Apple TV + Series The White Darkness – Tom Hiddleston to star in Social Life

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”.

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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.”

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