Tom Hiddleston Speaks About The Gothic Sexuality In ‘Crimson Peak’
Guillermo del Toro’s upcoming American gothic romantic horror movie “Crimson Peak” is slated to release on October 16, 2015. The director told iO9 that this one will be filled with kinky and unsettling action. Tom Hiddleston revealed about his role in this much-awaited flick. Minor Spoiler Alert! Read on to get the complete scoop.
The romantic thriller revolves around a crumbling mansion in a mountainous suburban region where young author Edith Cushing, played by Mia Wasikowska, 25, falls for Sir Thomas Sharpe, played by Tom Hiddleston, 34. Post marriage, she discovers that her charming new husband is a mysterious man who leads her into a house of horror and blood.
Tom expressed delight about playing this dark and twisted character.
“Crimson Peak” address incest between Sir Thomas Sharpe and his siblings. Tom told iO9, “They’re a brother and a sister who’ve been orphaned, and they’re in this big old house, and they have a very deep connection. But there’s a lot of other romantic elements in the film, too.”
Tom even admitted that Guillermo del Toro made a full body cast for him. This is leading to speculations and predictions about some insane physical scenes in the movie.
Tom even revealed that there are scenes in the movie, so intense that it was a physically and mentally draining experience for him. Our award-winning villain from “The Avengers” said that he was bruised all over.
As a smoky treat to all Hiddleston fans, there’s floating news about “Crimson Peak” featuring Tom’s sex scene with Jessica Chastain who plays Sir Thomas’ sister.
Tom informed moviefone that his character in the movie is driven by the two most powerful forces of nature – Sex and Death.
The franchise claims that the extremely pronounced sexuality of the movie wouldn’t overshadow the scares genre.
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