Thanks to Gabby from Tom Hiddleston Online we’ve got HD screencaptures from bluray disc of Only Lovers Left Alive. Enjoy them!!!
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Two HQ scans of Tom Hiddleston and Jessica Chastain for Crisom Peak has been added to the gallery. They come from the italian magazine Best Movie.
Magazine Scans > 2014 > Best Movie – July 7, 2014
Don’t worry, he’s got this! Tom Hiddleston has responded to those upset with his role as Hank Williams in the upcoming film I Saw the Light. The actor understands that giving a British guy the part of an American legend is unconventional, but he wants everyone to know he takes the position very seriously. “It’s a huge role for me and a huge responsibility. I’m going to give it everything I’ve got,” he told the Daily Mail. Perhaps that will help allay the fears of Williams’ grandson Hank Williams III, who wanted a more American actor like Matthew Mcconaughey to tackle the part. But if Hiddleston’s words aren’t convincing enough, let’s remember Hiddleston has been underestimated before … and he pulled through marvelously. (Get it? Marvel-ous.)
Maybe Hank Williams III hasn’t heard of a little film called Thor, or Avengers, or Thor: The Dark World because the last time Hiddleston was underestimated he ended up playing Loki, turning him into the tricky villain who charmed the hearts of a thousand fangirlsand totally stole the show in Thor 2.
Back in 2009 when Hiddleston was first cast as Thor’s brother, Vulture severely underrated the British actor in an article titled “Marvel Rolls Dice, Casts No-names for Thor.”
Despite rumors that had everyone from Shia LaBeouf to Josh Hartnett being cast in Kenneth Branagh’s version of Thor, two virtual unknowns will instead be handed the keys to the Marvel franchise. Australian actor Chris Hemsworth, whom you might recall from the opening scene ofStar Trek, will play the Norse superhero, and Tom Hiddleston has been cast as his nemesis, Loki. Let’s hope they follow the J.J. Abrams route and put the money they saved in casting straight to special effects.
Yes, Hiddleston may have been unknown at the time, but handing him those Marvel keys was one of the smartest decisions a casting director has ever made. Hiddleston took the character to new heights and totally elevated his career along with it, which probably helped him land the I Saw the Light role in the first place.
Hiddleston’s doubters may be frustrated with this casting choice, but in addition to his good track record at pulling through, he will also be working alongside Grammy Award-winning country star Rodney Crowell to perfect the musical side of his character. ”I’ve already started singing and playing every day,” Hiddleston says. “[Crowell’s] already expanded my vocal range and given me a few pointers about adapting my own tone to sound like Hank … and [Crowell will] be on hand throughout the shoot.”
So if you’re doubtful Hiddleston can pull this off, just remember the last time he was the underdog, he took on one of Marvel’s best and most recognizable villains and came out on top. So, don’t worry people, everything’s going to be okay.
Lets face it, eventually we will be seeing The Joker hit the screens again and probably sooner than we expect. With the upcoming Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice movie that is set to be the start of a string of Justice League movies, eventually Batman is going to have to face his Arch Enemy.
It has already been 6 years since The Dark Knight hit theaters in 2008, and Heath Ledger delivered the performance of his life time. He gave us a different type of Joker. One that was sadistic, darker, and more terrifying than we have seen in the past.
But no matter who comes in to play the role, fans everywhere will be comparing them to Heath. I’ve heard some rumors that Adrien Brody wants to take on the role that he lost to Heath back in 2008 but he would not be my choice for the role. While I don’t think this would be possible I would love to see Tom Hiddleston play the part.
The Avengers have Assembled for comic book fan Stratford Caldecott.
The 60-year-old has been diagnosed with terminal prostate cancer and was unable to see the latest film Captain America: Winter Soldier in the cinema. With its August DVD release three months away, his daughter Sofie took to social media to help boost her father’s spirits and persuade Marvel to send an early copy to his home.
— Sophie Caldecott (@SophieCaldecott) 12 Maggio 2014
The internet soon mobilised and Marvel agreed to arrange a special screening for Stratford. But that wasn’t all…
On her blog, Sofie also set out her intention to “tweet the Avengers actors and see if they will take a picture of themselves holding a sign saying ‘Captain America/Thor/Iron Man [insert name of character here] for Strat!’ so that we can surprise him with their messages of support and encouragement.”
The film’s cast didn’t disappoint, with the likes of Tom Hiddleston, Chris Hemsworth, Robert Downey Jr, Chris Evans and Samuel L Jackson all sending their support via the social networking site, accompanied by the hashtag #CapForStrat.
— Tom Hiddleston (@twhiddleston) 16 Maggio 2014
The Thor actor is reported to be considering the role of Stelios Kyriakides, the Greek marathon runner who survived the Nazi occupation of Athens
Among his many talents, we reckon Tom Hiddleston is a dab hand when it comes to running.
Could his next role be that of Greek marathon runner Stelios Kyriakides? According to industry website, The Tracking Board, the British actor is being lined up to star as Stelios Kyriakides, the Greek marathon runner who lived in Athens during the Nazi occupation.
The athlete – who competed at the 1936 Berlin Olympics – ran in the Boston Marathon after the war, going on to win the event and raise funds for Greece’s relief effort.
The film, written by Bill Wheeler (The Reluctant Fundamentalist), is expected to focus on one specific period of Kyriakides’ life and is yet to find a director, with Hiddleston’s attachment still very much in the rumour stage.
If he does climb on board, his involvement will make for a busy 2014 with roles already confirmed in Guillermo del Toro’s gothic horror Crimson Peak (which he’s currently filming) and Ben Wheatley’s High Rise co-starring Jeremy Irons and Sienna Miller.