Interview: Variety 2/23/15 "Tom Mison Talks Game-Changing Season Ender"

Tom has a chat with Laura Prudom of Variety about the Sleepy Hollow Season 2 Finale and what it means for a potential Season 3.

Tom to Appear at Wizard World Comic Con in Las Vegas

 

 

Tom will be appearing at the Wizard Wold Comic Con on Saturday, April 25th and Sunday, April 26th. He will be doing an autograph session, photo ops and there is even a Tom Mison VIP Experience available! For more information and tickets, visit the Wizard World website.

UPDATE: The VIP Experience includes show admission, getting guaranteed seating at the Tom Mison panel, autograph, photo op, an exclusive Tom Mison celebrity trading card and more. Details can be found here.

 

Interview: Ichabod is Done Being Capt. Nice Guy

 

 

TVLine has posted a very entertaining, candid interview with Tom about tonight's Season 2 finale. With all that went down in last week's episode -- you know, his wife and his son trying to kill him, his work-wife getting sucked into a time travel vortex -- Ichabod is D O N E. In fact Tom was done too. '“I didn’t want Ichabod to plead with [Katrina],” he says. “I think there’s been so much of that. I got really bored of seeing a weak Ichabod.”' He goes on to talk about the cool callbacks to the pilot in last week's episode and playing 18th century Ichabod.

But no Sleepy Hollow interview with Tom is complete without the inevitable Ichabbie questions and his inevitably cheeky answers:

TVLINE | It goes along with the fact that there have been a lot of lines in the past few episodes reaffirming the Witnesses’ connection and why the way the two of them relate to each other is special.
Yeah, lots. [Laughs]

TVLINE | You can almost see the subtitles underneath: “Stay with us, fans. We’ve got this.”
[Laughs harder] Yeah, exactly. They belong together, whether it’s the 18th century or the 21st century or whatever century. Whether it’s in America or England. Wherever they were destined to meet, they will be together and they will be drawn to each other.

TVLINE | You know, when you say things like that, what people read into it.
Am I ‘shipping?

TVLINE | You are ‘shipping hard.
I have said nothing about romance. Ichabod’s britches are firmly on when I say that. [Laughs] Just because I said they’re drawn together doesn’t mean they’re going to roll around in 18th-century hay together.

He just can't help himself. 

Read the complete interview on TVLine.com, and watch the Sleepy Hollow Season 2 finale TONIGHT at 9 pm/8c on FOX.

Interview: Time Travel and a Very Different Ichabod

Tom had a chat with Marisa Roffman from Give Me My Remote about the Sleepy Hollow finale and he gave her some great insight into what we can expect from Monday's episode. Time travel is always tricky, but it turns out we needn't get anxious about how it will be handled:

"I'll admit, I was worried," Mison acknowledged. "When time travel comes into anything, there's the possibility of it becoming very, very confusing. There's the possibility if you start to try and pick [the story] apart, it will fall to pieces. But then I found out the way around it [with what the writers are doing], and I thought, 'That's brilliant. That's a brilliant way around all the the intricate difficulties of time travel'...I think they dealt with it in a very smart, simple, clean way."

He goes on to say that we'll be seeing a very different Ichabod in the 18th century than the 21st century version we're used to, and how being able to explore that part of the character for longer than just a quick flashback or two was "such a treat." Reading the interview, you get a real sense of how well he has crafted the role, and the nuances he's put into it that may not necessarily be picked up on consciously, but make it such a remarkable performance overall. Click through the link above to read the full interview.

The Sleepy Hollow finale "Tempus Fugit" airs this Monday at 9 pm/8c on FOX.

 

Photo by Brownie Harris/FOX

 

“I’ll admit, I was worried,” Mison acknowledged. “When time travel comes into anything, there’s the possibility of it becoming very, very confusing. There’s the possibility if you start to try and pick [the story] apart, it will fall to pieces. But then I found out the way around it [with what the writers are doing], and I thought, ‘That’s brilliant. That’s a brilliant way around all the intricate difficulties of time travel’…I think they dealt with it in a very smart, simple, clean way.” - See more at: http://www.givememyremote.com/remote/2015/02/20/sleepy-hollow-tom-mison-previews-the-brilliant-finale-teases-a-very-different-ichabod/#sthash.w9yzod1X.dpuf
“I’ll admit, I was worried,” Mison acknowledged. “When time travel comes into anything, there’s the possibility of it becoming very, very confusing. There’s the possibility if you start to try and pick [the story] apart, it will fall to pieces. But then I found out the way around it [with what the writers are doing], and I thought, ‘That’s brilliant. That’s a brilliant way around all the intricate difficulties of time travel’…I think they dealt with it in a very smart, simple, clean way.” - See more at: http://www.givememyremote.com/remote/2015/02/20/sleepy-hollow-tom-mison-previews-the-brilliant-finale-teases-a-very-different-ichabod/#sthash.w9yzod1X.dpuf
“I’ll admit, I was worried,” Mison acknowledged. “When time travel comes into anything, there’s the possibility of it becoming very, very confusing. There’s the possibility if you start to try and pick [the story] apart, it will fall to pieces. But then I found out the way around it [with what the writers are doing], and I thought, ‘That’s brilliant. That’s a brilliant way around all the intricate difficulties of time travel’…I think they dealt with it in a very smart, simple, clean way.” - See more at: http://www.givememyremote.com/remote/2015/02/20/sleepy-hollow-tom-mison-previews-the-brilliant-finale-teases-a-very-different-ichabod/#sthash.w9yzod1X.dpuf