Behind The Scenes Of Tom Hiddleston In New Shakespeare-Influenced ART OF VILLAINY
Stage superstar and rising screen standout Tom Hiddleston leads a new short film promoting Jaguar titled THE ART OF VILLAINY and a new behind the scenes look at the actor in action is now available to view.
Hiddleston commands a cool look in a dark suit driving a sleek white Jaguar in the new sneak peek at the forthcoming promotional film which boasts a memorable reading of RICHARD II and Hiddleston's take on it.
"They say Brits play the best villains. But, what makes a great villain?" Hiddleston alluringly posits following a playing of a famous RICHARD II monologue.
Following that, displays a dextrous way with the wheel - and more.
Of course, Hiddleston recites some Shakespeare himself, too!
"This England, it's all mine," he says with a villainous laugh - and appropriately so, given the gist of the promotional campaign.
Of note, Jaguar's THE ART OF VILLANY was directed by Mark Jenkinson with music by Chris Green.
More information on Jaguar's THE ART OF VILLAINY is available at the official site here.
View the new photos of Tom Hiddleston behind the scenes of Jaguar's THE ART OF VILLANY promo below.
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