During his recent guest appearance on The Graham Norton Show, Tom Hiddleston's behavior - particularly his nonverbal displays - revealed that he's in the final running for the next version of James Bond.
The first two images below display Mr. Hiddleston's body language while fielding questions to his role as another spy in "The Night Manager". The remaining three images are in reference to James Bond. What follows is a partial nonverbal analysis.
This cluster of nonverbal behavior is highly consistent with anxiety and in this context, deception as well.
Neck of Fear
He's choosing his words very carefully (although his body language betray his true thought-emotions).
This MAP Surrogate, is but one example of an Alpha Up-regulator (often seen when a person in an anxiety state is trying to "dial-up" their alpha behavior).
Despite being an accomplished actor, when he's just being himself, Tom Hiddleston can't suppress his anxiety and low emotional comfort. This body language tells us that along with additional episodes of The Night Manager, Mr. Hiddleston is in negotiations for the role of James Bond - despite his verbal denial (did you catch his stuttering and the other paralanguage tells?).
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