Tom Hiddleston shares his thoughts on Matt Damon reprising his job as the phony Loki in Marvel Cinematic Universe’s forthcoming Thor: Love and Thunder. Plot details with respect to the fourth installment in the Chris Hemsworth-fronted series are still obscure. Be that as it may, fans will see the arrival of Natalie Portman’s astrophysicist Jane Foster and her transformation into the female cycle of the God of Thunder known as The Mighty Thor. Love and Thunder will also incorporate the returns of co-essayist/director Taika Waititi’s Korg, Tessa Thompson’s Valkyrie, Jeff Goldblum’s Grandmaster and the Guardians of the Galaxy, as well as the prologue to Christian Bale’s Gorr the God Butcher.
In a meeting with Decider to discuss the impending series, Hiddleston was asked about his thoughts of Damon returning as the phony Loki for the following Thor film. Noticing he doesn’t have any say on how Marvel manages the character, Hiddleston says he’s all in for the Oscar champ to wear the mantle again. Peruse what Hiddleston needed to say underneath:
“Indeed, I have no ownership as you most likely are aware. [Laughs] Loki contains multitudes, and he contains Matt Damon. I was so amused on that?I can’t recollect, it several days on Ragnarok when he came in and did his thing. It resembled investigating a slightly distorted mirror. Also, his interpretation of the entire thing was just hilarious, so I can hardly wait to see what they’ve been doing.”
With Loki actually dead in the eyes of his brother after the events of Infinity War, Damon’s acting character probably will not have been recruited by Hiddleston’s Loki, banning a secret appearance from the star in Thor: Love and Thunder. Regardless of whether that doesn’t happen, notwithstanding, the character’s return alongside Neill and Luke Hemsworth is sure to make for another hilarious sequence when the film hits theaters in May. Plus, fans can in any event anticipate Hiddleston’s return when Loki debuts on Disney+ this week.