Tom Hiddleston explains why Loki won’t be in Thor: Love and Thunder, revealing that it’s best for the Asgardian Princes to be separated for now.
Tom Hiddleston confirms that Loki is not in Thor: Love and Thunder, explaining why it’s best to have the Asgardian Princes separated at this point. Marvel Studios will drop its third Disney+ series in Loki, which will focus on the God of Mischief. Despite his continued existence in the MCU, however, don’t expect that the anti-hero will reunite soon with the God of Thunder.
Since they debuted in 2011 via Kenneth Branagh’s Thor, Hiddleston and Chris Hemsworth have appeared together in the MCU a total of six times. Amidst their contentious relationship, their arcs were intricately intertwined as they’re time and time again brought together by a common goal. Unfortunately, Loki met his end in Avengers: Infinity War after the pair had finally found a comfortable dynamic. This time, his death sticks in the primary MCU, but he exists in an alternate reality; the pre-redeemed 2012 Loki will embark on a new adventure, while Thor, unaware of his brother’s current mission, has his own story going on in Thor: Love and Thunder