Tom Hiddleston Talks About Being Captain Hook And Loki
The utterly charming Tom Hiddleston was in Anaheim today at Disney‘s D23 expo. He was there to promote the new animated flick he’ll be lending his voice to, a Tinkerbell film called The Pirate Fairy, but he also talked a little about Thor: The Dark World. There will be some sort of Marvel announcement during tomorrow’s presentation, so Hiddleston might be showing up again in the convention center sometime Saturday. The good folk at Collider caught up with the actor to talk about voicing Captain Hook in the animated flick and playing the god of mischief in the upcoming Alan Taylor helmed Thor sequel.
The first two minutes of the video are about Hiddleston‘s work on The Pirate Fairy and how it’s a dream come true. It’s interesting and he reveals a lot of great things about voicing the character, but I can understand if you want to skip it. Around the 2:54 mark he starts talking about his amazing appearance as Loki at this year’s Comic-Con. Hiddleston reveals that he wrote most of the dialogue for his performance and that he was overwhelmed by the crowd. He jokes that he can see why Mick Jagger does what he does well into his 70s. From then on, Hiddlston talks a little about Thor: The Dark World and how he’s only seen bits and pieces of it so far. He explains that he and his big screen brother Chris Hemsworth wanted to do something different with the sequel. What do you think about Hiddleston being Captain Hook? Oh yeah…I guess he says some cool stuff about Thor 2, huh?
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Source : Collider