‘Thor: Ragnarok’ and ‘Kong: Skull Island’ Update: Tom Hiddleston Talks About His Role in Both the Movies
Tom Hiddleston or better known as Marvel’s most popular villain Loki was at the Toronto International Film Festival talking about the Hank Williams biopic “I Saw the Light” and Sci-fi drama “High-Rise” when he decided to share some details about two of his most anticipated roles. The actor spoke in detail about his role in “Thor: Ragnarok” and “Kong: Skull Island.”
In an interview with Collider, the “Thor: Ragnarok” star mentioned that he is looking forward to “Kong: Skull Island,” which is indeed the next movie on his plate. He further hinted that his role in the film is that of an explorer and that too a heroic one. He stated that he has been researching for the role with the help of some dark material since his character happens to be such an adventurer. He also hinted that since it’s a King Kong movie, there has to be something heroic about his character. On being asked in what period of time is the movie based in, Tom unfortunately could not reveal anything about it as of now. But he praised the director Jordan Vogt-Roberts when he mentioned that the director has a brilliant idea about exploring the relationship between King Kong who happens to be the symbol of the power of nature and how a man is connected to it.
Unreality TV added that Tom turned into a pure Marvel veteran when being asked about his role as Loki in “Thor: Ragnarok.” He sounded guarded as he went on to state that whatever answers everyone seeks in only with Marvel Studios President, Kevin Feige. Tom mentioned that he literally doesn’t know anything about where his character Loki will go in the Marvel cinematic universe. All the answers are buried deep down in Kevin Feige’s mind. On being asked if his run as Loki is coming to an end, the actor once again stated that he doesn’t know where exactly does his character fit into the swiftly growing MCU. With the response his character Loki has received from Marvel fans, there’s certainly no way that Tom’s run, as the God of Mischief will come to an end anytime soon.
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