Tom Hiddleston Reveals the Biggest Questions He Wants To Ask Loki Season 2

Tom Hiddleston Updates: Tom Hiddleston has starred in the role of Loki for ten years now and he is probably the best person who knows more about one of the most popular anti-heroes. However, he admits that there are a lot of facts that he does not know about the God of Mischief.
Loki is a shapeshifter and he has a lot of secrets and tricks up his sleeve. He is the Trickster who finds pleasure in tricking other people. Hence, it is hard for the audience to get a clear picture of his character.
Tom Hiddleston discussed his thoughts about the complex character of Loki during a recent interview with Vanity Fair, pointing out that his complex makeup makes it difficult to get a clear picture of him.
“He has a multitude of faces, and one of the many things I think I’ve found most interesting about Loki is the fact that he is a shapeshifter,” Hiddleston stated. “He is the prototypical trickster, a mercurial spirit who is flexible and so swift-footed that you can’t pin him down to earth.”
Because of his tricky nature and complex actions, Hiddleston states why other characters such as Thor have a difficult time trusting Loki.

What Tom Hiddleston Shared About Loki Season 2

“You don’t know whether you can trust him, you don’t know what his motivations and hidden interests are,” Hiddleston said. “You don’t know why he’s doing what he’s doing. He’s committing acts of provocation, crime, and disruption, and across the films, actually, Thor is always asking him, ‘What is it you want, Loki? Why? What do you really want?’”
After a decade of playing the role of Loki, the Avengers star has a list of questions that he wishes to ask Loki.
“I’ve always asked myself, ‘I wonder what he does want, and I wonder if he even knows what he truly wants.’” he said. “And so, the question for me now is, behind the multitude of masks that he wears, is there an authentic “Loki self” that he is aware of? Does he even care to know? Is he interested? If he isn’t, is there a situation that might confront him with it? And might that force any kind of change in the trickster that he is?”
Tom Hiddleston states that the questions he wishes to ask Loki have a deep level of relativity and relevance to human nature.
“And that in itself is a kind of human question. Can we change? Are we capable of change?” Hiddleston asks aloud. “Do we know who we are, really? Do we think we know who we truly are? Do we care enough? All that stuff about identity and self-knowledge is just. When you’re playing with a character as complex and rich as Loki’s, it becomes a really interesting, dramatic question for an actor to play with for the rest of his time. So, I should say that I’ve enjoyed that enormously.”

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