Tom Hiddleston, the famous thespian who portrayed Thor's dark-haired villainous brother, Loki, in The Avengers and the upcoming November 2013 Thor: The Dark World has a funnier, goofier side. The London-born actor is well-known for his impressive academic studies including time spent at Eton College, the University of Cambridge, and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art; however, he has recently become known for his talented dance moves.
Thirty-two-year-old Hiddleston recently made the appearance while touring abroad to promote the sequel to the popular 2011 Thor.
The devilishly handsome Brit proved that he was completely capable of making hearts swoon, when he decided that dancing was not going to be enough, but that he had to also sing as well. Dressed sharply in a suit, Tom began by humbly lowering himself to the song's original singer, Michael Jackson, before singing "Man in the Mirror" to the many fans hovering around to see him.
"This is what I sing when I go to karaoke bars," Tom explained before continuing, "I apologize if it's not as good as Michael."
The Thor 2 logo in Chinese is the coolest thing ever. Ancient 2,000 year-old gods in ancient 3,000 year-old characte… http://t.co/vSo1LtXzNY
— Tom Hiddleston (@twhiddleston) October 12, 2013
Tom Hiddleston was spending time in Seoul as part of a promotional tour for the release of Thor: The Dark World, which is scheduled for release a week earlier in Asia than in the United States. Fans have been eagerly awaiting the release of the movie. The movie promises to provide a unique paradoxical battle between good and evil where Thor is "faced with an enemy that even Odin and Asgard cannot withstand," according to promotions.
[Image Via Tom Hiddleston's Facebook Page]