Tom Hiddleston Feels Exploring Loki’s Bis*xuality Was Important To Him: “MCU Has To Reflect The World We Live In”

Tom Hiddleston plays Loki on the Disney+ show (Picture Credit: Movie Still)

While MCU heroes are worshiped and loved, opponents also have a special place in hearts. Of all the baddies, the one that is really liked around the world is definitely Tom Hiddleston’s Loki. The Asgardian prince has been a mystery forever because you never knew when he was good or bad. The same was with his sexual orientation that the MCU didn’t delve into until there was a Disney+ show.

For those unaware, the Disney+ show Loki was the first to indulge in the sexual orientation of the God of Mischief. The show managed to confirm that the character is in bis*xual, just like in the comics. MCU very. Comics have represented them as gender fluidity, bis*xuality and more.

Adding to the same when Sylvie asked Loki if he was interested in any princesses or princes, he said, “A little bit of both.” That was the moment of victory. Now Tom Hiddleston talks about how Marvel needs to explore more in his latest interview. Read on to know what the actor had to say about it.

Speaking about Loki’s dwi*xuality according to ScreenRant, Tom Hiddleston said, “From his early days researching the character in ancient myths, Loki’s identity was fluid in every aspect and in gender, in sexuality. It There’s a very ancient part of the character and I think I thought about it. … It didn’t come up in the stories we told. And I was really happy and privileged, in fact, that it came into the series Is. “

Tom Hiddleston said, “It’s a small step. There’s more to do. But the Marvel Cinematic Universe has to reflect the world we live in. So it was an honor to bring it up. It really is was important to me. it was really important [director] Kate Heron And [showrunner] Michael Waldron, and I’m glad we were able to bring that into our story.”

However, Season 2 of Loki is already in production and we’re excited to see what the future holds for the character. Until then, stay tuned to Koimoi for more details.

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