Tom Hiddleston habla sobre su papel en "King Kong"-Precuela "Kong: Isla Calavera" y más "THOR: Ragnarok"

Tom Hiddleston talks about his role in "King kong"-Prequel "Kong: Skull Island" and more "THOR: Ragnarok"

Tom Hiddleston talks about his role in "King kong"-Prequel "Kong: Skull Island" and more "THOR: Ragnarok"

Compared to Collider, Marvel villain Tom Hiddleston chatted a bit out of the box and revealed initial information about his role in “Kong: Skull Island.” He had less to say about “Thor: Ragnarok.”

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Tom Hiddleston’s fans should be happy, because not only the Briton has with “Crimson Peak”, “Vi the Light” and “High Rise” have already shot several upcoming movies, but with “Kong: Skull Island” and “Thor: Ragnarok” other projects are brewing. Collider now he has asked the actor about his upcoming movies: “Well, ‘Kong: Skull Island’ is next. I’m really excited. The last time I worked on very dark material. There is something very heroic about my character in ‘Skull Island’. He is an adventurer and an explorer. It’s just a King Kong movie. The way like [Regisseur] Jordan Vogt-Roberts addresses that is very captivating for me because it portrays King Kong as a symbol of the power of nature and establishes the relationship between humans. “The director’s great ideas, incredible sequences, and great actors would do it.” Kong ”in a unique experience for the audience.

Hiddleston didn’t want to say anything specific about the time period “Kong” is playing: “It’s playing at a certain time, but I don’t want to reveal that now.” JK Simmons, who has since retired, revealed in an interview that that part of the movie would be set in Detroit in 1971, but with Jurassic World screenwriter Derek Connolly reviewing the script, it’s unclear if Simmon’s words still apply. .

Collider He also tried to get one or another detail from Hiddleston on “Thor: Ragnorok,” but here the Loki actor kept a low profile. “I’m sorry, but I have nothing for you. I have no idea what is going on. That’s pretty much all I know. ” Hiddleston did not give a clear answer on how many more movies we could expect Loki to participate in. “Only Kevin Feige knows. The Marvel Universe is getting bigger and bigger and I don’t know how Loki fits in there. We will see.”

Jordan Vogt-Roberts’ “Kong: Skull Island” is slated to hit theaters on March 9, 2017, while “Thor: Ragnarok” is slated for October 26, 2017.