Actor Tom Hiddleston, who is well-known for his mischievous and infamous role as Thor's brother Loki, in MCU movies, finds fame to be interesting. The actor feels that he has earned a lot of fame recently, and it is very interesting to him.
The 35-year-old Thor actor said that staying in the spotlight all the while in the recent days has made him feel "there are many sides to a story".
"It's (fame) interesting, we all live in a world where every firm has a camera, and there's nothing new really about the spotlight on me. I think the spotlight, that's what happens when you're a public figure."
"What have I learned about it? Maybe it's too soon to tell... I've learned that there are many sides to a story and that sometimes there are a lot of stories out there which are false, and the hardest thing is to not let the falsehoods affect your mind."
When asked if the fame and the spotlight on his personal life bother him, the actor said,
"Everything you do you have to make sure you truly believe in it and as long as you know that, it doesn't matter what anyone else says about it because the nature of being a public figure is that everyone will have an opinion about anything you do."
"And as long as you know why you've done something and you've committed to it with authenticity then you're OK."