I’m sorry Lisa but this was my case- everything was quite clear, everything adds up.
Hmm? What about the son, Sten? I suppose you missed another one there.
How shall this bosom multiplied digest the senate’s courtesy? Let deeds express what’s like to be their words:
'We did request it, we are the greater poll, and in true fear they gave us our demands'
What is it, Ava?
Can I come in?
Isn’t it time to get up?
Darling, can’t we sleep a little longer?
But it’s dark out already. I’m starving.
Go away, we’re still sleeping.
In a little while we’ll all get up and have breakfast together, alright?
We have you here at Marvel Headquarters today and I thought why don’t we do a word association. Whatever comes to into your head…[x]
Joanna Hogg: The first thing I asked Tom to read before “Archipelago” was Dostoevsky’s “The Idiot”, before I’d even written a word. Tom, there was one other work, which you suggested I look at… We don’t have to mention it… [whispers] “The Snowman”.
Tom Hiddleston Oh, “The Snowman”, absolutely! I don’t know how I came to think of it. I think I’d watched it recently and Edward was swimming around in my head. It’s beautiful.
Joanna Hogg: I thought it was spot on.
Tom Hiddleston: I saw this boy and thought: Edward is this boy grown up. So those pyjamas Edward wears are those pyjamas from “The Snowman”. I don’t wear those pyjamas! It helped when we went around getting costumes from charity shops in west London. [x]