Benedict Cumberbatch voiced a new Jaguar ad: will it make Tom Hiddleston cry?


Oh, yes. Let’s do this, Cumberbitches and Dragonflies. TO THE DEATH. First of all, before Tom Hiddleston was even a twinkle in a Jaguar executive’s eye, Benedict Cumberbatch was already the Sex Voice of Jaguar. Cumby has been voicing commericals (and even starring in a couple) for years now. I think Cumby’s been with the brand for more than three years? Something like that.

But, as we know, when Jaguar decided to do a big, glitzy re-launch in the American market, they went with “Good to be bad” – starring Ben Kingsley, Mark Strong and Hiddleston, as those British actors who are famous for playing villains (I would argue Kingsley’s most famous roles are heroic and inspirational, like Schindler’s List and Gandhi, but whatever). So, Benedict was out and Hiddleston was in as the #goodtobebad campaign began in earnest. Except now Benedict has been pulled into the campaign too with some new voice work on another Jaguar commercial:

Unf. Now I kind of want to bang a Jaguar. Was that the goal? I don’t necessarily want to buy a Jaguar, but if a Jaguar spoke to me in that absolutely filthy Sex Voice, I would have sex with the Jaguar. A Jaguar with Benedict’s voice: would you hit it?

But for comparison’s sake, here’s Tom’s Jaguar ad, with Kingsley and Strong.

See, for me, Mark Strong is still The Sex in that ad. I would go for Strong before Hiddleston… just based on this ad. But if I’m comparing these men to a Cumbervoiced Jaguar? Um. Yeah. I’d still be banging the Cumbervoice. I’m sorry, Tommy! Please don’t cry.

Speaking of Tommy and his salty tears of neediness, we now have video & audio of Tommy singing in The Pirate Fairy, that direct-to-DVD Captain Hook cartoon.

Photos courtesy of Getty, WENN.

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  1. Sixer says:

    Alert! Alert! Fanbait headline at 12 o’clock. Hostile! Dive! Dive!

    I am also all about the Strong.

    I am also exercising the most self-control ever in all my days by not saying something equally baity about the Pirate Fairy video. I’m sure it won’t last all day and I’ll be back later. Tick tock, Hooky, tick tock.

  2. AlexandraJane says:

    that last image = ultimate threesome

    • Frida_K says:

      I’m neither a Cumberbitch nor a Hiddles fan but yes, that is the first thing I thought when I saw that picture.

      Then I blushed and wondered if all the time I spend on the Bitchy is ruinin’ mah morals and I, well, ah just about swooned.

      Then I shrugged and thought, “I need more coffee and hey…it WOULD be the ultimate three-way.”

      Ah, the meanderings of the morning Celebitchy comment panels.


  3. GoodNamesAllTaken says:

    I have always wanted a hunter green Jaguar sedan with tan interior and wood dash and wheel. My powerball car. What if it came with the Cumbervoice when I pushed the start button? Oh my.

  4. Lilacflowers says:

    Why would either of them cry; they’re both getting paid. Cumberbatch was already under contract. Hiddleston got the much bigger commercial with a lot more exposure on Super Bowl Sunday. It would seem Cumberbatch would have more reason to be envious; he’s not even show in this new commercial. There are supposedly other actors who will be brought into the commercials over the next few months too. Hiddleston, Strong, Kingsley, Sean Bean in the boot, in that order. Cumberbatch, not even if he were the last man on earth and the preservation of humans depended on it. Sorry.

  5. Peach says:

    My dream is to make love with Cumby inside his jaguar… hai…

  6. Zbornak Syndrome says:

    Wait a minute… Tom is taller than Benedict? And I think the point of the commercial is a crafty one. Girls want to bang the men, and guys want to be as suave as them. Clever Jaguar, veddy clever.

  7. trendy says:

    why are you obsessed with him? The British aren’t that into him, and he’s rather odd looking. Please divulge.

    • 'p'enny says:

      speak for yourself Trendy, I’m British and I am into both, in a biiig way. :-D v.big way.

    • Sixer says:

      He doesn’t dip my digestive, but I gotsta say Benny the Veep is a popular biscuit in the UK. Probably more popular than the Puddletom because he’s on the radar of the older ladeez too, thanks to a BBC1 slot. My mother and my aunties fancy him. Mind you, my mother still fancies Ronald Pickup and he’s so old he’s half dead, so popular is as popular does. Snigger.

