Samuel L. Jackson has just treated Brits to a brief but hilarious impression of his 'Kong: Skull Island' co-star Tom Hiddleston, doing a British accent far more posh than what he actually sounds like. Following Tom's impression of Sam back in 2013, things are now even.

Tom Hiddleston, Brie Larson and Samuel L. JacksonTom Hiddleston and Samuel L. Jackson have now both done impressions of each other

The 68-year-old actor found himself in the same part of Oahu, Hawaii where he previously shot 1993's 'Jurassic Park' when he did his most recent movie 'Kong: Skull Island'. That meant getting to see a lot tourists doing the Jurassic Park Location Tour, though he was mostly hidden from them in his trailer. However, he suspects they might have seen a lot of Tom Hiddleston.

'They probably saw Tom because Tom always jogged from the trailer to the set', he said in an interview on BBC Radio 1, mimicking a jog by swinging his arms with his thumbs sticking out and proceding to exclaim 'Hello, hello!' in the most affected Southern English accent you ever heard. 'Tom was jogging and getting his early morning sheen on.'

It was all in good humour, though, because Samuel is well-known for his love of British culture. In fact, he also revealed what his favourite British slang was - which, naturally, turns out to be quite a strong swear word and one that is rarely appropriate for him to use in the States.

More: Read our review of 'Kong: Skull Island'

His terrible impression was extremely reminiscent of when Tom Hiddleston did an impersonation of Samuel L. Jackson as if he were playing Loki. It was on the red carpet at the premiere for 'Only Lovers Left Alive' and the line was this: 'Mmm! I am Loki of Asgard! And I am burdened with glorious motherf***ing purpose!' Tom is well known for his incredible impressions, and while he was under pressure on this occasion, it was still a pretty good go.