I think we can all agree Loki is one of the most popular characters in the Marvel movie universe thanks to Tom Hiddleston. While the character could have been easily been a one-dimensional villain, Hiddleston has managed to make Loki someone you want to root for, even though he’s evil to his core. It’s an incredible achievement and it explains why Loki has become a fan-favorite.
With his popularity since the first Thor movie, I’ve constantly heard fans talk about a solo Loki movie and privately wondered if it was a good idea. After all, Loki is at his best when he’s playing off someone else like Thor or Tony Stark, delivering awesome one-liners that show his superiority and his disgust with the human race. If he was the center of attention in his own film, could it work? Earlier today, at the Thor: The Dark World junket in London, I decided to ask Hiddleston about it. Hit the jump for what he had to say and let me know in the comments what you think about a solo Loki movie.
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