Tom Hiddleston may be best known as Loki in the films Thor, The Avengers, Thor: The Dark World, and next year's Thor: Ragnarok, but his prodigious credits also include playing F. Scott Fitzgerald in Woody Allen's Midnight in Paris and starring in Jim Jarmusch's Only Lovers Left Alive. Hiddleston has made a conspicuous mark in Shakespearean roles on stage and screen, including Prince Hal/Henry V in The Hollow Crown (Henry IV, Part 1; Henry IV, Part 2; Henry V) telefilms; the title role in Coriolanus and Cassio in Othello at the Donmar Warehouse; and both Posthumus Leonatus and Cloten in the Cheek by Jowl production of Cymbeline. Other notable credits include The Deep Blue Sea, Crimson Peak, The Gathering Storm, Conspiracy, Wallander, and the new John Le Carré adaptation The Night Manager. As a producer, Marc Abraham shepherded films like Children of Men, Dawn of the Dead, and Spy Game. In 2008, he moved into directing with the biographical drama Flash of Genius., and now he has written, directed and produced the Hank Williams biopic I Saw the Light, starring Tom Hiddleston as Williams. I spoke with the duo April 1, 2016 at San Francisco's Fairmont Hotel.