      • Make mine a double says:

        Better than Ian MacShane with his Lovejoy mullet which is whom my mum still fancies.

      • 'p'enny says:

        @sixer ” because he’s on the radar of the older ladeez too”

        in 2009, didn’t the older ladeez get Tom on their radar in the Return to Cranford Christmas special. Probably slipped their memories now, but then…. I can’t look at yellow gauze flower the same again.

      • Janeite says:

        Hey “p” enny, I happened to like both Cranford and Return to Cranford so if that whole “older ladeez” thing was meant to be a diss, I resent that! ;) Although to be fair, I didn’t even recognize Hiddles in it, so there’s that.

      • 'p'enny says:


        no, not a dig :-p I watched it, I love period dramas. It was one I went hunting for, after falling for Hiddles-post Loki. And, that was when I realised, I’d already got mini-crush on him without even realising because he was the same guy in Wallander. ‘duh’ Pre-Loki.

        Although he is a bit wet in it, he looks very very sexy with the big shoulders, open poet shirts and curls.

      • Sixer says:

        @’p'enny – oh, that was ages ago. My mother and my aunties all have venerable person memories. Benny the Veep is NOW.

        @mmad – ha! That made me laugh. One of my aunties still lurves Cliff the Richard. And another watches Martin Shaw with moon eyes.

      • Make mine a double says:

        @Sixer, I’d totally forgotten Martin Shaw (thank god). Judge John Deed – I think it’s training for memory loss and dementia. She also fancies John Nettles but only when he was in Midsomer Murders. Hew as far too virile for her in Bergerac. She’s a massive Cranford fan, so I’ll have to encourage her to re-watch and see if I can steer her onto something more acceptable, eye-candy wise.

      • icerose says:

        Ronald Pickup-he of the passion with out pick up moment. Yes he and Benny could be a great pair.Instant coffee with a touch of amaretto and warm milk with the skin on top.

        Mark I will see on stage in May in a Miller play. I have always loved his intensity and it will be great to see it live, Now Mark and Tom that’s a pair .Jamaican blue mountain coffee with a touch of cream and malt whisky perfect for the connoisseur.
        Sean Bean is a mixed bag..Great flavour but no bite but not to be passed up if nothing else is on offer

      • icerose says:

        Benny I better known because as with the Doctor he has a TV shown on the BBC at primetime about a popular British sleuth otherwise most older people would not have a clue who he was unless they were theatre goers.
        Lots of people I know call him the Sherlock guy with the weird name.

      • Sixer says:

        Icerose has made up a new game! Huzzah! If we’re going beverages, I’m having:

        Puddletom – caramel macchiato (you’ll need a major sweet tooth).
        Benny – ginseng tea (in honour of the Veep photobomb).

      • pixie-stix says:

        Tom running down the stairs in that gauzy open neck shirt, big ol’ mop of blonde curly hair…
        @ Sixer – make mine a caramel macchiato with a Jameson double shot.

  8. feebee says:

    I think Cumby has a slightly richer tone. Perfect for a commercial. I’d take Hiddleston’s in private though :)

    It’s funny thinking (in terms of Jag commercials) Cumberbatch v Hiddleston when the answer on most lips is Strong.

  9. Amy Tennant says:

    I agree with your assessment. I adore Tom, but he didn’t come across as sexy as Strong or Cumberbatch just based on the commercials. Strong’s voice gave me shivers. As for “hitting” the car, I’m trying not to make jokes along the lines of “I can’t drive a stick…”

  10. M.A.F. says:

    The only one crying here is me after I watched the video of Hiddleston singing. Good god, second hand embarrassment. That is one thing we have discovered he can’t do-sing.

    • Lilacflowers says:

      If Disney had wanted good singing on that DVD, they would have either used one of their contract singers to do the song or they would have had a singer, like Zachary Levi, who is also under contract, do the whole thing. Clearly, they didn’t think the singing voice was important. Sometimes, those of us who cannot sing do so just for the fun of it.

      • Mia4S says:

        Clearly, they didn’t think the singing voice was important. Sometimes, those of us who cannot sing do so just for the fun of it.

        Awww, that’s sweet but…ummm… why should anyone pay for crap singing? On your own time sure but just…no.

      • Ppp12 says:

        umm..probably because he’s playing a character who isn’t necessarily a great singer. You do realize he’s playing a cabin boy who is singing with the sailors? that’s someone who is singing to have fun, not because it’s a musical like frozen or tangled. I’m not a fan of Hiddles singing but as long as he is not singing for a heavy musical, i think we can give the man a rest.

