Tom Hiddleston has expressed that he is not sure if he will be returning to his iconic role of Loki in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
In an interview with MTV, Hiddleston said, "I never quite know whether people want to see him again or whether people want to move on. I can't really take the temperature on it”. He also added “It's so difficult because it feels like if it ever happened again, I would try not to repeat myself, I would try something new. I never want to feel like I'm retracing the same steps.”
Loki has proven to be a fan favorite in the Marvel franchise despite his villainous stance against the heroic Avengers. At one point, there was even talk that he might get his own solo movie.
Since first playing the role in 2011’s Thor, Hiddleston has seen his star reach stratospheric levels and can be seen in four very different projects this fall; Hank Williams biopic I Saw The Light, the drama High Rise, based on the book by J.G. Ballard, gothic romance Crimson Peak, and BBC spy drama The Night Manager.
Thor: Ragnarok, the third Thor film, is expected to film next year, and it is generally expected that Loki will make an appearance. Check out the clip below to see Hiddleston talking about Loki, and let us know if you're tired of seeing him yet -- yeah right!