Tom Hiddleston Reveals the Biggest Differences Between Loki in 2011 and 2021

Tom Hiddleston has been playing Loki for a long time. Since becoming a member of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2011 Thor, he reprized his role as the god of mischief in several Marvel movies and became a fan favorite.

Hiddleston’s new TV series, bottle gourd, recently premiered on Disney+, and the show portrays her iconic character in a completely different light. He has stepped out of the shadow of his brother, Thor, and fans are able to see an entirely different side of the infamous adversary.

As with most things, Hiddleston’s character has changed a lot over the years. Now that he has played the role for over a decade, he is able to reflect on his early days playing Loki and point out the specific ways the character developed.

Tom Hiddleston Can’t Believe He Played The Same Character For 11 Years

Tom Hiddleston of Marvel Studios’ Loki at the San Diego Comic-Con International 2019 Marvel Studios panel | Alberto E. for Disney. Rodriguez / Getty Images

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Hiddleston’s first role as Loki was Thor, but he has also been in such films as the Avengers, Thor: The Dark World, Thor: Ragnarok, Avengers: Infinity War, and avengers: endgame. Reflecting on his illustrious Marvel career during a recent interview Entertainment WeeklyHe can hardly believe that he has done so much with one character.

He said, ‘I have been playing this character for 11 years. “Which is the first time I said that sentence, I realized, and it” [blows] My wish. I don’t know exactly what percentage of my 40 years I live, but it’s enough.”

He says the audience has become more interested in Loki’s vulnerability and breakdown.

Over the years, Loki has evolved in many ways. During a separate interview with Jake’s Take, he was asked what is the biggest difference between Loki of 2011 and Loki of 2021, and he had some interesting things to say.

“I thought in 2011 … Kenneth Branagh, who directed that film, and Don Payne, who wrote it, created this character as a very fragile young man facing a lot of uncertainty. and was not dealing with it very well, and was too weak and broken,” Hiddleston said. “And I wondered if it would capture the imagination of the audience. I think the difference is that now I know a lot of people have found that aspect of him really interesting.

After thinking about it a bit more, Hiddleston also notes that Loki has become a lot more knowledgeable about who he is, as well as his flaws and strengths. He didn’t forget to mention that Loki has also become a Marvel fan.

“Over time he’s become more self-conscious, maybe … I don’t know, maybe it’s just the nature of aging … I think it really is,” Hiddleston said. “And maybe he’s more famous. People think… Here’s something, I’m sure there are more dogs and cats in the world called ‘Loki’ than ever before.” Hiddleston added.

fans have to tune in bottle gourd Head over to Disney+ for the next month and a half to see all the ways in which the gods of mischief have changed.

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