      • Janeite says:

        I thought his singing and enthusiasm was sweet! I cant help myself. I find it adorable.

      • Secret Squirrel says:

        Tom’s singing voice is obviously what Disney wanted or they would have dubbed over it. I think it fits the role (all 30 seconds of It that I have seen!).

        I don’t think he is THAT bad at singing. Not great, but I’ve heard a lot worse (some of whom make a living from singing and would be screwed without autotune technology!).

      • Isadora says:

        @Secret Squirrel: I second that. He’s not that bad in this video. It’s not wonderful, but it’s definitely ok. Especially for a children’s movie. I don’t think he wants a Grammy or something.

        Plus I’ve also heard worse singing snippets of Hiddles. lol

    • Hiddles forever says:

      Did you see the youtube vid about Tom singing ‘Stand by me’ oh my God, I had to wear earplugs after 20 secs (he was that bad…) and just watch the video lol

    • pixie-stix says:

      It felt a bit awkward for me as well but given the context, I give him a pass. The win is his enthusiasm – my god, he belts it out for all he’s worth. With training, he could improve…I have to say, it would be fun to see him play Nathan Detroit.

  11. Chrisy says:

    Haha, that face is too long to appear in the ad.

  12. Nikki says:

    I don’t care… I love Tom. I think he’s a great actor and his voice is…so sexy. Has anyone heard him read poetry? It’s on youtube. WOW!

  13. 'p'enny says:

    I want that Pirate thing to die, away, never to be seen again. Seriously, killing my lourve for tom.

    This is nothing compared to Banananman-Gate which happened on Twitter yesterday, got a lot of Benedict fans on IMDB [inc me] in stitches of laughter, thinking Benedict was cast as Bananaman and Tom H with him.

  14. Alright then says:

    I think Tommy has a perfectly nice voice. The song itself obviously isn’t the best, and he’s certainly not going to win any Grammys, but I’ve most definitely heard worse. (Cough – Pierce Brosnan in Mamma Mia). I always have and will love PB, but the man should not sing. Ever.

  15. Algernon says:

    Cumby is the voice of Jaguar, Hiddles starred in a campaign. Hiddles probably got a bigger one-off paycheck for that, but Cumby will make more money over time, since his contract is multi-year. They’re both hot Brits selling me a Jag. It’s a wash.

    Has anyone seen Mark Strong’s creepy-sexy beer commercials? I still don’t know exactly what beer he is selling me, I just know that I want Mark Strong to lick it off my body.

  16. MissMary says:

    I saw this floating around online a week or so back and there was collective tumblr creaming over the “good to be bad” line lol.

    People can kvetch all they want about BC and Hiddles shilling for products but boys are getting paid and are going to have a nice cushion to land on later in their careers, providing they don’t go nuts and blow it all first.

  17. ZsaZsa says:

    I still don’t think tom is the best singer. Don’t get me wrong he’s much better than Crow and Brosnon but I don’t think it’s his thing. Tom shouldn’t make this a regular and even though it’s ok for a kids film, he should be really advised to stay away from it in the future.

    Does anybody think that Benny and Tommy have ‘yes’ men in their camp? I hope they don’t as they both don’t sound the types of men that would pay someone to boot their egos

    • M.A.F. says:

      Tom is very much a “yes” man. Just look at all that dancing he did across Asia.

    • 'p'enny says:

      @zsa zsa “Does anybody think that Benny and Tommy have ‘yes’ men in their camp”

      god, yes. Anyone who is popular and got some influence will have yes men. Tommy’s Luke is a ‘yes’ man. Yet, I don’t think either of them can afford career managers to sort out their film choices, [I don't mean agents] I mean the kind that say’s please don’t do the stupid Pirate Fairy or do a film about wikileaks aka Fifth Estate. I have a feeling Tom got paid v well for making a tit out of himself. not sure about Benny in Fifth Estate.

      As much as I hate the Pirate Fairy thing, it’s bleedin raked it In the UK. Been in top ten for a few weeks now. Tom has a new fan-base of under 7′s. By the time Thor 3 comes out, [seems to be pushed back to never-never] they will have progressed to teenagers.

      • ZsaZsa says:

        I know Tommy himself is a ‘yes’ man but doses he and benny employ anybody who tells him that things are a good idea when clearly they’re not? that’s what I’m getting at.

