Tom Hiddleston wants to work with Daniel Day-Lewis
Tom Hiddleston has confessed his dream is to star opposite Daniel Day-Lewis as he is intrigued by his hard-working ethos and commitment to his film roles.
Tom Hiddleston wants to work with Daniel Day-Lewis.
The 'Thor' actor aspires to star opposite the three-time Oscar winner - who famously refused to break character for 'My Left Foot' in 1989 and insisted on being moved around the set in a wheelchair - because he thinks Day-Lewis' commitment to his film roles is inspiring.
Speaking to BANG Showbiz at the South Bank Sky Arts Awards 2013, where he picked up the Times Breakthrough Award, Tom said: "I'd love to have a chance, even a chance, of trying to work with Daniel Day-Lewis because I admire him so much. I am so intrigued. He's always inspired me.
"Just the commitment he takes on every time he chooses to work and kind of what he chooses. You can always see this. He gives 110%."
The 31-year-old actor - whose CV includes 'War Horse' and 'The Hollow Crown' - once had the chance to meet his idol and ruined the moment by "gushing" about how much he loved his work.
He reminisced: "I met him once, a couple of years ago. It was long before I'd made a film and I was working in theatre and I happened to be somebody's plus one [to an event]. I stopped him on the stairs as I had to tell him he's one of the greatest things; being an actor.
"He said, in his beautiful English/Irish [accent], 'Thank you so much, it means a lot, thank you so much'. It was basically me gushing about how much I loved 'In the Name of the Father' and 'The Last of the Mohicans'."