If you asked someone what their favourite parts of “The Avengers” or the “Thor” movies were, there’s a high probability that they’d mention a scene involving the supervillain Loki.
Played by English actor Tom Hiddleston, the fan favourite is the troubled, troublemaking brother of the demigod Thor (Chris Hemsworth). Hiddleston’s character is scene-stealer in every movie he appears in, and is far and away one of the best elements of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
It’s unclear at this point what role Loki will have in future MCU movies like “Avengers: Age of Ultron” or the still undated “Thor 3.” But for those currently suffering from Loki withdrawal there’s a fantastic letter between Hiddleston and “Avengers’ writer/director Joss Whedon that appeared online this week.
Business Insider published the letter, which appears in the forthcoming book "Joss Whedon: The Biography," and it gives Marvel fans some awesome insight into how Hiddleston views the character of Loki:
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