(Hiddleston plays Loki, the most devilishly charming comic villain to ever grace the film screen, and Olsen recently reprised her role as the Scarlet Witch in “They’ve been talking constantly.
“Neither of them are looking to jump into a large commitment, but it’s getting more serious.” Olsen, 26, and the British hunk, 34, were recently spotted getting cozy while walking down the street together in Oxford on July 21.
Two days later, they took a taxi to attend Bradley Cooper’s West End production of The Elephant Man.
It’s the sort of room that calls for a high level of self-possession on the part of its occupants.
However, it swiftly becomes clear that Sally Hawkins is not remotely self-possessed.
This is her second nomination at the prestigious event, having previously won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture (Musical or Comedy) back in 2008, for her leading role as Poppy in Mike Leigh's Happy-Go-Lucky.
Roberts has been nominated seven times, and won three (Erin Brockervich, Pretty Woman, Steel Magnolias), while Lawrence was nominated for the first time last year in the Best Actress category for Silver Linings Playbook, and won.
She appeared in two Woody Allen films, Cassandra's Dream (2007), and in Blue Jasmine (2013), the latter for which she received nominations for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, the BAFTA and the Golden Globe.
Hawkins has appeared in many stage productions with the Royal Court Theatre, and in 2010 she made her Broadway debut in Mrs Warren's Profession.
On television, she starred in the BBC adaptations of Tipping The Velvet as Zena Blake, Fingersmith (2005) as Sue Trinder, and Persuasion (2007) as Anne Elliot. Hawkins first developed an interest in acting at the age of three when she went to a circus show.