Posts Tagged ‘Tom Hiddleston’
The producers released an SDCC trailer for Kong: Skull Island, starring Tom Hiddleston, Samuel L. Jackson, Brie Larson, John Goodman, and John C. Reilly at their panel yesterday, the 23rd July.
I recently got to watch Crimson Peak in theatre, then I needed a few days to recover. Not because I was so mind blown by its amazing storyline and its great visual effects, but because it had been so bad it almost veered into it’s good territory. Almost. Crimson Peak, marketed as a gothic romance, is more […]
In a recent interview Elba gave with The Telegraph, 'The Wire' star confirmed that he and Tom Hiddleston were renewing their roles as Heimdall and Loki.
Cancer. For such a little word it’s one that instills a lot of people with the utmost fear and dread. Quite rightfully too because as a disease it kills thousands of people every single year. In the mainstream media, the awareness of Cancer has been raised a lot in recent years, specifically with things like […]
Always eager to spread a little love to the cultured masses, this time last week I set off for London to attend the ever illustrious Olivier Awards 2014. I’ve been trying to get a theatre column on Geek Pride up off the ground for months now, and what better way to kick it off, than […]
Thor: The Dark World is the first solo adventure with Thor since The Avengers film last year, however he’s not completely alone as we see him reunited with Jane, his sidekick warriors and that pesky brother of his; Loki (Tom Hiddleston). In this adventure we see Thor having to battle a villain so ruthless […]
At a cinema in Shanghai instead of using an official poster to promote the new Thor film (Thor: The Dark World), they instead ended up with a fan-made photo-shopped poster causing much amusement among fans and geeks alike. The poster, believed to be a fan’s Photoshop creation, shows the brothers in a titanic […]
To coincide with Super Wednesday for Youtube’s Geek Week, Marvel have released a new trailer for the sequel Thor: The Dark World. Yes! I am just a little excited, I thoroughly enjoyed Thor, the mix of mythical and real world was done absolutely right (so I wonder why DC/Warner Bros are unable to do the same with […]