Tom Hiddleston, who’s currently tuning up to croon as Hank Williams in I Saw the Light, will star in Legendary’s big-budget King-Kong spin-off (of sorts), titled Skull Island. Jordan Vogt-Roberts (The Kings of Summer) will direct a script written by Max Borenstein (Godzilla) that explores the mysterious island that was the home of Kong and other terrifying prehistoric creatures. “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,” said the company, in a statement. “Universal Pictures will distribute the film on Nov. 4, 2016.”
At Comic-Con in July, Legendary’s Thomas Tull had announced plans for Skull Island, and Attack the Block‘s Joe Cornish was rumored to be the frontrunner to direct. A Skull Island movie, penned by Godzilla‘s scribe, could further speculation that Legendary is planning a Godzilla/Kong crossover at some point.
MANILA, Philippines – Back by popular demand, the British Embassy Manila kicks off a seven-month period of GREAT activities that showcase the best of British business and culture to Filipino audiences.
The GREAT campaign launches with the much-anticipated performance of National Theatre Live’s production of William Shakespeare’s Coriolanus, with a cast led by Tom Hiddleston, best known for his charismatic portrayal of the Marvel villain Loki in The Avengers and Thor. Mark Gatiss of Sherlock and Doctor Who also stars in the production.
Ayala Cinemas will be broadcasting the live stage performance from London through special screenings on Sept. 5 and 6 in Greenbelt 3.
British Amb. Asif Ahmad said, “The tremendous success of our last GREAT campaign has prompted us to launch another fantastic line-up of events that features the full spectrum of the best in British industry, business, entertainment, fashion and the arts.”
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The production process for the action and fantasy Marvel movie Thor 3 will soon begin, with the news being confirmed that Craig Kyle has been roped in as a writer this time. He will be collaborating on the script with one of the writers from the last Thor movie, Christoffer Yost.
Marvel Studios had confirmed Thor 3 in January this year, and it is being speculated that it can come out by the end of 2016. The studio had revealed that the third movie in Thor Series is already under development.
Kevin Feige has mentioned that Thor 3 has been declared along with Marvel’s other gem, Captain America.
The plot of the movie was discussed on several movie blogs while one of them revealed that this movie will circle around how Thor will Sabotage the world of Asgard. This is adopted from Ragnarok’s story from an action comic book series.
The Super Villain Loki, which is played by actor Tom Hiddleston, will be increasing the fun again this time. Hiddleston discussed many tid-bits from the plot of Thor 3 in his interactions with the media.
One of the High points of his many discussions was when he revealed while talking on the subject of Ragnarok that this time all the limits of destruction will be crossed as the level of mass demolition can be extended to the outer Universe even.
He also mentioned that Loki might be the driving force behind these actions. We could also get to see the interactions between Balder and Loki again as Balder will possibly work under Loki for his missions.
Chris Hemsworth is all ready to come back as Thor again while Natalie Portman will also make a return in this sequel with her character.
— Tom Hiddleston (@twhiddleston) 18 Agosto 2014
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Tom Hiddleston is being courted to play the lead role in an ambitious remake of the biblical epic Ben-Hur, reports Deadline.
Wanted director Timur Bekmambetov was announced as the man to take the new version forward in 2013, after studio MGM bought screenwriter Keith Clarke’s adaptation of Lew Wallace’s popular 1880 novel Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ. The screenplay has since been revised by 12 Years a Slave’s Oscar-winning writer John Ridley.
Hiddleston is said to be MGM and partner studio Paramount’s top choice to play Judah Ben-Hur, the fictional Jewish prince introduced in Wallace’s novel and portrayed by Charlton Heston in the 1959 blockbuster. He has been approached by the studio, but has not yet agreed to sign on.
While Hiddleston has made a name for himself with supporting turns in Thor and The Avengers, Bekmambetov’s film would mark his first major Hollywood title role. However, the British actor is also considering another film for MGM, the literary adaptation Me Before You, based on Jojo Moyes’ bestselling novel.