“Like many films noirs, light and shadow play an important role to heighten the mood of Phantom Boy. The filmmakers not only drew every frame of the film on paper, they also drew a separate lighting level to convey light and shadow, which was then digitally composited over the drawings.”
Tom Hiddleston, the Emmy-nominated star of The Night Manager, somehow still manages to be eloquent at 4 a.m. That’s how early it was in Australia, where he’s shooting Thor: Ragnarok, when he spoke to EW about the honor — one he shares with costars Hugh Laurie and Olivia Colman. Hiddleston shared some of his feelings about the announcement and teased a bit of what Marvel fans can expect when Loki returns to theaters next fall.
Today’s got to be an exciting one for you.
It is a great day. It’s fantastic. It really is the best news. It’s very early in the morning on Friday for me in Australia. I’m in the Gold Coast in Queensland on Thor: Ragnarok, the third Thor film, and I wasn’t expecting it at all. I never like to have any expectations, but it feels like the most thrilling and heartwarming affirmation for the team, the whole of The Night Manager, for Susanne Bier, for Hugh Laurie, for Olivia Colman, and Simon and Stephen Cornwell and Stephen Garrett, all of our producers. It’s very heartwarming. It’s a great feeling that everyone’s up there.
Watched “Me Before You” alone in theaters today and
1) Emilia Clarke is unreal pretty (mother of dragons more like mother of my children am I right??)
2) ARE YOU KIDDING ME? That plot was so frustrating. I mean I get it but. Ugh.
3) I loved the mini game of thrones reunion happening it