Marvel recognizes Tom Hiddleston's Loki as a clear fan favorite of its superhero universe, with more and more of his followers petitioning (literally) for him to get his own solo movie. While the studio isn't done yet with Thor's trickster brother, we're left to wonder what future movies might have in store for him. Well, so does Hiddleston, and he may have already thrown out a story idea involving another comic book trickster, Enchantress.
For the most part, comic book movies have stuck to summer release dates of late, so it will be interesting to see how 'Thor: The Dark World' fares this November. But of all the superheroes, Thor seems the most autumnal (perhaps it's the thunder). But we've now got the film's first TV spot, as the film opens in a little over two months.
With the release date of 'Thor: The Dark World' only about two months away, two new posters have arrived to remind us why we're excited for the next stage of Marvel's Phase Two. With each poster focusing on Thor and Loki respectively, these look like the first of two in a series. We'll probably get character posters for the rest of the film's cast in the coming weeks as marketing heats up.
There are many reasons a film can go back for reshoots. Sometimes, it's because the filmmakers need a few extra shots or scenes to make the movie better or fix a few issues. Sometimes, it's because the whole project is a disaster the needs surgery. We're not sure why 'Thor: The Dark World' is currently shooting new scenes, but we do know that much of the new footage will revolve around everyone's favorite mischievous Norse god/supervillain, Loki.
'Avengers' fans the world over were recently saddened to learn that Tom Hiddleston's fan-favorite fiend Loki wouldn't make an appearance in 'The Avengers: Age of Ultron' after 'Thor: The Dark World,' but that doesn't mean the "Asgardian Mussolini" couldn't put in appearance in Marvel's upcoming 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' TV series on ABC! So, what does Hiddleston have to say about the prospect of Loki popping up for some small-screen mischief?