Tom Hiddleston, happy that ‘Loki’s’ sexual identity is finally recognized: “He has always been gender fluid”

We interview the actor who brings Marvel’s God of Deception to life in the new Disney + series.

It’s here Loki, the series starring the famous Marvel’s God of Deception and brother of Thor (Chris Hemsworth). And because of this, we have been able to speak with none other than Tom Hiddleston, the actor who has given life to him in the Marvel Cinematic Universe for 11 years.

The series of Disney+ is set after the events of Avengers: Endgame where Loki seizes the precious Tesseract in the timeline of Avengers and thus be able to escape their destiny. However, he runs into the Agency for Temporal Variation, a bureaucratic organization that is outside of time and space and that captures him to respond to the temporary crimes he has carried out.

Loki thus becomes a variant that must be eliminated from reality. But agent Mobius (Owen Wilson) manages to grant him a second chance by having to help him hunt down a greater threat. But how many variants of Loki are there?

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In the interview, which you can see in full above these lines, Hiddleston mentions that we will see a few in the Disney + series, since it has several facets that have been seen throughout the Marvel Cinematic Universe:

I think Loki is a character that has many characteristics and many of them are contradictory. And one of the things that I love about Loki is that there are so many different facets to him and sometimes they are pitted against each other and separated from each other and challenge each other. And I think you will see this in the different variants of him in the series

Hiddleston has been playing this mythical Marvel character so loved by many fans for 11 years. But what is your limit to give it life? The actor is clear that he can go a long way: “I think the limit is probably not in my hands. I am always aware that the reason I am allowed to continue playing it is because it means a lot to so many people. and I also owe that to the audience. And I love playing him. He is a fascinating, mischievous, mischievous and funny character, and he also has a deeper and more generous part. It’s a great honor to play him and who knows how long I’ll continue to play him, but I’m having a great time ”.

It’s official: Loki is gender fluid

During these weeks there has been numerous news about whether or not Loki is gender fluid or even bisexual. Hiddleston wanted to make it clear that this aspect of this beloved character has always been there, both in the comics and in Norse mythology., so he’s delighted that it’s finally addressed in the series:

I’ve always been aware of that aspect of the character, of his story, both in Marvel comics and in mythology [nórdica]. Loki has always been gender fluid, He has always been a character that cannot be categorized. So I’m really glad that we addressed that in the series.

Fluid gender is a sexual identity in which a person does not identify with any gender, varying between masculine and feminine. The LGBTQ world has been represented more in Marvel comics than in moviesSee Wanda’s son, Wiccan, who is gay, Ms. America who is bisexual, or, more recently, the first openly gay young Captain America.

Eternals by Chloé Zhao, which opens in theaters on November 5, features the first homosexual couple in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Although it is not known how they will treat it, since, if they are very ‘explicit’, they will not be able to premiere it in China or Russia.

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