        The thing that Tommy needs is someone to be realistic to him on a professional level. One minute he’s fawning around like an adorable goof ball in films and outside of it, then he’s cold and stern. Sometimes it makes me confused on what he’s like. I don’t want to know the whole ins and outs of his life but a general gist of his real personality might be nice once and a while. (We nearly got it in his early fame days)

        At least we know with Benny he there’s no chance of him becoming a butt kissing loveey.

      • Kelly says:

        YES MEN??
        Hahahaha, haven’t heard that one, thank you for making me spit my coffee!
        I’m sure they do, anyone with money does.
        However, I think Hiddles needs realism more than Benny. Benny’s making decent choices and knows when to say no. Hiddles is all over the place and full of it.

        Also, am I the only person who has actually enjoyed The Fifth Estate?? I don’t understand why people dislike it so much? It’s typical emotional drama fueled by the performances and some morality questions thrown in there. But it made me want to know more about Assange, the whole world stance on whistleblowers, policies in general, etc. So all in all I’m really glad to have seen it.

      • LadySlippers says:


        I liked The Fifth Estate too. It wasn’t deep or anything but I liked it. Good popcorn movie.

      • Mandy says:

        @ Kelly
        I also enjoyed the Fifth Estate. It was thought provoking…not a blockbuster type film…but it did what is was supposed to do. And BC was unrecognizable, definitely a tribute to his talent.

      • Felice says:

        The Fifth Estate was Cumby’s decision. He said he would play it again. It could’ve been a lot better with a different director and actually choosing a side.

      • Chrissy says:

        Also liked The Fifth Estate. Saw it in theatre with friends and also got the DVD to watch again. BC was great and all of the actors (IMO) were excellent. The director made some unwise decisions that bogged down the storytelling and confused audences (possibly unless they had prior knowledge of events and so on). But it was a strong choice of role, and I think it will help BC in the long run.

      • Maggie says:

        I also enjoyed The Fifth Estate. I couldn’t see it in a theatre so I bought the DVD.

        Benedict was excellent in the role and both repelled and attracted me as Assange.

        I don’t think it deserved the very negative reviews but I wish the film had lived up to Benedict’s performance, although I don’t think you could fault any of the actors at all. The faults lie with the script and the director IMO.

      • Isadora says:

        @ZsaZsa: When was Hiddles ever cold and stern?? I’ve always seen him giddy-happy, overly eager and too nice for this world. Which can definitely be problematic of course, imagewise and also for his career choices.

      • ZsaZsa says:

        @Isadora Tommy has been cold and stern recently and sometimes I’ve notice he goes like that when he seems to be in a mood. That’s just the feeling I’m getting.
        I know he wants to tone it down a bit and not encourage the more ‘passionate’ fans and I completely agree with that but why should us normal fans suffer?

        He could still be giddy hiddy but still maintain boundaries with some fans. Benny is good at that he should ask him for advice to maintain the balance.

      • jammypants says:

        I don’t think he comes off as cold and stern. Tired more like.

        I actually enjoy when he’s “in a mood.” Don’t ask why =p Quiet, stern, slightly angry on normally nice cheerful guys have this weird sexiness about them. It’s this quiet powerful energy that switches on when the nice happy type of guy decided not to take any BS and suddenly you know not to mess with them.

        Not sure what you mean by “us normal fans suffer”, but I think he’s not exactly doing anything over the top. Just work…then work. It’s a quiet time when actors work after all.

      • Isadora says:

        @Zsazsa: Ok… I haven’t noticed anything, but I might not have seen/read the interviews where he’s cold and stern. He seemed pretty much normal during the ELLE Man of the Year stuff and he’s still on twitter (although I wouldn’t really fault him for not being there ;-) ). I’m not suffering yet.

        And yes, jammypants, I totally understand what you mean.

  18. Xantha says:

    Why would Tom cry over this? I thought he and Benedict are friends. They don’t seem competitive with each other at all.

    • jammypants says:

      CB likes to pretend there’s competition going on between the two.

    • ZsaZsa says:

      They’re friends so I bet they have a good giggle about the supposed rivalry. I can see Tommy being the loony little brother to Benny’s supercool.
      But I think it’s more of a professional friendship with benefits than a close friend. Yes they hang out from time to time but it’s usually either ends up with one of them getting the others role or their faces/stories of them spotted together during their lull period.

