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Friday, December 5, 2014

Tom Hiddleston Wins London Evening Standard Award


Congratulations Tom Hiddleston!




He just won the London Evening Standard Award for best actor, for his performance as Coriolanus.





It was indeed a fantastic performance (my review here) and it is wonderful that he is being recognized for such excellent work.







I do hope that this award might inspire him to return to the stage sooner than later to do some more Shakespeare. How about Petruchio in Taming of the Shrew? Or Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing?

As I have said before, as famous as he is for his work as Loki in the Marvel films, I think as the years go by, Tom Hiddleston will become as famous for his work in Shakespeare.

I just looked at some of the photos of the event and it is fun to see him with other actors whom I should like to see work together in my series of Shakespeare Solved films.

What do you think about Benedict Cumberbatch as William Shakespeare with Tom Hiddleston as Richard Burbage?




What do you think about James McAvoy as King James?




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Cheers,

David B. Schajer

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