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tomfighter:

He is a war machine, he’s monumentally arrogant and is contemptuous of the fickle mind of the mob. He believes that his martial prowess and his military distinction gives him the right to say whatever he wants." - TWH; Coriolanus


Tom Hiddleston by Greg Williams

Tom Hiddleston by Greg Williams


Tom Hiddleston for Total Film, November 2013

Tom Hiddleston for Total Film, November 2013

hxcfairy:


AB: How would you describe yourself as a boyfriend?TH: Very honest, I hope. God, I don’t know. I hope I’m fun, I hope I’m a good time. Spontaneous, surprising, affectionate? I hope, kind. Dancing…a lot of dancing. I insist upon dancing. Anywhere. Anytime. The more dancing, the better.

ELLE magazine 2014

hxcfairy:

AB: How would you describe yourself as a boyfriend?
TH: Very honest, I hope. God, I don’t know. I hope I’m fun, I hope I’m a good time. Spontaneous, surprising, affectionate? I hope, kind. Dancing…a lot of dancing. I insist upon dancing. Anywhere. Anytime. The more dancing, the better.

ELLE magazine 2014


Poems read by Tom Hiddleston. [listen]

may i feel said he - e.e cummings | He wishes for the cloths of heaven - w.b yeats | as i walked out one evening - auden | from the princess - alfred lord tennyson | sonnet 18 - william shakespeare | love and friendship - emily bronte | bright star - john keats | she walks in beauty - lord byron | dover beach - matthew arnold | there is a lady sweet and kind - anonymous | if music be the food of love - william shakespeare | when you are old - w.b. yeats | us two - a.a. milne | sigh no more - william shakespeare | down by the sally gardens - w.b. yeats | desiderata - max ehrmann | we’ll go no more a roving - lord byron | to his coy mistress - andrew marvell | sonnet 130 - william shakespeare |

Poems read by Tom Hiddleston. [listen]

may i feel said he - e.e cummings | He wishes for the cloths of heaven - w.b yeats | as i walked out one evening - auden | from the princess - alfred lord tennyson | sonnet 18 - william shakespeare | love and friendship - emily bronte | bright star - john keats | she walks in beauty - lord byron | dover beach - matthew arnold | there is a lady sweet and kind - anonymous | if music be the food of love - william shakespeare | when you are old - w.b. yeats | us two - a.a. milne | sigh no more - william shakespeare | down by the sally gardens - w.b. yeats | desiderata - max ehrmann | we’ll go no more a roving - lord byron | to his coy mistress - andrew marvell | sonnet 130 - william shakespeare |