HIGH-RISE talent: Tom Hiddleston 

A quick look at the some of the High-Rise team’s greatest hits. Today, lead actor Tom Hiddleston who is playing Dr. Robert Laing

  • ARCHIPELAGO (2010) – the second of three collaborations with director Joanna Hogg, based around a family gathering in the Isles of Scilly – a subtle and understated performance that captures the uncomfortable reality of family dynamics.
  • THOR / THE AVENGERS / THOR: THE DARK WORLD (2011-13) – Loki is the role that put Hiddleston on many people’s radar – a gleefully over the top performance, and everyone’s favourite Marvel baddie.   
  • MIDNIGHT IN PARIS (2011) – a supporting role as author F. Scott Fitzgerald in Woody Allen’s time traveling romance, Tom shows his comedic talents to the full.  
  • THE HOLLOW CROWN (2012) – in this trio of Shakespeare adaptations for the BBC, Tom inhabits the role of Prince Hal (later Henry V) to the full, banishing lingering clichés of stodgy history plays.
  • ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE (2013) – starring alongside Tilda Swinton, Tom plays Adam, a centuries-old vampire who begins to despair at humanity for destroying the world around them. It was also his first collaboration with Oscar-winning producer Jeremy Thomas, who is the driving force behind HIGH-RISE.  

What’s your favourite Tom Hiddleston role? Any other performances you want to add?


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