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Tom Hiddleston Wins Film Award; Hugh Laurie Chats With WSJ

This week, Tom Hiddleston wins a British National Film Award, while Hugh Laurie chats with The Wall Street Journal. Plus, LAist recommends watching The Night Manager. Read on for more:

• Tom Hiddleston won best actor at the British National Film Awards for his performance in High-Rise, with The Hollywood Reporter noting that the actor “has been riding a wave of popularity recently, thanks to the success of BBC spy drama The Night Manager, in which he stars.”

• In a The Wall Street Journal profile, Hugh Laurie says, “Every antagonist must feel themselves to be a protagonist. Every human being is the star of their own movie. We have to occupy the central role of our own drama, and certainly Roper is the central role of his.”

LAist is looking forward to The Night Manager on Apr. 19, commenting, “There are two reasons why we should all watch The Night Manager: (1) Tom Hiddleston and (2) Hugh Laurie.”

• “It’s a very sumptuous, taut political thriller, spy thriller, espionage thriller,” Tobias Menzies says to Access Hollywood about The Night Manager.

• Previewing The Night Manager, The Cheat Sheet says the show “has been earning plenty of buzz for its stellar cast, anchored by Tom Hiddleston and Hugh Laurie.”

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