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Attending the UK opening night for The Book of Mormon, Tom Hiddleston did his best to avoid spoilers for Thor 2. He was extremely careful to avoid giving anything away but he did tease that there will be a surprising development between Thor and Loki :[Video Link Here]
With a new director can fans expect a slight change in tone? [Pause….] Yes, what can I say…I just want to reassure you that it’s going to be great. It’s darker in every respect I suppose in tone and Alan Taylor’s vision was tremendous. It’s really hard to say, I wish I could tell you but I kind of want to hold it back so that it’s new when you see it. I know that it will be exciting but I’m not going to say too much.
This being their third film together, does the strengthened real-life relationship between Tom and Chris Hemsworth bring a new dynamic between Thor and Loki in Thor: The Dark World?
There’s a development. There’s a logical or perhaps surprising development that I hope will be pleasing.
At the premiere of G.I. Joe: Retaliation, Red Carpet Newscaught up with Ray Stevenson as he talked excessively about his reprisal as Volstagg the Voluminous in Thor 2. Promising higher stakes for Asgard and Christopher Eccleston’s malevolent portrayal of Malekith the Accursed, Stevenson also comments on possibly joining The Avengers 2. [Video Link Here]
“Asgard’s under great threat, I mean the biggest threat it’s ever had. The worlds have been turned upside down, the stakes are a lot higher, it’s a lot grittier and darker. It’s gonna be a lot of fun! I saw Christopher Eccleston on set two or three times. The man is just a construement sort of, malevolent, dark force. He’s under so much …make-up that took hours and hours [to apply]. It takes a lot, but he’s bringing something very very dark and special to it. There’s always potential [for Volstagg to show up in The Avengers sequel]. There’s always room for a big guy in the end.”