Watchmen: NME Interview

 

 

To mark the release of the Watchmen Blu-ray and DVD, Tom had a chat with Sam Warner at NME. Read the interview in full on their website.

Tom remarked that Damon Lindelof walking away after one season was the classiest move in television he's seen in years, and he's just fine with it stopping there. He calls it a "perfect series."

He also relates how he tried very hard to pry the secret of Dr. Manhattan out of the higher ups on set, but was never quite able to, so he found out the same time the rest of us did.

As for what his characters, all the clones and the Game Warden, would do if there did happen to be a second season? “It would be the question of they’re still on Europa, or whether they managed to escape and an army of butlers come down to Earth to hunt down Ozymandias for leaving them. That’s one idea. Or they just stay on Europa and have a massive orgy until the sun explodes." There you go, Damon.

Watchmen: Or Should We Say "Washmen"

The gang joins together once more to fight...the coronavirus!

Watchmen cast members, many in character, appear in a 2 minute video to encourage everyone to wash their hands properly to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Tom appears as several of his character's variations in the funny and heartfelt clip.

 

Everything I Wanted to Tell My Daughter About Men: Reading Raises Funds

 

On Thursday, Tom performed in a reading of the black comedy "Everything I Wanted to Tell My Daughter About Men," presented in association with Rise and The Circle. Actors joining him on stage included Saffron Burrows, Jason Isaacs and Oliver Chris. Profits from the performance will go towards supporting survivors of sexual abuse.

 

Photos by David M. Benett

Everything I Wanted to Tell My Daughter About Men: Tom Joins Reading

 

It has been announced that Tom will take place in a live reading of the black comedy Everything I Ever Wanted to Tell My Daughter About Men, on Thursday, February 20th at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London. The project was originally meant for stage, but then adapted into a film detailing a mother relating her relationship history backwards, exploring the results of a sexual assault on her choices and her relationship experiences, so her daughter won't repeat the mistakes she made. The reading is a fundraiser, with the proceeds going to survivors of sexual violence. For tickets, visit the Globe's website. For more information on the project, visit the film's website, tellmydaughter.com.