Crimson Peak set w/ Tom Hiddleston - April 2014
Tom Hiddleston on the set of Crimson Peak (4.16.14)
Thor 3 really needs to have a scene of Loki standing bare chested in front of a mirror, running his hand across his scar and then a flashback of what actually happened on Svartalfheim.
There be dragons
Tom Hiddleston attends the Laurence Olivier Awards at the Royal Opera House on April 13, 2014 in London, England [HQ]
This happy breed of men, this little world,
This precious stone set in the silver sea,
Which serves it in the office of a wall
Or as a moat defensive to a house,
Against the envy of less happier lands,—
This blessed plot, this earth, this realm, this England.
”King Richard II”, Act 2 scene 1
Loki found out that he was not related to Thor, not related to Odin, not related to Frigga. He was adopted, left to die on the frozen wastes of Jotunheim, and taken into the family and he’s furious with Odin. And Frigga, his adoptive mother, is the only one who still cares. And Rene [Russo] is so delicate, and we always talked about this special bond that Loki and Frigga had, especially when Thor and Loki were children, that Thor was a chip off the old block. He was the quarterback. He was the son that Odin understood. And Loki was the student, an artist, someone who was more sensetive, more delicate. And Frigga understood that and nurtured that, and taught him all of her magic. And that bond was something that was a privilege to play. That here is this character, Loki, who is now condemned, imprisoned for eternity, to be forgotten, written out of history and haunted by his demons. The only person who still cares in the entire universe is his mother.Thor: The Dark World Commentary (by Tom Hiddleston)