Tom Hiddleston on what’s next for ‘Loki’, playing country music star Hank Williams

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You may know Tom Hiddleston best as Thor's evil sibling Loki, or from a variety of TV and film roles, but, in his new movie "I Saw The Light," you'll see Tom Hiddleston in a way you've never seen him before -- as country music legend Hank Williams.

"There were so many aspects of Hank that were fascinating," Hiddleston told WGN's Dean Richards in an interview Thursday. "He obviously had this incredible charisma on stage, and he was amazing, electrifying performer, but he had these demons, and this tortured soul, that I found fascinating."

Hiddleston also talked about his other film projects. He just started filming "Thor Ragnarok," the third installment in the Thor story, where he'll reprise his role of Loki.

He also just finished filming "Kong: Skull Island" with recent Oscar winner Brie Larson. That film will be out in March 2017.

Check out the whole interview in the player above.

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