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Yesterday (19th February 2017), Tom took part in a press conference at the JW Marriott in Los Angeles, as part of promotion for Kong: Skull Island. His co-star, Brie Larson, also attended the press conference.

I am unsure as to whether any videos shall be released, but if so this post shall be updated with the video, and screencaps.

Big thanks to the admin of Loving Emma Watson who kindly donated the first batch of images. I shall hopefully be updating with more in the coming days. View the images in the gallery using the link below:

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In relation to Skull Island, a 10th TV spot has been released, which you can view below:

Although it isn’t officially confirmed that Tom is attending, after a tweet was posted on the BAFTA Twitter it appears Tom will be going! In the picture at the back, on the right side, you can see a picture of Tom situated for his seating.

The BAFTA’s shall be taking place on Sunday 12th February and will air on BBC One at 9:00pm. Keep an eye on the site and gallery for updates then!

After accepting his award for Best Actor at the Golden Globes last night, it seems his speech was the kind to attract controversy. Quotes from his speech include:

”They wanted to say hello,” he told the Golden Globes audience. “Because during the shelling, in the previous month, they had binge-watched the Night Manager.

“The idea that I could, or that we could provide, some relief and entertainment for people… who are fixing the world in the places where it was broken made me immensely proud.”

Tom himself took to his official Facebook page to address the reaction to his speech:

The High Rise screening on the 18th September has now been cancelled, as reported with TIFF’s official Twitter.

The other showings are still on schedule however.

Following other festival announcements, I Saw The Light shall also be featuring at the Calgary International Film Festival. Below is the article:

The 2015 Calgary International Film Festival Opening Gala film is the much-anticipated biopic about the late country music icon Hank Williams. After-party to follow at Jack Singer Concert Hall. 

Named after Hank William’s gospel country song, I Saw The Light is the big-screen retelling of the life of the talented but troubled Williams, starting with his meteoric rise to stardom, exploring his struggles with substance abuse and ultimately, his untimely death.

The film boasts a star-studded cast with British actor Tom Hiddleston  playing the lead role. Striking an uncanny resemblance to Williams, Hiddleston sings all of his own music for the film, fully embodying the persona of the Grand Ole Opry legend.

Elizabeth Olsen stars as William’s wife, David Krumholtz plays journalist James Dolan, and Bradley Whitford is music publisher/songwriter Fred Rose to round out the cast.

Written and directed by Marc Abraham, I Saw The Light is based on Colin Escott’s award-winning biography, which Abraham adapted into the screenplay.  

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Exciting news! On top of High Rise premiering at TIFF 2015, it has just been announced that Tom’s movie I Saw The Light, playing Hank Williams, will now also be playing at the film festival.

Below is the announcement:

You didn’t think the first announcement was all there was, did you? TIFF director Cameron Bailey is still dead set on Toronto being the go to for bringing the Oscar goods to his festival and in this announcement today he reveals that Sony Pictures Classics is going all in with I Saw the Light, the Hank Williams biopic starring Tom Hiddleston. This comes just a week after the news that SPC had picked up New York Film Festival’s Closing Night film Don Cheadle’s Miles Ahead, a film in direct competition with I Saw the Lightfor a similar Oscar trajectory. SPC also adds Truth, with Cate Blanchett and Robert Redford, to the TIFF mix.

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It’s exciting to see so much news coming out now regarding Tom’s upcoming projects, and this time we have news regarding his Ben Wheatley directed movie; High Rise. The movie adaption of the 1975 book will have it’s world premiere at Toronto Film Festival, sometime between September 10th and September 17th. Below is the article:

“Kill List” helmer Ben Wheatley’s “High-Rise,” the hotly anticipated adaptation of the 1975 J. G. Ballard novel starring Tom Hiddleston, Jeremy Irons, Sienna Miller, Luke Evans and Elisabeth Moss, will receive its world premiere in Platform, the Toronto International Film Festival’s new juried program, which unveiled its 12-pic slate on Thursday.

The program, which spotlights cinema from international directors, will also screen the world premiere of Fabienne Berthaud’s “Sky,” in which a vacationing woman (Diane Kruger) ditches her husband and embarks on a solo journey in the American west. Pic also stars Norman Reedus (“The Walking Dead”), Lena Dunham, Gilles Lellouche and Q’orianka Kilcher.

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According to Screen Daily, one of Tom’s movies to be released, High Rise, shall be premièring at the Sebastian Film Festival. This festival takes place between the 18th and 26th of September. View the article below:

Ben Wheatley’s High-Rise and Terence Davies’ Sunset Song are among the eight new titles to join the competition line-up at the upcoming San Sebastian Film Festival (Sept 18-26).

Wheatley’s adaptation of JG Ballard’s 1975 novel stars Tom Hiddleston and is a dystopic depiction of a society that starts a class war in a high-rise apartment.


It was announced on Twitter via various sources that The Night Manager has now officially finished filming! Check out the tweets below. Congratulations to Tom, Hugh and the rest of the cast and crew!

It has been revealed via Sony Pictures that I Saw The Light, Tom’s role as Hank Williams, has an official US airdate; 27th November 2015. They tweeted the news below: