Tom Hiddleston Tries To Better Garfield On Loki Thor 4 Speculation

Tom Hiddleston channels Andrew Garfield to answer a question regarding Loki's rumored appearance in Thor: Love and Thunder. Hiddleston has been one of the Marvel Cinematic Universe's most recognizable faces for some time now, first appearing alongside Chris Hemsworth as the God of Thunder's adoptive brother and nemesis in 2011's Thor. After a transformative character arc and eventual redemption, Loki is seemingly killed by Thanos in the opening scene of Avengers: Infinity War, though Endgame soon provided the setup for his return.

After absconding with the Tesseract during the Avengers' time heist, the God of Mischief inadvertently creates a new timeline and is apprehended by the Time Variance Authority in his own spinoff series on Disney+, Loki. Hiddleston returned to lead the cast which, includes MCU newcomers like Owen Wilson as Agent Mobius, Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Judge Ravonna Renslayer, and Sophia Di Martino as Sylvie. As Marvel's most-watched show on the streaming service, Loki was quickly renewed for a second season, as revealed by the season 1 finale's post-credits stinger. Other than Loki season 2, the future of Hiddleston's character in the MCU is largely unknown.

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During an interview for the latest issue of Total Film (via Games Radar), Hiddleston was asked about the future of his Marvel character, specifically his rumored appearance in Thor: Love and Thunder,  releasing this summer on July 8. Hiddleston remained coy, saying "I literally have no idea," though he insisted he's not "doing an Andrew Garfield." Read his full response below:

I’m living in a question mark. It’s all unknown. You know, I used to think that I could predict these things, but I literally have no idea. And I’m not even doing an Andrew Garfield! I just don’t know.

Hiddleston also talked about Loki season 2 during the interview, saying the show is "continuing to excite and challenge" him as an actor. The second season will also find Loki "more unstable, and as turbulent and passionate and chaotic as he’s ever been," according to Hiddleston. With this in mind, there should be plenty for Loki season 2 to unpack, chiefly the full ramifications Sylvie killing He Who Remains will have on the multiverse. The second season should begin filming soon and hit Disney+ early next year.

The Loki actor name-dropping Garfield is a reference to the Spider-Man star vehemently denying his involvement in Spider-Man: No Way Home in the months leading up to its release. Instead of a clear denial (which Hiddleston has done in the past), he now appears to be feigning ignorance about whether or not he is involved with Thor 4. Though Hiddleston is not a confirmed member of Thor: Love and Thunder's cast, he's played a prominent role in the three previous films, and a Thor movie without Loki would be a serious shift. For now, it's unclear how Loki could return to the main timeline, but perhaps that will be addressed in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness on May 6, which Loki is also rumored to appear in.

Next: Thor: Love & Thunder Trailer Reveals A Heartbreaking Infinity War Detail

Source: Total Film (via Games Radar)

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