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Tom Hiddleston

  1. I’m So Loki I Could Cry: Now Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston Are BOTH Starring in Hank Williams Movies

    This next song is called "Dorito..."

    Hollywood has honky-tonk coming out of its Asgard. Earlier this month it was revealed that Tom Hiddleston will SING FOR US in the biopic I Saw the Light, and now ComingSoon reports Chris Hemsworth will also be getting in on the Hank Williams action in I'll Never Get Out of This World Alive, an adaptation of Steve Earle's book about Williams' ghost.

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  2. Tom Hiddleston Set to Star in King Kong “Prequel” Skull Island

    But... but what about a Hiddleston Ben-Hur?

    At Comic Con this year Legendary announced plans to give King Kong's place of origin its own movie, and now the Max Borenstein-penned project has some promising talent attached to it: Kings of Summer director Jordan Vogt-Roberts and Tom Hiddleston himself.

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  3. [Update] Here’s Tom Hiddleston Singing Hank Williams, FYI

    "Anyway, here's 'Wonderwall.'"

    It's (potentially) relevant to your interests: Tom Hiddleston put in a surprise appearance at the Wheatland Music Festival in Michigan over the weekend, where he sung Hank Williams' "Move It On Over." Hiddleston will be playing the country music legend (“I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry,” “Your Cheatin’ Heart”) in the upcoming biopic I Saw the Light, in which he will do his own singing. Tom! TOM! "FREE BIRD," TOM! "FREE BIRD"!

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  4. Somebody Spliced Together Tom Hiddleston’s Marvel Scenes Into Loki: The Movie

    KNEEL!

    Behold, the magic of editing. Vimeo user Loki Odinson made Tumblr very, very happy by taking Loki scenes from Thor, The Avengers, and Thor: The Dark World and transforming them into a two hour and fifteen minute Loki-centric extravaganza, titled Loki: Brother of Thor.

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  5. Tom Hiddleston Accepts The Ice Bucket Challenge In Slow-Mo, John Barrowman Is Wet And Yelling

    To be fair, that's the point I would have paused at anyway.

    Tom Hiddleston is here per Nathan Fillion's request to prove that faster isn't always funnier.

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  6. Today in Bonkers Sherlock Rumors: Gatiss Trying to Get Tom Hiddleston for Third Holmes Brother?

    Yeah OK whatever.

    *Sounds of Tumblr's tech team shrieking and holding their servers to their chests in the distance*

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  7. Read Tom Hiddleston’s Emotional Letter To Joss Whedon Thanking Him For The Avengers

    Warm fuzzies: assemble!

    Joss Whedon: The Biography comes out this Friday, and that's great news for Whedonites and fans of Tom Hiddleston alike (not me. nope. British accent, self-effacing, rakish smile? Definitely not my type). Here in an excerpt from the upcoming biography is an e-mail exchange between Hiddleston and Whedon following the completion of the first Avengers draft.

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  8. “Thor, You Are No Longer Thor. She Is Thor Now and You Shall Be Snortblat.”: Our Favorite Comments Of The Week

    Thou are hurting his feelings!

    This week, all of the Internet's favorite white dudes were replaced with a more diverse and representative cast of characters. Let's see if they notice! We know you all did, so let's take a look at some of the best stuff you said.

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  9. UK Bans Jaguar Ad, Citing Tom Hiddleston’s Devastating Smile Irresponsible Driving

    Should we not tell them about Top Gear?

    Jaguar says that Brits play the best villains, but apparently their latest ad campaign is just a bit too villainous for the actual British population. Driving recklessly? Quoting Shakespeare? This will not stand!

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  10. Sympathetic Characters: Gender Bias, Villains, & Orphan Black

    Essay

    [Editor's Note: There are no spoilers for BBC America's Orphan Black in this post, some adult language, and lots of good points.] Recently, my husband and I burned through S1 of Orphan Black, which, as promised by virtually the entire internet, was awesome. But in all the praise I’d seen for it, a line from one review in particular stuck in my mind. The reviewer noted that, although the protagonist, Sarah, is an unlikeable character, her grifter skills make her perfectly suited to unravelling the mystery in which she finds herself. And as this was a positive review, I kept that quote in mind when we started watching, sort of by way of prewarning myself: you maybe won’t like Sarah, but that’s OK. But here’s the thing: I fucking loved Sarah. I mean, I get what the reviewer was trying to say, in that she’s not always a sympathetic character, but that’s not the same as her actually being unlikeable. And the more I watched, the more I found myself thinking: why is this quality, the idea of likeability, considered so important for women, but so optional for men – not just in real life, but in narrative?

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