Tom Hiddleston is an internet darling, but do you really know him as well as you think you do?
There’s nothing wrong with a little Tom Hiddleston appreciation. After all, he won the internet’s heart with his portrayal of Loki in the Thor movies and The Avengers. And while Hiddleston continues to carefully carve out a niche for himself, his interactions with his fans have ensured that everyone maintains their love for him.
These questions will rely on your knowledge of Tom’s career moves in recent years, as well as having a healthy obsession with watching his
hilarious and adorable interview answers. It can be difficult to follow Tom’s career, because he can be found not only on television and film, but also in the theatre and on the radio. This quiz will certainly test your level of dedication to Tom Hiddleston.
After measuring your own level of Tom Hiddleston devotion, be sure to share it with your friends to see if your Hiddleston knowledge reigns supreme.
If you look closely, you can spot Hiddleston playing a small role in the upcoming Muppets Most Wanted film. He will also lend his voice to the role of Captain James Hook in the upcoming animated Disney film, Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy, and can be seen opposite Tilda Swinton as her vampire lover in Only Lovers Left Alive later in the year. No other major films are on the horizon for 2014, but Hiddleston will return to the screen in Guillermo del Toro’s 2015 horror film Crimson Peak.
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