See: Video Interview

 

The video below is a fantastic, lengthy interview with Tom about his role on See. Some great questions got him talking about what his approach to the role has been and what it's been like to join the show in its second season.

 

 

See also stars Jason Momoa, Dave Bautista, and Alfre Woodard. It is available for streaming on Apple TV+, with a new episode every Friday.

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.

 

Watchmen: More from the Red Carpet

More interviews have popped up from the Los Angeles premiere of Watchmen.

At 1:05 in the post below, Tom is doing his best to answer questions while giving absolutely nothing away, lest the HBO suits descend upon him.

 

 

You can also see Tom at :52 in this video telling us that we may try to guess what's going on, but we are in for some surprises.

 

 

Watchmen: KTLA5 Interview

 

The morning after the Los Angeles premiere of Watchmen, Tom visited the KTLA studios for an interview, which you can watch below. He couldn't say much about his Watchmen character, Mr. Phillips, but we do get our first look at him. We learn that they block shot most of his scenes for the season with Jeremy Irons in a castle in Wales over the course of a month, before the bulk of most of the scripts were even written. Tom explains that he did have a history with Watchmen, even before the show. He read the original graphic novel as an angry 17 year old and it made him even angrier, then happened to pick it up again a couple of years ago, and reading it again at a different stage in his life gave him a different perspective on it. Six months after re-reading it that second time, Damon Lindelof called and asked him to "come be weird and British" in his new show.

 

 

Watchmen premieres this Sunday, October 20th at 9pm on HBO in the US. The show is also airing around the world, so check your local listings to find the show where you are.