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Tom Hiddleston Reveals Kenneth Branagh's Advice To Him On Fame

February 18
4:03 PM 2014

Tom Hiddleston Reveals Kenneth Branagh's Advice To Him On FameRising film superstar and current West End leading man Tom Hiddleston shares some insight gleaned from fellow theatre and film notable Kenneth Branagh as part of a new interview.

Remarking upon the THOR director, Hiddleston shares of Branagh's advice to him during filming for the hit superhero tentpole release, stating, "At the end of the shooting THOR, Kenneth Branagh took Chris Hemsworth and myself aside and said, 'In 12 months, boys, prepare yourselves!' We were both just, 'Nah!' We couldn't imagine it."

Discussing fame in general, Hiddleston opines, "I never expected it. Fame is weird and amorphous and unpredictable. All acting is for an audience. It's just that my audience now is... quite large."

Additionally, Hiddleston says, "Some people have been a bit obsessive about attributing responsibility for things that have happened in their lives to me. You can to say, 'Bless you for saying those nice things, but I've done nothing."

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