Tom Hiddleston Has His Eye On The Enchantress
It seems most of the men of Asgard have a healthy love life. Odin has Frigga, Volstagg has a family, Fandral has anyone that falls to his charms, and Thor has Jane and Sif vying for his attention. The one man with an empty dance card is Loki. Tom Hiddleston recently spoke with Total Film about the possibility of Loki getting a little romance in a future film. The actor has one special lady in mind.
After discussing the mythological Loki‘s…love of animals, Hiddleston revealed that he does have eyes for The Enchantress. He may have even pitched an idea involving the magical temptress to Kevin Feige:
When I was first reading the comics, the relationship with the Enchantress was one of the really fun things I thought would be good to explore, and may have even pitched it to Kevin Feige at some point. Because she is as sneaky and as untrustworthy as he was.
They basically had a really fantastic and twisted relationship until they both say, “You know what? I don’t trust you as far as I can throw you. It’s over.” Because they keep betraying each other, in a way. So it could be good.
The actor is not sure whether he’ll get the chance to explore a different side of Loki or not. There are no plans for the god of mischief to appear in any of the upcoming Marvel films and Hiddleston has said there aren’t any solid plans in place for the character. We’ll have to wait and see where Loki pops up next, but I think we can all agree that seeing The Enchantress in a Thor film would be ideal.
In related news, a new Thor: The Dark World featurette has been released by Marvel. It makes a nice bonus for all you Hiddlestoners out there. The video features Hiddleston and Chris Hemsworth discussing some of the new dynamics of the film along with several new snippets of footage. What do you think about Loki mixing it up with Enchantress? Did you spot the new footage in the featurette?
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Source : Total Film