Dead gods, cyborg clones, and the end of Asgard — Ragnarok could be a big deal. Marvel recently announced that the third Thor movie, Thor: Ragnarok, is due for release in July 2017, with Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston returning to reprise their roles of Thor and Loki. But what is Thor: Ragnarok, exactly?
“This is a very important movie for us in Phase 3,” said Marvel’s Kevin Feige when announcing the movie. “We plan on taking Thor to another level. It picks up where we leave Thor in ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ and impacts everything that comes after.”
So what are the events that will impact Thor and Asgard, and impact the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe going forward into Phase 3? A couple different comics storylines give us some big hints. Below, we’ll explore Thor: Ragnarok in detail. Read More »
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Does Felicity Jones want to play full Black Cat in the Spider-Man movies? Why are the X-Men back in 1992? Will Cable be in the Deadpool movie? Who is helping Hans Zimmer with the Batman v Superman score? What did Chadwick Boseman have to say now a few days removed from the big Black Panther news? Which Batman character did Ben McKenzie dress as for Halloween? Is Loki going to be in Avengers: Infinity War? How does Jon Favreau feel about the new Marvel movies? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
Avengers: Age of Ultron is going to be big. Very big. Even the first teaser trailer hints at things we weren’t quite sure we’d see in a Marvel movie. Captain America’s shield broken, Steve Rogers somehow in the past, Iron Man fighting The Hulk, Black Panther references, etc. And, of course, some of that stuff can be explained when you look at the Phase 3 plans. Others can’t though and now a few more seemingly inexplicable, but awesome, news has been revealed.
Keeping it vague, a very popular actor who has previously appeared in the MCU did an interview and revealed that he (or she) has a role in Avengers: Age of Ultron and he (or she) is joined by another popular actor who has previously appeared in the MCU. If these Avengers Age of Ultron cameos are true, it’s a spoiler, so be aware. Read More »
The third Thor film, Thor: Ragnarok, will be released July 28, 2017. It was revealed at Tuesday’s Marvel event. Tom Hiddleston will return as Loki. Read more about the film below. Read More »
We’ve got some more details on Legendary and Universal’s new film Skull Island, and they’re awesome. Legendary made the surprise announcement at Comic Con, promising a film that delves into the location of King Kong’s origin. Now Tom Hiddleston is in talks to star in the picture, which will be directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts (The Kings of Summer, You’re the Worst). More info is below.
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Posted on Monday, September 8th, 2014 by Angie Han
To put it mildly, Tom Hiddleston didn’t seem like the most obvious choice to play Hank Williams in the Marc Abraham-directed biopic I Saw the Light. Hiddleston is a classically trained 30something British actor; Williams was an all-American country music legend who was just 29 when he passed away.
But now that he has the role, the question is whether Hiddleston’s got the chops — and naturally, Hiddleston seems very eager to put any doubts to rest. Over the weekend, he took the stage at Michigan’s Wheatland Music Festival for a performance of Williams’ “Move It On Over.” Hit the jump to watch Tom Hiddleston sing as Hank Williams.
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Posted on Wednesday, August 13th, 2014 by Angie Han
With a 2016 release date already in place, MGM and Paramount’s Ben-Hur remake is closing in on a lead. Tom Hiddleston is reportedly being courted for the title role, which was played by Charlton Heston in the 1959 movie. Hit the jump for the latest updates on the Ben-Hur remake.
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After reading Joss Whedon‘s screenplay for The Avengers, star Tom Hiddleston (who plays the villainous Loki) wrote a sweet e-mail to the filmmaker/scribe which has somehow found its way online for all to read. Read Tom Hiddleston’s e-mail to Joss Whedon after the jump.
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