What will the follow-up to 2011's hit flick hold for its villain?
We already know that Tom Hiddleston's Loki will play a secondary villain role in superhero sequel Thor: The Dark World, sitting on the sidelines while Hemsworth's Thor dukes it out with the evil Malkeith The Dark Elf (played by Christopher Eccleston). This week, though, Hiddleston has offered a snippet of info on how he has moved his role forward for the second instalment in the solo-Avenger series.
Here's what the actor had to say: "Everyone upstairs in space is going to have an opinion on what happened over the course of Avengers Assemble. Thor and Loki were gone from Asgard for a time, and to all intents and purposes hell broke loose and they were both responsible! Within one moment, within one scene, within one hour, within one day, Loki can do these huge 180 degree turns, where he can be enjoying himself, and completely in control, and then the next moment he's completely lost control, and the truth of his broken heart is plain for all to see."
It's still hard to tell, then, how much screen-time Hiddleston will rack up here, but we probably shouldn't be surprised if Thor's main foe makes a proper comeback in The Avengers 2 when it rolls around in 2015! Thor: The Dark World hammers into cinemas worldwide on November 8th, 2013.