Could There Be Redemption For Loki? Tom Hiddleston Talks THOR 2

Could There Be Redemption For Loki? Tom Hiddleston Talks THOR 2

The actor discusses how the villainous Loki's relationship with his brother Thor might evolve beyond The Avengers, and offers insights into Thor 2 Could Loki be forgiven for his bad deeds?..

In Thor, Loki was the villain of course, but you could sort of see where he was coming from - at least at first. In The Avengers that pretty much went out the window as the character really showed his evil side and did some pretty unforgivable things. But still, one or two moments when he is speaking to Thor make you think there could be some good left deep down in him. That definitely seems to be the opinion of the man who play shim, Tom Hiddleston. While speaking to Empire the actor speaks about the relationship between Loki and Thor, as well as where things may progress in Thor 2. He also comments on Natalie Portman's return as Jane Foster..



"It's part of the thrill of the character. Thor and Loki are defined by each other. Thor's reason for being in The Avengers is that Loki is on Earth and he has to get him back. What'll be interesting in Thor 2 is how it takes what happens now as a springboard. Natalie Portman will be back in as Jane Foster and the relationship between Thor and Jane will be extended, expanded and developed."


And what about redemption for The God Of Mischief? Hiddleston reveals that both he and Chris Hemsworth would like to see that happen at some point..

"What Chris Hemsworth and I would love is to be allowed to have a moment - maybe not in Thor 2 but at some stage - when Loki is forgiven."


What do you guys think? I know many of you haven't seen The Avengers yet, but you may have heard about some of the bad deeds Loki gets up to in it. You think this character could be believably redeemed in the future? Should he be?









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Mark Cassidy
Member Since 11/9/2008
Filed Under "Thor" 4/27/2012 Source: Empire
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