Tom Hiddleston is packed up with movies this time around. He is busy preparing for his role in “Kong: Skull Island,” in which he will play the male lead. Hiddleston is all set to launch his 3 movies’ premieres that includes, “Crimson Peak,” “High Rise,” and “I Saw the Light.” Read on for more details.
Hiddleston was recently spotted in London streets the streets of London in an elegant suit. The 34-year-old English actor will soon begin to promote his thriller film, which is scheduled to hit the theater on Oct. 16, 2015. According to Just Jared, the actor is moving ahead towards the release of his horror fantasy movie, “Crimson Peak.”
Tom Hiddleston will be playing the role of Sir Thomas Sharpe in Guillermo del Toro’s “Crimson Peak.” His role in the horror movie will serve as a tough competition to the other strong character that he will be assessing in “Kong: Skull Island”, as this prequel to “King Kong” is set in 1971, in an island where the largest and the angriest apes reside. Looks like, Tom will be touching new heights of fame with these characters.
In November, Hiddleston’s “I Saw the Light” will get its premiere. The film is a direct adaptation of the book, “Hank Williams: The Biography by Colin Escott.” The “Avenger” star will star alongside his co-star, Elizabeth Olsen. The film will be screen at the Special Presentations section of 2015 Toronto International Film Festival, which kick started on September 10.
“High Rise” will be the third film before Hiddleston will start filming “Kong: Skull Island.” There is no official release date for “High Rise” as of now, but it will be a part of the 63rd San Sebastian Film Festival.
According to Day Herald, Hiddleston has been a crucial part of “Kong: Skull Island” from the very start. According to the actor, the director Jordan Vogt-Roberts has an extraordinary vision and will materialize the vision in a remarkable way.
Tom also teased his fans that the newest “King Kong” story will be epic in all its glory and the movie will be something new and unseen, even if it is a prequel to a box-office film.
“Kong: Skull Island” is scheduled to release in March 2017.