Tom Hiddleston Is Looking For A Girlfriend! Is Elizabeth Olsen His Ideal Woman?
Is Tom Hiddleston dating anyone? Well, it seems like if he were to choose, he would definitely like to date someone who reminds him his mother or sister. Read on!
“Crimson Peak” actor, Hiddleston revealed that he feels at ease whenever he’s around with an “independent and capable” women.
The 34-year-old star also admitted that he’s more attracted to females who are “decent and kind,” just like Diana Patricia, his mom.
According to Bang Showbiz (via MSN), when Hiddleston was asked about his ideal type, he simply compared it to his mom and sister by saying, “I like strong women. My mothers and sisters are very strong women, immensely independent and very capable and that’s what I feel comfortable with.”
Hiddleston also said that his mom “places a huge importance on decency and kindness and always has,” and he realized that as he gets older, that kind of woman is very rare nowadays.
Moving on, previous reports claimed that the actor was in a romantic relationship with his “I Saw The Light” co-star, Elizabeth Olsen, since May as both celebrities were spotted together.
However, Olsen in her interview with Refinery29 clarified that she and Hiddleston are just friends.
Olsen said that she knew the actor for about four years, and they just happened to be in the same restaurant at a wrong time having dinner.
Moreover, the 26-year-old pointed out that she’s really used to being linked with her co-stars. She noted that gossips claimed that she’s dating her “The Avengers: Age of Ultron” co-stars like Chris Evans, and even Jeremy Renner’s name was dragged with her, so since it’s not new to Olsen, she told the site that she just don’t react to it.
On the other hand, back with Hiddleston, the actor has a new movie that he’s been promoting recently, the “High-Rise” which is based on the 1975 novel of J.G. Ballard of the same name.
According to Hiddleston, the film revolves around the residents of a London high-rise who part ways into violent tribes and explores themes of technological alienation.
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