic examination of jealousy and power, and the delicacy of being in love with somebody. If you’re uncertain in your affection and in their affection for you, you can so easily be turned and possessed by the green-eyed monster of jealousy, which eats you up and ultimately destroys the love that was there in the first place. Also, it’s got some of the most heart-attack poetry that’s ever been written in the English language.
—  Tom Hiddleston  [when asked by a fan what is his favorite Shakespearean play].
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“It’s always about, somehow, finding a part of myself that is relevant, and then turning the volume up on that particular part. So, I am all of the characters I’ve ever played, and I am none of them at the same time.”

–Tom Hiddleston

http://www.empireonline.com/interviews/interview.asp?IID=1207

“Towards the end of the Thor shoot, Joss Whedon came into Marvel for a script meeting and he asked Kenneth Branagh to see a rough cut of Thor. Joss wanted to see what he could do with Chris Hemsworth and where to take the character of Thor, as well as Loki. Joss loved it so much that we went for a cup of tea and we had a long, fantastic conversation where we swapped loads of ideas. Joss said to me, “There’s been some talk of multiple villains in this movie, but I think you can do it on your own,” which was the most incredible compliment. I had a mountain to climb after that.” –Tom Hiddleston [Nov 2013]

“I love playing all kinds of roles. I hope it doesn’t sound too pretentious, but I always feel human nature is like a piano, and there are 88 keys, and there are some white keys and some black keys, and each character is a different chord on the piano. Basically, I hope that in the course of my life, I will have played all 88 keys. So, I’ll have played heroes and villains and princes and kings and warriors and beggars and thieves and lovers and fathers and wizards and all of those things. That is why I’m an actor… I love studying people.”

–Tom Hiddleston
[http://www.sheknows.com/entertainment/articles/1022599/interview-with-the-cast-of-thor-the-dark-world]

I think if you’re going to be conventionally romantic you’ve got to go all the way: a beautiful dinner somewhere lovely, with boat-loads of flowers, chocolates and champagne. But it might also be nice to wrap up warm and sit on a roof somewhere, with a cup of hot soup and your girl, watch the planes come in over London and listen to the night.
—  Tom Hiddleston [when asked what is his idea for a Valentine’s day date in London]