"I try to find their weaknesses. It’s very easy to think, ‘This person’s cool, let’s go out looking really cool.’ But I find it much more interesting to find out what frightens them. It opens up the character to more possibilities. That’s why a lot of the characters I play are vaguely pathetic." –Tom Mison (x)

"I try to find their weaknesses. It’s very easy to think, ‘This person’s cool, let’s go out looking really cool.’ But I find it much more interesting to find out what frightens them. It opens up the character to more possibilities. That’s why a lot of the characters I play are vaguely pathetic." –Tom Mison (x)

cyanommetaphobia:

thetomhiddlestoneffect:

Behind the scenes photos from “A Waste of Shame”? o_O Thank you Internetz!

This made for TV movie hits all my fangirl hotspots…Hiddles, Rupert Graves, and Tom Mison (yeah, he has an extremely small part, but he’s in there!). God Bless the BBC.

DID YOU JUST FUCKING SAY TOM MISON

[SCREAMS]

(Source: justbecause05)

Tom Mison as Charles Bingley in Lost in Austen (Part 1)

Have you ever played kiss chicken? Here’s your chance. [x]

I’ve always thought Tom looked a little disappointed at first that Orlando didn’t try to kiss him.

ALL PALEYFEST PANELS WILL BE LIVE STREAMED!

You can watch the Sleepy Hollow panel here, or download the PaleyFest app to watch on a device. The live stream starts at 7:30pm PT on Wednesday, March 19th.

Mr. Darcy and Mr. Bingley | Pride & Prejudice (2005), Lost in Austen (2009)

Between him and Darcy there was a very steady friendship, in spite of a great opposition of character. Bingley was endeared to Darcy by the easiness, openness, ductility of his temper, though no disposition could offer a greater contrast to his own, and though with his own he never appeared dissatisfied. On the strength of Darcy’s regard, Bingley had the firmest reliance, and of his judgment the highest opinion. In understanding, Darcy was the superior. Bingley was by no means deficient, but Darcy was clever. He was at the same time haughty, reserved, and fastidious, and his manners, though well-bred, were not inviting. In that respect his friend had greatly the advantage. Bingley was sure of being liked wherever he appeared; Darcy was continually giving offense.

"The irony being that your generation is purportedly two inches taller than mine. On average."

sleepyhollowers:

tommisonfans:

Entertainment Weekly columnist  Sandra Gonzalez will be moderating the Sleepy Hollow panel at PaleyFest

We have seen Tom and know he will be there. Now which others of the cast will be also?

So far, it’s been announced that Nicole, Orlando, Katia and Lyndie will also be there from the cast, as well as EP’s Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci, Heather Kadin, Mark Goffman and Ken Olin. Additional panelists may possibly still be announced - maybe Albert Kim will be there too? Would love it if John Cho and John Noble showed up.

sleepyhollowers:

tommisonfans:

Entertainment Weekly columnist  Sandra Gonzalez will be moderating the Sleepy Hollow panel at PaleyFest

We have seen Tom and know he will be there. Now which others of the cast will be also?

So far, it’s been announced that Nicole, Orlando, Katia and Lyndie will also be there from the cast, as well as EP’s Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci, Heather Kadin, Mark Goffman and Ken Olin. Additional panelists may possibly still be announced - maybe Albert Kim will be there too? Would love it if John Cho and John Noble showed up.

Entertainment Weekly columnist  Sandra Gonzalez will be moderating the Sleepy Hollow panel at PaleyFest

Entertainment Weekly columnist  Sandra Gonzalez will be moderating the Sleepy Hollow panel at PaleyFest

our-destinies-entwined:

tommisonfans:

FYI, y’all

Wait what :l Lame! Last year, panels were streamed live.

This isn’t for PaleyFest, it’s for the SAG Foundation Center Q&A they are doing the day before!

our-destinies-entwined:

tommisonfans:

FYI, y’all

Wait what :l Lame! Last year, panels were streamed live.

This isn’t for PaleyFest, it’s for the SAG Foundation Center Q&A they are doing the day before!

Anonymous asked
Do you have any made for TV movie projects in the works in the near future and if yes, what are they, pray tell ? Thanks, Debbie

Hi Debbie!

As far as I know, Tom doesn’t have any made for TV movie projects coming up, but you never know what he’s gotten up to during the hiatus, so I’ll let you know if I find out about anything.

He does have a couple of new things coming up, though - a radio production of Hamlet will be broadcast on March 24th on BBC Radio 4 (he plays Laertes), and he has a cameo in the movie Posh, directed by Lone Scherfig, which will be out later this year. And, of course, we all live in hope that one day we’ll get to see the movie he shot a few years ago called Dead Cat, which won all sort of film festival awards, but was never released.