It’s hard to know exactly what’s going on with Daniel Craig’s future as James Bond. Ever since the release of ‘Spectre’ it’s been widely assumed that Daniel Craig wouldn’t be returning as the world’s most famous spy.
Tom Hiddleston, Chris Hemsworth and ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ director Taika Waititi have stopping traffic on the set of the forthcoming Marvel movie. Hiddleston, reprising his role as antagonist/anti-hero/adopted brother Loki, appears to have taken a leaf out of John Travolta’s book from ‘Pulp Fiction’, sporting a black, hit-man style suit. Meanwhile, Hemsworth appears to have his flowing Thor locks fully intact, after rumours that the Norse god was going to be busting a short ‘do for this new instalment.
Tom Hiddleston’s people have rubbished claims that he was spotted meeting with director Sam Mendes to discuss becoming the new James Bond. The story emerged in the Daily Mail, in which a source claimed that the 'Thor’ star was spotted with Mendes at London’s exclusive Soho House. Hiddles has broached the subject of Bond recently, telling Graham Norton: “The thing is the position isn’t vacant as far as I am aware.
Marvel fan-favorite Loki (Tom Hiddleston) will be sitting on the sidelines until he returns to action in 2017’s Thor: Ragnarok. At the press day for his new Hank Williams biopic, I Saw the Light, we asked Hiddleston if he thinks Loki has a dog in the fight.
Tom Hiddleston and Elizabeth Olsen deliver convincing, authentic performances as country music legend Hank Williams and his wife Audrey in the new biopic I Saw the Light. But both quickly own up to not having the deepest knowledge of country music in real life. (Hiddleston grew up in Westminster, London, while Olsen was raised in Sherman Oaks, Calif. — neither exactly hotbeds for honky-tonks.)
After a huge amount of speculation over who’ll take the reigns as James Bond after Daniel Craig, it appears Tom Hiddleston is up for the challenge. Speaking in an interview with The Sunday Times after his lauded role in BBC’s ‘The Night Manager’, the Brit had a lot to say regarding the future of the James Bond franchise and any involvement he’d have. “Time magazine ran a poll and there were like, 100 actors on the list, including Angelina Jolie,” he recalled.
Daniel Craig’s days as James Bond could be numbered. Who could take on the role of Ian Fleming’s gentleman spy next? Based on the bookies’ favourites (with a few humble suggestions of our own) here are the actors who we think could potentially be 007th official Bond…
As Lady Lucille Sharpe, Jessica Chastain shows a hint of ill will in this exclusive clip from Guillermo del Toro’s upcoming haunted house film, Crimson Peak. But whether she’s a full-blown villainess remains to be seen in this gothic horror movie filled with terrifying apparitions, an oozing red clay, and a dangerous, unraveling mystery.
“Move It on Over” was the first major country hit for Hank Williams — and it’s also the first song we get to hear Tom Hiddleston sing from his forthcoming Williams biopic I Saw the Light. The Alabama-born music icon died of heart failure at age 29 due to drug and alcohol abuse, after releasing such country classics as “Your Cheatin’ Heart,” “Hey, Good Lookin’,” “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry,” and of course, “I Saw the Light.” The new clip shows Williams (played by Hiddleston, doing his own singing and guitar accompaniment) in a Nashville recording studio, laying down the upbeat blues track that would become his first Billboard hit. At the end, we see a moment of domesticity with Williams’s wife and manager, Audrey, played by Hiddleston’s fellow Avengers player Elizabeth Olsen.