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“The Graham Norton Show” Interview and Screen Captures

I’ve added screen captures from Chris’ appearance on The Graham Norton Show from Friday night. Chris appeared on the show with director Ron Howard to promote their upcoming film, In the Heart of the Sea. Also joining the conversation was comedian Kevin Bridges and actress, Lily Tomlin with music from Blake and Dame Shirley Bassey. Head of to the gallery for the latest additions.

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Good Morning America (11/05/2013) Screen Captures

Thanks to my friend Bri, I’ve added screen captures from Chris’ November 5th appearance on Good Morning America. Chris was on the show to promote his upcoming film, Thor: The Dark World which has its North American release tomorrow, Friday, November 8th. Head of to the gallery for the latest additions.

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“Thor: The Dark World” Interview Featurette

Take a look at this “behind the scenes” interview with Chris as he discusses different aspects of his latest film, Thor: The Dark World. Some of the topics include The Avengers, Thor’s relationship with Jane and what we can expect. Take a look below:

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Entertainment Tonight Screen Captures

Thanks to my friend Bri, I’ve added screen captures from three separate episodes of Entertainment Tonight. The entertainment program featured a special on two of his projects, Rush and Thor: The Dark World. Head of to the gallery for the latest additions.

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“Rush” Is Now In Theatres!

Chris’ latest film, Rush is now in theatres! Below is a fantastic interview conducted during the Toronto International Film Festival spoke with the stars (hris Hemsworth, Daniel Bruhl, Olivia Wilde) and director Ron Howard. Take a look below:

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Chris Will Be On The Ellen DeGeneres Show

Mark your calendars! Chris will be a guest on the Ellen DeGeneres Show Tuesday, September 17th to promote his upcoming film, Rush. Also on the program that day will be musical guest, Ciara. I will try to have the full interview video and screen captures added for your viewing pleasures!

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Tom Hiddleston Hints at “The Avengers” Script

As anyone who’s been following the ever-growing excitement surrounding Joss Whedon’s The Avengers well knows, the nitty-gritty details of the film are hard to come by these days. Aside from the film’s superstar cast, and the fact that filming began last week, there hasn’t been too much to report.

Recently, MTV News managed to get a few teasers from Tom Hiddleston during the Thor press day over the weekend, we’ve gained some serious “Avengers” insight — from the security measures taken with the scripts, to who will likely be playing the sole villain in the film.

“It’s like ‘Mission: Impossible,’ ” Hiddleston joked about receiving the script. “It was delivered to me at my flat in London, and I sat down and I read it and my mind exploded,” he said. “It is so good and so fun, and so huge, what Joss Whedon has already done, that screenplay is an achievement in itself.”

Hiddleston said that he was so excited when he heard the news — that his mischievous “Thor” character, Loki, would indeed be a part of “Avengers,” he nearly fell off his chair.

“The thing is, you want to call all your friends and tell them, but that’s when the red dot appears on your forehead and your life is over,” he joked of the extreme parameters set to keep the actors from revealing anything. “So, I had to just do a Loki dance in my flat, that’s how it went down.”

With regard to the “tension” that Hiddleston’s onscreen brother Hemsworth (a.k.a. Thor) alluded to, the actor hinted that there will be far more tension between Loki and the Avengers.

“Let’s say it’s going to take more than Loki’s hunky brother to take him down this time,” Hiddleston said with a laugh. “The characters are so different. That’s part of the joy of ‘The Avengers,’ I think,” he said. “You bring all the people, you bring nuclear scientists and gods, and gamma-ray [scientists] and a super soldier from the1940s, so the skill sets are different, and I guess they’re all a match for Loki in different ways.”

We then asked Hiddleston if he felt the eight-against-one odds felt like a lot to take on.

“I guess so, but, you know, he has ways and means,” he said slyly.


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How Much Does the Cast Know About “The Avengers”

We know that the cast of The Avengers know each of the characters they’re bringing to the big screen, but how much do they know about their fellow teammates and Earth’s Mightiest Heroes?

In this MTV Movie Awards special feature, MTV Movies Correspondent Josh Horowitz asks three of the upcoming film’s stars — Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, and Chris Hemsworth — a few questions to gauge their Avengers IQ. (Source)

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Tom Hiddleston (Loki) Talks “The Avengers”

When Kenneth Branagh ended up in the director’s seat for the big-screen adaptation of Thor, Tom Hiddleston was hand-picked to serve as Thor’s brother and nemesis, Loki. It’s a part so juicy that Hiddleston will reprise it as the main villain in next year’s Marvel mash-up The Avengers. New York Magazine had the opportunity to talk to Tom about the upcoming “The Avengers,” take a look at what he had to say:

At what point did they tell you that you would get to be the primary villain in The Avengers too?
Well, I think it was a plan from the get-go, but it wasn’t really dead-set until near the end of Thor. What was wonderful is that about four days after I wrapped on Thor, I went out for a cup of tea with Joss Whedon. We sat down at two o’clock in the afternoon, and we were still sitting there at six o’clock. He said, “Listen, you’ve lived with this guy for six months. I want you to spill the beans and tell me all of his dark secrets. Who is this guy? Why is he who he is?” Ken had already shown him a rough cut of the film, and mercifully, everything I had done accorded with Joss’s idea of the character, too. I’m really so flattered that Marvel and Joss think I can take them all on. In Avengers, it’s going to be me versus seven of them, and I say “Good luck to them,” frankly.

Is there still some ambiguity to Loki in that movie, or is he more of a full-fledged bad guy?
It’s tough to say. I think Loki’s intelligence is never switched off. Let’s put it this way: He has really big, evil plans that will take more than his thunderous brother to put a stop to, but that doesn’t mean that the layers aren’t still there.

Are there any trepidations that you’re committed to so many Marvel films without so much as script approval?
I’ve got to be completely honest with you, man: Loki has been such an amazing break for me. I think every young actor needs a break, and I owe it eternally to Kenneth Branagh for believing in me, so it’s kind of a no-brainer to me. The idea that I can play this juicy role a couple more times? It’s a tantalizing prospect.

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