Reblogging because Dr. Watson is actually my favorite character in this (although his moments are brief):

Dr. Watson: “Let me get you what you desire, Uh, Dr… Strangelove.”

Dr. Watson: “Cat gotta be from Cleveland.”

Classic.

Me and My Shadow - Tom Hiddleston Rumored to Voice Act

Tom is listed as the voice of the “shadow villain” in this wiki. However, keep in mind that this wikia page is fan-run, so this is pure speculation for now. The only official announcement(s) about this film have not listed Tom’s name:

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/dreamworks-me-my-shadow-kate-hudson-bill-hader-286141

So, once again, take this as pure rumor mill until an official announcement is made. Having said that, this rumor is not so ridiculously far fetched as he has done voice over work quite often in his resume/CV, and one of DreamWork’s founders is Steven Spielberg.

hiddlestatic:

Me everyday in front of the TV.

Yep.

Magnus is having none of your shit today (but he’ll still answer the phone).
Happy Magnus Monday!
*a phone rings in the distance*

Magnus is having none of your shit today (but he’ll still answer the phone).

Happy Magnus Monday!

*a phone rings in the distance*

hiddleslokid:

Best Movie - luglio 2014

Non entrare in quella casa
Ogni riferimento a “Pan’s Labyrinth” non è puramente casuale.”Si tratta di un goth romance, ambientato in una villa infestata nel nord dell’Inghilterra”. Quelo poco che si sa di Crimson Peak filtra attraverso le parole del suo stesso autore, Guillermo del Toro, che porta al cinema un progetto scritto già diversi anni fa’ insieme a Matthew Robbins, uno dei suoi più fedeli collaboratori. Una variazione sul classico tema della casa stregata, dove “utilizzerò le convenzioni di questo genere, che conosco e amo, e allo stesso tempo ribalterò le vecchie regole. E’ il film più spaventoso che io abbia fatto." Altri dettagli sulla trama arrivano direttamente dal set canadese del film: voluminosi abiti del XIX secolo chiariscono l’epoca in cui è ambientato, così come la storia. La vecchia casa in question appartiene a Sir Thomas Sharpe (Tom "Loki" Hiddleston, che prima di accettare la parte ha chiesto la "benedizione" di Benedict Cumberbatch, a cui inizialmente spettava il ruolo) e alla misteriosa sorella Lucille (Jessica Chastain). E’ tra queste mura che l’uomo porta la moglie, la giovane scrittrice Edith Cushing (Mia Wasikowska), conosciuta in America. Ed è sempre qui che di notte iniziano ad accadere cose orribili…

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Don’t enter in that house
Any reference to “Pan's Labyrinth" is not purely coincidental. It is a goth romance, set in a haunted house in the north of England.” The little that is known of the Crimson Peak seeps through the words of the author himself, Guillermo del Toro, leading to a film project written several years ago with Matthew Robbins, one of his most loyal collaborator. A variation on the haunted house’s classic theme, where “I will use the conventions of this genre, that I know and love, and at the same time I’ll overturn the old rules. It’s the scariest movie I’ve ever done. More details about the plot come directly from the Canadian set of the film: voluminous clothes of XIX century clarify the era, as well as the story. The old house in question belongs to Sir Thomas Sharpe (Tom Loki Hiddleston, who asked for the "blessing" of Benedict Cumberbatch, which initially belonged to the role) and his mysterious sister Lucille (Jessica Chastain). It’s within these walls that the man carries his wife, the young writer Edith Cushing (Mia Wasikowska), known in America. And it’s here again that horrible things start to happen in the night