See: Interview with In Style

 

 

In Style Mexico has published an interview with Tom and asked what he considers his most challenging part, his fondest career memories, and, of course, about his role on See:

"What do we expect in season 2 of See? What will happen to Lord Harlan?

Hopefully, the audience won't know whether or not they like you. In a good way! He's an important ally that the other characters need, but he has his own selfish reasons for most of what he does. He will fight with Baba Voss and the Queen, but will be friends with others and then trade. It will be a hero or a villain depending on the day. It's been endlessly fun to play and I hope it's fun to watch."

Definitely worth a read. You can find the original in Spanish here, and the English translation here.

See streams on Apple TV+, with a new episode every Friday.

 

Photo: Claudine Baltazar, Grooming: Elena Pacienza, Stylist: Corey Ng

See: Video Interview

 

The video below is a fantastic, lengthy interview with Tom about his role on See. Some great questions got him talking about what his approach to the role has been and what it's been like to join the show in its second season.

 

 

See also stars Jason Momoa, Dave Bautista, and Alfre Woodard. It is available for streaming on Apple TV+, with a new episode every Friday.

Watchmen: Heart Showbiz Hub Podcast

 

Tom stopped by (virtually, of course) the Heart Showbiz Hub with Ashley Roberts podcast to chat with one of the team - who just happens to be his London neighbor. Charlie's conversation with him covered Tom's Mysterious Island shoot with Patrick Stewart, his squinty-eyed likeness to Jude Law, and how to pick a naked blue body double. Click over to the podcast here. Tom's bit starts at about 15:42. Word is there may be more of the interview posted, possibly with video, so check back to see if that becomes available!

Watchmen: Two Radio Interviews

 

 

Two new interviews popped up as Tom continued to publicize the release of the Watchmen Blu-Ray and DVD.

The first was with BBC Radio Surrey, during which Tom chats about how fulfilling his role in Watchmen turned out to be, and what it's like crafting so many versions of the same character. He also reveals he has an upcoming project in Toronto, that's set to start shooting as soon as lockdown is lifted. Tom's interview can be heard at about the 3:11:15 mark.

The second is withJon Brown at Express FM. They take a dive into Tom's experience playing 37 different clones in Watchmen, and talk again about the upcoming project, which turns out to be on the Apple TV platform. No word yet on the title of the show.

 

photo by Leon Bennett