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Roberts. Tom Hiddlestone


Cheeky #selfie with Ben from @carolinastory and Tom Hiddlestone. #asyoudo #ama #nashville (x)


Happy Birthday, Hank Williams first off. Not really sure what to say past that. Great time at the @americanafest awards show tonight followed by some of our favorites at Robert’s Western Worldand meeting some good folks. (x)

Thanks to precursorpress for the instagram photos!

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the John one is so sad cause he’s so sure it’s Sherlock and then it’s not and he’s sad

I think people who say Martin always plays the same character have never actually watched him in anything.

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announcement: to star and Jordan Vogt-Roberts () to direct.

Legendary announced its plans to make a feature film based on the cinematic origins of King Kong during this year’s San Diego Comic Con with an original draft of the script by Max Borenstein. Previous works have touched on the island, but staying on and exploring this mysterious and dangerous place offers Legendary the opportunity to take audiences deeper inside this rich world with a style and scope that parallels other Legendary productions. Universal Pictures will distribute the film on November 4, 2016.

Vogt-Roberts directed and executive produced the Sundance darling THE KINGS OF SUMMER.  He has also directed the pilot and multiple episodes of FX’s new series “You’re the Worst” and is set to direct METAL GEAR SOLID for Sony. His other credits include directing the pilot of “Cocked” for Amazon Studios and directing and executive producing the concert documentary NICK OFFERMAN: AMERICAN HAM. He is represented by UTA, 3 Arts Entertainment and attorneys Alan Wertheimer and Andy Gawker.

Hiddleston’s credits include MIDNIGHT IN PARIS, ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE, and WAR HORSE. He is also known for portraying Thor’s nemesis and brother, Loki, in Marvel’s THOR, THOR: THE DARK WORLD, and THE AVENGERS. Upcoming projects include Legendary’s gothic horror CRIMSON PEAK from director Guillermo del Toro, Ben Wheatley’s adaptation of J.G. Ballard’s HIGH-RISE and Marc Abraham’s Hank Williams biopic I SAW THE LIGHT. He is repped by William Morris Endeavor, Hamilton Hodell and Authentic Management. 

Legendary’s recent releases include GODZILLA, 300: RISE OF AN EMPIRE and the Guillermo del Toro directed PACIFIC RIM as well as the Jackie Robinson biopic 42 and MAN OF STEEL with Warner Bros. In addition to WARCRAFT, highlights from Legendary’s upcoming slate include BLACKHAT and CRIMSON PEAK.

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Siempre me dejo manejar por el consumismo. Digo, por el “fanatismo”.

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Tom Hiddleston Behind the Scenes of Friend Request Pending (x)

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Tom Hiddleston by Greg Williams

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My inner 10-year-old is brimming with joy! 💠
#spicegirls #spice #greatesthits #girlpower 💪



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Sept. 8, 2014

Another one because I also painted it but I liked the lineart work better and I have mixed feelings about how this looks w/color so here it is…

I drew this because I didn’t feel like making gifs this year and ALSO THE BEARD. the BEARD was begging for it to be immortalized on paper. 

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jerryroe: Tom Hiddleston and I suspect that you aren’t from around here, think you should bump it on down the road. #hats #redneckmeetsshakespeare (x)

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Tom Hiddleston at Wheatland Music Festival 2014 by Petra Daher [HQ]

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Tom Hiddleston makes a surprise appearance at the Wheatland Music Festival in Remus this past weekend. Hiddleston confirmed on stage that he is preparing to play Hank Williams in a new movie.

In many ways, the Wheatland Music Festival is about Mother Nature, and she blessed this year’s event with near-perfect weather.

A bit of rain on Friday didn’t stop music lovers from enjoying the festival, and they came in droves, even though nobody had any idea that “Thor” actor Tom Hiddleston was going to take the stage.

Wheatland vice president Tom T. Ball recalled that last year’s festival would have been hard to beat in terms of weather, the lineup and the overall ambience.

“At the end last year, I thought, how are we ever going to top this?” Ball said Monday. “This year, if we didn’t, we came close.”

Beautiful weather combined with a lineup that Ball and others on the Wheatland Board of Directors were sure would please guests did just that, and all of the long winter days preparing for this year’s event fell into place.

Thousands of people attended the annual festival Friday, Saturday and Sunday, camping and enjoying traditional music and arts at the 160-acre site.

Ball said after all the work the board put into this year’s festival, it’s great to see it come to fruition.

And as it turned out, Hiddleston’s appearance with country artist Rodney Crowell put the rural music organization and its festival in the national if not international entertainment spotlight.

Hiddleston, who acted in Joss Whedon’s “The Avengers,” Alan Taylor’s “Thor: The Dark World” and other films, performed Hank Williams’ “Move It on Over” and other songs Saturday night.

Crowell’s wife told Ball that he is mentoring Hiddleston in preparation for his portrayal of Hank Williams Sr. in an upcoming biopic, “I Saw the Light.”

During the festival, Crowell introduced Ball to Hiddleston as “his friend Tom.”

Ball talked about the upcoming film with Hiddleston during the festival.

Ball said Crowell is a natural role model for someone looking to learn about country music, having been in the business for 40 years or more.

Reports of Hiddleston’s “crashing” Wheatland were rampant Monday, with accounts Time, Rolling Stone Country, the New York Daily News, Billboard and other websites.

According to published reports, production for “I Saw the Light” begins in October in Louisiana, and Ball is confident the British-born Hiddleston will shine.

“He’s a pro; he’ll deliver,” Ball said, adding that it isn’t clear whether the actor will do the singing in the movie.

With or without Hiddleston, Wheatland was successful this year, with just a few small challenges arising, Ball said.

I couldn’t have imagined it going any better,” he said.