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Will Thor's Supervillain Loki Finally Get His Solo Film? Tom Hiddleston Addresses Rumors

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10/22/2013 12:07 am
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Will Thor's Supervillain Loki Finally Get His Solo Film? Tom Hiddleston Addresses Rumors
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Erika Rivera

Senior Editor

In the past year alone, Marvel's fan favorite villain, Loki from the Thor movie franchise, has developed quite the following his army welcomed him with thunderous screams during this year's Comic Con, and have called for a solo outing in the past few months. It looks like the man behind the villain, British thespian Tom Hiddleston, has taken notice of this outcry of support for it. The Thor: The Dark World actor has recently revealed that he would be open to a solo film featuring his character Loki. The actor sat down with Collider during a press junket in London to talk about the popularity of his villain and the rumors surrounding a solo film. "The idea of there being a Loki solo film is such a compliment but I can officially tell you that there is no movement on it," Hiddleston shared with Collider. Hiddleston stated that although there are no official plans to make a Loki-centric film, he would consider brainstorming ideas for it. "I'd have to have a big brainstorm with [producer] Kevin Feige about it, if it ever came around," the actor said. Hiddleston noted that Loki outside the Thor storyline did have his own adventures, and that it would be fun to explore them, however, he knows the importance of Thor in Loki's life. "Loki is defined by Thor. He's defined in opposition to him. There is no Loki without Thor and no Thor without Loki," Hiddleston explains. Hiddleston did share some of what he called "hair-brained" ideas for Loki should the supervillain ever get his solo outing.  One of the things Hiddleston would for his character is to see Loki in a more ordinary setting. "I'd love to see him out of context, on earth in the '70s running a nightclub, playing lots of Rolling Stones," the thespian joked. "Who knows?" Despite the uncertain future of his supervillain,  Hiddleston is quite proud of his character's current legacy. "I've made three films with Loki in that I'm proud of, and if it ends there, that's where it ends," the actor explained. Hiddleston's next project will be hitting the West End's stage as the lead in Donmar Warehouse's production of William Shakespeare's tragedy Coriolanus. Thor: The Dark World is set to hit theaters on October 30 in the UK and November 8 in the US.


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