      When I think of actor friendship, I think of Damon and Affleck or Maguire and dicaprio

      • M.A.F. says:

        Okay but Damon and Affleck have known each other since they were kids. And I’m sure Maguire and DiCaprio (spelling?) have known each other since their early 20′s. You’re also talking about two people who live in London and not LA where they are least likely to be caught by photographers.

      • 'p'enny says:


        I don’t agree, chick.

        I think they are good mates , but they have only known each other since Warhorse, three years. So I can’t see them sharing best secrets, yet. But, I don’t think they play on their friendship at all. And professionally they have only been interviewed together for Warhorse, a press article the new wave of Brit actors in 2012, a quick pic of them at TIFF, [2011]. In regard to fan photos, one got them coming out of a restaurant in London, and one outside Coriolanus they haven’t been unofficially snapped together. Yet, they were spotted at two gigs together last year. [no photos]

        Interviewers, tend to bring up their friendship together and they return in kind, confirming their friendship. And, last autumn Benedict really added fuel to that fire last year with the cheekbones, thing. And Tom’s response is on youtube somewhere. [v funny]

        The only film step-in, that i am aware of, is Tom taking over Crimson Peak.

        I remember Tom saying once of their friendship that they check in with each other when they need someone to share the pressures of what they are going through. I wish i could find the exact quote, because i can imagine them bitching about the mad-fans they both share.

  19. Liberty says:

    All good but — yeah, I have to admit, Cumby wins, hands down. What you wrote, this, this:

    “Unf. Now I kind of want to bang a Jaguar. Was that the goal?”

    • LadySlippers says:

      Oh Madame Liberté… Is it too much to ask a woman with your literary talents to expand your horizons with a naughty romp featuring a few of the cute British & Irish boys????

      Oh pretty please???


    • Liberty says:

      @LadySlippers — oh those naughty boys indeed! I think I’m not supposed to write though, banished. That said, I have to say Cumby’s voice has hugely won me over. I loved his acting but wasn’t swooning, but the more I see him the more his voice and devilish humor — whew! I get it. Who would be on your list? They could all film a ripping Jilly Cooper together, I swear.

  20. Lapin says:

    Aww, bless Hiddleston’s heart for his earnest and gusto attitude, can’t fault him for that, but don’t quit your day job.

    And Strong has an air of confidence that is pretty much undeniable.

  21. Abby says:

    Cumby has the perfect voice ever….unfff

    I would so want him saying “It’s good to be bad” as my ringtone.

    That bananaman scare was crazy. If Cumby had decided to do that I would have leggit given up rooting for him. Thay sound guy was such a douche trying to get interest in his project by using BC’s name. Hate losers like that.

  22. Ash2503 says:

    Oh it’s good to be bad :)
    Ben could legit sell me anything with that voice :) )

  23. Ally8 says:

    If that’s the ad currently running in the US, the last line isn’t spoken by Cumberbatch. The timbre and the accent are different. I think it might be Hiddleston, in which case no crying.

  24. Lisa says:

    Some particularly nice pics of the Batch for us lately. Thank you!

  25. Kelly says:

    Went shopping yesterday. The cashier was a nice average looking lad. Would never remember him, except he then proceeded to open his mouth and ask a question. DEAR GOD ALMIGHTY, I nearly fainted at the unusually deep and rich voice that he had. Went blank for a second. Thought of Benny afterwards of course, lol, men with epic voices really can pull women just like that, regardless of what they look like!!

    • Liberty says:

      hahahahha I read this and thought you wrote “Went back for a second.” i.e., second serving.

      I totally understand. Once i ordered two extra coffees I didn’t want just to listen to the guy with a gorgeous plummy British voice seated at the table behind me. My friend and I were dying because he sounded sooooo hot but she had the view and shook her head and indeed, he was very prim looking, like a dad who is a quiet accountant.

    • Secret Squirrel says:

      Kelly, step away from that boy! He can’t help that he sounds sublime! The tissues for your drool are over in aisle 4. :)

  26. Lucyfur says:

    I don’t get Cumberbatch’s appeal. He looks like a Greyhound to me.

  27. betsy says:

    They still need to name the face of Jaguar in China. Its probably Beckham but there’s a slim chance its Cumberbatch

  28. Kali says:

    Anyone want to do a kickstarter for an British Knight Rider? Just me then? *slinks off to corner*

    Whoever mentioned the commercial idea above with Sean Bean in the boot, shut up and take my money. I would be likely to sells grandmother to buy a Jaguar based on that.

