Tom Hiddleston has just given us another reason to love him.
As if his adorable rendition of "Bare Necessities" or his spot-on impersonations of Owen Wilson and Samuel L. Jackson weren't enough, the guy goes and does this.
During a special Halloween screening of his upcoming film Thor: The Dark World at a theater in New York City's Times Square, the man who plays Loki in the movie stepped out and surprised all the kids in attendance, the New York Daily News reports.
Hiddleston had just flown in from London specifically for the event, during which he thanked the charities being honored and spent some quality time with all the young fans.
"It was amazing," the 32-year-old actor told the Daily News. "To see that enthusiasm, to see them clap and cheer, wearing Loki T-shirts and swinging hammers, that was really gratifying."
He added, "For charities like Variety of New York and Children's Aid Society and UNICEF, who I have done some work for, I believe so strongly in their work. There are armies of people behind the scenes who do tireless work on behalf of children all over the world. So it's nothing for me to turn up and introduce a screening for them. I hope it's a nice reward."
Thor: The Dark World hits theaters Nov. 8.