Tom Hiddleston Talks Thor: The Dark World And Unfinished Business With The Hulk
We know that Loki won’t be facing off against Earth’s Mightiest in Avengers: Age of Ultron with the recently announced James Spader, but the god of mischief will get plenty of screen time in Thor: The Dark World. There were even a few reshoots recently to expand some Loki-centric scenes. Tom Hiddleston recently spoke with MTV about the sequel and what the future holds for his character.
The actor may calm down the hardcore Hiddlestoners who are still pretty upset the actor won’t be appearing in the next Avengers film with his remark that The Dark World is “a sequel to Avengers as much as it is to Thor.” We’ll see plenty of fallout from Avengers in the Alan Taylor directed sequel. Talking about the film itself, the actor says there are a lot of surprises in store and even more exploration of the Loki/Thor relationship as they become uneasy allies:
It’s a roller coaster, no question. It’s full of ups and downs and loop-de-loops and twists and turns. It will take you to places you haven’t seen before.
Loki has a very complicated relationship with Thor. He is an agent of chaos without equal in the world he inhabits. He knows his true nature. He knows he doesn’t belong in the family of Asgard, and he’s locked away in the beginning of the film in the deepest, darkest recesses of the dungeon as public enemy number one. Lo and behold, Asgard needs his help. That’s going to be a very complicated allegiance.
As to what the future holds for Loki, Hiddleston isn’t sure. We don’t know what will happen to Loki before the credits roll around on The Dark World, so it’s hard to say where he could go next. Hiddleston would like to go a second round with the Hulk though. He thinks the green goliath cheated during their first meeting:
I do feel like there’s some unfinished business between Loki and the Hulk. I feel like he didn’t get a fair fight.
While Hiddleston remains coy about Loki‘s future, it’s safe to say we haven’t seen the last of him. Hiddleston is too much of a fan-favorite for Marvel to be done with. I mean just look at the response to his Comic-Con act.What do you think? Where should he pop up next? Do you want to see Loki vs. Hulk round 2?
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Source : MTV