Tom Hiddleston sings like a pirate (by Disney Fairies) [HD 1080P]
In this extra scene from ‘The Pirate Fairy,’ Tom Hiddleston, as a young Captain Hook, sings ‘The Frigate that Flies,’ and discusses the motivations of the nefarious pirate he portrays in the film.
And when he sings of the ship’s masts, Hiddleston points joyously to the studio ceiling. The only thing that could possibly make this better would be if he were wearing a puffy pirate shirt instead of his dapper white button-down.
"Know thou first, I love the maid I married; never man sighed truer breath; but that I see thee here, thou noble thing, more dances my rapt heart than when I first my wedded mistress saw bestride my threshold."
Coriolanus, Act IV, Scene 5.
Who, or what, hit Hiddleston?…
However, the question people are asking is: why does Tom Hiddleston have a plaster on his head? So here are some options
a) We beat Tom around the head with a sterling silver candlestick to make him say nice things about ELLE?
b) Sex game gone wrong?
c) Sex game gone right?
d) Having completed the Donmar theatre Coriolanus run – during which he was suspended upside down and has his throat slit – without suffering bodily harm, he was bending over to pick up his bag and someone opened a door on his head.
The answer: Sadly not c) Or even b) for that matter. It is d)
in this photo nathan looks like tom’s expecting wife
and zachary is the photobombing brother in law
“nathan, you’re glowing”
Here’s Top Gear.
You do a photoshoot with Stig. Lovely Stig
And then, THERE’S BENEDICT FREAKING CUMBERBATCH
Tom Hiddleston kissing Hadley Fraser during Coriolanus (x)