Loki star Tom Hiddleston, in his quest for glorious purpose, says that he would definitely play the MCU cheat for the rest of his life.
Warning: this post contains spoilers for Loki Episode 6, “For All Times. Always”.
Loki Star Tom Hiddleston says he would definitely play the God of Mischief for the rest of his life. Hiddleston has played the trickster role since Phase One of the Marvel Cinematic Universe; appearing for the first time as the adoptive, manipulative yet empathetic brother of the God of Thunder in Thor (2011). Hiddleston’s role in the decisive MCU exit, the Avengers (2012), has led him to be hailed as one of the greatest villains in the universe of all time. Forever.
Thanks to Thor: The Dark World Y Thor: Ragnarok, Loki enjoyed a full character arc, which saw him come to terms with his family and reject much of his malice from previous films. Unfortunately, Loki was killed at the hand (or rather gauntlet) of the Mad Titan in Avengers: infinity war. Fortunately, Disney + Loki followed the 2012 version of Hiddleston’s character after being arrested by the Time Variance Authority (TVA) for crimes against the Sacred Timeline. Confronting himself (in every sense of the word), Loki arguably saw more growth in his efforts to take down TVA than all previous films; a series that could have been the character’s swan song ended up being the beginning of a new chapter. Loki It has just been confirmed for a second season.
During a question and answer session at TumblrHiddleston was asked if he would play Loki for the rest of his life. The actor, who has already played the charismatic villain / anti-hero for over a decade, didn’t hesitate to say, “yes, absolutely.” Read Hiddleston’s full answer below:
“Yes, absolutely. I’m so lucky to be able to play Loki for so long. And you know, I feel like he’s such an interesting character that he’s been around human consciousness for so long. Aspects, so many different complex characteristics, that I feel like every time I interpret it, I discover something new or we manage to evolve it or take it down an avenue that we have not traveled before. “
Hiddleston went on to say that Loki has “been for a while“And it is more likely”circling for much longer. In the meantime, I’ll hold out for as long as people want.The finale to his solo series featured He Who Remains (Jonathan Majors), a variant on Kang the Conqueror and presumably the MCU’s next big bad that’s already confirmed for. Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania“Putting Loki at the center of a conflict that should span more than Phase Four.” That said, Hiddleston lends his voice to the upcoming Disney + movie. What if? And he is also expected to reprise his role for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Insanity.
Hiddleston’s desire to continue playing Loki in the MCU echoes the sentiments of Anthony Mackie, Sebastian Stan, and other members of the universe for a long time. Not only have their respective characters grown exponentially in their profiles, but they have also contributed to the historical expansion of a cinematic universe that many doubted when the 2008 decade Iron Man he left. As a character, Loki has undergone a metamorphosis like no other, and now the latest version of Hiddleston’s trickster should become Iron Man and save the multiverse. At the very least, I should play Loki until the great evil it unleashed is resolved. Give him our current understanding of time in the MCU, which might as well be forever.
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