Hiddlestoners, hold onto your seats — you now have yet another reason to love your favorite avenging villain. (Or non-avenging, it seems. Sadface).
For those of you who
have been living under a rock didn't attend San Diego Comic-Con and/or haven't read the countless articles online, let us get you up to speed.
Tom Hiddleston is an English actor who has become famous among comic book geeks and non-geeks alike for his portrayal of Loki in "Thor", "The Avengers" and the upcoming "Thor: The Dark World". Over the weekend, Hiddleston basically secured his title as this year's Comic-Con MVP when he surprised audiences at the "Thor" Hall H panel dressed from head-to-toe as his evil alter ego. In short: it was awesome, and the crowd. went. wild.
But what the 6,000-plus attendees didn't see was Hiddleston geeking out over his new movie later on the red carpet. Fresh off the heels of his Hall H appearance, Hiddleston — now looking quite dapper after a quick outfit change — tackled the daunting post-panel press line. But instead of answering the same boring questions over and over again, he brought his usual charm and sense of humor to this Yahoo! Movies interview when he acted out the plot of "Thor: The Dark World" using three action figures, including one of himself. (Apparently, "I hate your guts!" is a running theme of the movie.) It has to be said: It's the most fun we've ever had watching someone play with themselves.
Loki Hiddleston and the gang in theaters Nov. 8.