  29. Isadora says:

    When I first heard that Hiddleston is doing the pirate fairy thing, I actually thought he was doing it just to fulfill his Marvel/Disney contract in some way. But seeing this video I can’t help but shake my head at the utter enthusiasm he’s putting into this. How can anybody be like this? And I mean it in a good way, I actually enjoy watching someone like this – I’m probably fascinated because it seems like such a foreign concept to my cynical self.

    And I’m glad that this didn’t really end in a Cumberbatch vs. Hiddleston thing (nice try, Kaiser ;-) ). I actually like both, great actors, interesting talents. And while BC still does nothing for me as a man, my opinion on Hiddleston’s physis is changing. No idea when exactly I turned from “not swoon worthy but a great actor and nice guy” to “ooooh…. Hiddleston……”, but it’s happening: I’m turning into a proper Dragonfly. Help!

    • Nighty says:

      Oh Isadora….welcome to the dark side… I’m a Hiddlesbatch, though more Hiddles… I mean Hiddles body / face + enthusiasm with Cumby’s voice… would lead me to commitment in the psychiatric ward… Oh God…..
      I dream about him… (Gotta calm down… , breathe, breathe… )

      • Liberty says:

        hhahah Hiddles….he would be your enthusiastic super fun gymnast five times boom! boyfriend. Then he’d still be bouncing and shoot out the door to go get food and while he was gone, Cumberbatch would sort of slide in from the garden and boom boom boom then he’d sort of glide out smoothly about ten seconds before Hiddleston returned with food, wine and a great funny story about a car running over some ice cream.

        That’s how I sense it anyway!

      • Nighty says:

        Oh liberty… I’m going to bed, here’s 3 am… and girl am I going to have some dreams tonight…. thanks for the imagery…. :)

      • Secret Squirrel says:

        @Liberty – You saying Tom has attention Deficit Disorder coupled with excess energy?? Bring. It. On… I hope that wasn’t my ice cream he was watching being run over :(

        And Ben gliding around is so perfectly descriptive. He would totally glide into a chair, into bed, into a bath etc. I can totally picture both of these chaps doing exactly what you have described. Hats off for capturing them so wonderfully!

    • jammypants says:

      Don’t fight it. Embrace it and let it ruin your life :p

  30. Elizabeth says:

    Maybe I’m blind and deaf, but I don’t get the love for Tom Hiddleston. I just don’t find him attractive. At all.

    • Isadora says:

      Two possibilities:

      1) Give it time. I actually remember seeing him fleetingly a few years back when I saw some interviews with Robert Downey Jr. and Tom Hiddleston was there as well because of Avengers. I was all like “come on.. who’s that guy? Why is everybody so excited? He’s not even hot.” And now I’m here. Well… I still think he isn’t the most beautiful guy on this planet (there are male supermodels for that), but he got me with his intellect, acting abilities and in the end… puppy eyes:
      Or I’m just getting old.

      2) Tastes are different, which is great. I wish it were even more diverse because also in real life all the girls flocking around the same few handsome guys is a bit … annoying.

    • Secret Squirrel says:

      @ Elizabeth – Its fine to not find Ben or Tom attractive, so long as you don’t diss on those that do (and vice versa!). We all have different types that “float our boat”. Tom does seem to be someone that improves with time and exposure to his more serious work and interviews. There is a lot to be said for intelligence and wit when it comes to finding someone attractive. For you it may be something else that gets your heart racing. Feel free to divulge who IS your cup of tea!!

    • 'p'enny says:

      The Tom Hiddleston crush, this came on foe me watching the cookie monster clip, that really turned the thumb screws…. i still can’t unscrew them.

      then it was super-sealed by Tom Hiddleston in the steam -room scene Henry 1V pt 2…

      Loki crush is a different thing altogether.

  31. Ash2503 says:

    The news is that Ben is in talks for Frozen 2
    The British are in high demand by Disney :D
    And I really REALLY hope they make Ben sing. :P

  32. browniecakes says:

    TH’s Pirate video – all I could think of was ‘here is something Chris Evans would NEVER do’. I love my Hiddlefizzles with a double shot of unabashed enthusiasm. I want a boyfriend that is this happy all the time. That’s what I keep going back to on TH. Not the looks or even the voice or the hands or the height or the clothes, kinda the eyes, not the singing.