An open letter to all Hiddlestoners who plan on doing the Coriolanus stage door
The kind of interactions we have seen between Tom and his fans this week, was just out-of-this-world crazy. Touching, hugging, cuddling, singing - you name it, it happened.
I don’t think Tom is doing himself a favor with about 3 months of stage door coming up.
3 months, where, night after night, excited fans will wait for Tom, after a long and physically exhausting performance, and will expect THIS.
…there will be nights, where he’s tired, and just wants to go to bed.
…there will be nights, where he is fighting a cold, and barely made it through the play.
…there will be nights, where friends from out-of-town came to see him perform, and he wants to finish, so he can be with them.
Can we please mentally prepare for not getting pictures or autographs or THIS?
Let’s all try and make this an enjoyable time for Tom. And us.
Pictures not my own
Reblogging this as it turns out that there will be no stage door during the first week. Please respect Tom and the rest of the cast and crew at the Donmar’s. THANKS!
SIGNAL BOOST, Hiddlestoners!
If you meet the guy, respect him and get your manners on.
on the other hand. it’s a nice idea to write this and it’s useful as well, but it’s part of his job to expect fans waiting for him. I think he is a grown man and can handle it. I signed on conventions for 6 days 15 per day and I kept my cool and hugged and posed with everyone and drew millions of pictures and signatures, if I can do it, so can he. (promotion is always hard, no matter the field of work you are in)
yes respect is important, but having fans is in the job description, and I think he KNOWS that.
but anyways, good advice, keep your horses calm when you meet him girls, and an advice from me - DON’T scream, he hates screaming a lot.
look at my little baby destroying people
Let’s make out and play video games in our underwear.
ScarJo looks like she had been waiting her entire career to do that with Sandra.