Tom Hiddleston
03/21/2017 at 20:43. Facebook
Famine has been declared in South Sudan. Millions of children are in danger. With your help, UNICEF staff can reach children with life-saving food and care, and help prevent more cases of malnutrition. I’ve been to South Sudan twice to meet children and their families. I've seen the impact UNICEF is making. Here's how to help: [ Link ]
The final Kong: Skull Island trailer! Kong is back. In cinemas all over the world. March 10, 2017. #kongskullisland #kongisking
The new trailer for Kong: Skull Island arrives tomorrow! #kongskullisland #kongisking
Kong: Skull Island. In cinemas all over the world, two weeks from today.
Famine has been declared in parts of #SouthSudan. UNICEF is on the ground, delivering life-saving aid to children who need it most. If you feel able to help, please visit: [ Link ]

Donate to help protect children in South Sudan - Unicef UK
We've been making Kong: Skull Island for almost two years now. The culmination of a huge effort by a tireless crew of incredible, kind, hard-working people. I can't wait to show you. Not long now. #kongskullisland
Kong has been an icon of motion pictures since 1933. He's back. March 10, 2017. Kong: Skull Island #KongSkullIsland
Who, or what, am I tracking? Kong: Skull Island #KongSkullIsland #KongisKing
The last #EmergencyLessons video from Amosh and Anjali in Nepal asks us to show what school means to us, with an emoji. Here’s mine. Share yours, and help celebrate the end of this incredible video series from UNICEF, which shows just how life-changing and vital school is for children who are living through, and in the aftermath of, emergencies.
#EmergencyLessons - this time from Amosh and Anjali in Nepal. For children in emergencies, school is as vital as food and medicine.
Kong: Skull Island. A place where myth and science meet.
Allow me to introduce you.... #kongskullisland
Tom appears on the cover of Interview Magazine's October issue! Read the full interview, by Benedict Cumberbatch, right here: [ Link ]

Kong: Skull Island

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In response to Ali & Gaith, who miss their journey to school, here's mine. School gives children in emergencies routine, normality, and security. For these children, their education means everything. Their journey to school gives them a sense of purpose. For me, it gave me the chance to laugh with my Mum. #EmergencyLessons for UNICEF.
More #EmergencyLessons from UNICEF. Ali & Gaith, two boys from Iraq, who have been displaced by violence there, miss their walk to school. For children in emergencies, school is as vital as food and medicine. Education is power.
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Tom reads from John le Carré's The Night Manager, exclusively for The Guardian.

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Tom Hiddleston reads from John le Carré's The Night Manager – video