Tom Hiddleston is a Hank Williams Incarnate in New Biopic

By on September 12, 2015

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Tom Hiddleston, (my future husband, everyone else can back off) the British actor well known for starring in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, recently revealed a clip of him as country singer Hank Williams in the biopic, I Saw The Light. The clip shows Hiddleston singing in a damn convincing southern accent and really bringing the Williams out.

The clip shows Hiddleston re-creating Williams’ April 1947 session in Nashville that produced the hit “Move It On Over,” thus establishing Williams as a country legend.

The film will hit theaters Nov. 27, 2015. You can watch the clip below:

 

I Saw the Light was written and produced by Marc Abraham, starring Hiddleston as Hank Williams and Elizabeth Olsen as Audrey Williams. It is based on the book “Hank Williams: The Biography” by Colin Escott, George Merritt, and William (Bill) MacEwen. he film revolves around country music singer’s rise to fame and sudden death at the age of 29.

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