Tom Hiddleston There is a new Apple TV + series.
The ‘Loki’ star is leading the cast of ‘The White Darkness’ adaptation of David Gran’s best-selling non-fiction Tom of the same name on the streaming platform.
Ready to play the role of Tom Henry Warsley, a devoted husband and father, a former soldier, a man of deep respect and devotion, but also a man deeply obsessed with adventure, embodied in an epic journey across Antarctica on foot. Starring Hiddleston as Worsley, it is a mesmerizing story of courage, love, family and the extremes of human power.
The 41-year-old actor is also set to do an executive production for the limited series.
Mark Hayman, author of “Pachinkor’s So Hugh” and “Black Swan,” will co-star.
She is also set to star in The Essex Serpent for Apple TV +, where she will star alongside Claire Dennis in the role of Cora, the protagonist Will Ravensom, who has recently been widowed by a man who abused her. Now out of wedlock, Cora is from London to Alduinter, Essex – a small village – after hearing about the famous mythical legend, Essex Serpent, who has returned to the area.
‘Essex Serpent’ is based on Sarah Perry’s best-selling novel and will be adapted by Cleo Bernard.
Meanwhile, Tom recently admitted that he likes to be called “Mr. Loki”.
The screen star played an iconic character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and Tom revealed that he especially enjoyed giving people a title before Loki’s name.
Asked if he was called Loki in real life, Tom shared: “Probably all the time, yes, but what I really enjoy is when they put a title before it.
“So I was once in a restaurant and the head chef, very sweet, would shake his head to say hello and say ‘hello Mr. Loki’, which is incredibly polite.”