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CS Video: Tom Hiddleston on Returning as Loki in Thor: The Dark World

Source:   Silas Lesnick
October 25, 2013




Marking his third big screen appearance as the character, Tom Hiddleston returns as Loki in the November 9 release of Marvel Studios' Thor: The Dark World. Following his capture at the end of Marvel's The Avengers, the new sequel begins as he's brought back to Asgard in chains to face the judgment of his adoptive father, Odin (Anthony Hopkins).

ComingSoon.net/SuperHeroHype caught up with the charismatic star at the London junket for the new film. Since he gave us such a funny response to the same question back before "Avengers," we again asked him if he would give us some hints about the new film that, in true Loki fashion, are not true in the slightest. Or are they?

Hiddleston also discusses his epic live performance he gave as Loki at this year's Comic-Con International and some of the elements of the character in actual Norse mythology that he studied before shooting.

Check out the video interview in the player below and, if you missed it, check out our conversation with Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige by clicking here. Then, check back next week for more interviews with the cast of Thor: The Dark World.


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