In the last scene of Loki season 2, Tom Hiddleston improvised a callback to Thor.

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Tom Hiddleston, who plays Loki in the Disney+ series, revealed that he improvised his last sentence, which was a reference to a moment from 2011’s Thor. In an interview, Hiddleston explained the background behind the pivotal scene in the Loki Season 2 finale involving his beloved character. “They knew it would be important for me, even though we had a version of it in the script.” Hiddleston thought back. “I took a little jog around Pinewood Studios’ property. I was listening to various movie soundtracks since, as you may know, I love to run and it’s when I think the best. Actually, one of them was Patrick Doyle’s Thor score. The fact that it was the final thing I was going to say, the distance we had to go, and the significance of the experience for me personally overwhelmed me. The statement just occurred to me while I was thinking of everyone who had supported me along the road, as well as the individuals who had helped me create this character and other things.”

As Season 2 came to a close, Loki became into the “God of Stories,” giving him the ability to rule the timelines by himself at the End of Time, all in order to protect his new family. Loki declares at the start of this last scene, “I know what I want.” To Mobius and Sylvie, “I know what kind of God I need to be for you, for all of us.” Astute Marvel fans immediately pointed out that the well-known quote was the identical one Loki had spoken to Odin at the conclusion of the first Thor film. Hiddleston also discussed how Loki’s character growth differed in the two situations. The line was described as a “desperate plea for approval and validation” in the 2010 film. It’s a painful call for assistance from a son who feels like he doesn’t belong.” The identical statement, nevertheless, was said by a Loki who “has lived through that moment and understands something much deeper” in the Loki Season 2 finale. It simply felt like, “Now that I understand.” I know what has to be done. It has nothing to do with me. You are the focus.”

Kevin Wright, the executive producer of Loki, has previously expressed optimism about a future in which Hiddleston’s Loki and Chris Hemsworth’s Thor will be back together. He teasingly said, “I think the focus of the story we’re telling has always been the sun shining on Loki and Thor once again.” “But we need to emotionally get Loki to a specific place before that encounter can truly be rewarding. The last time MCU viewers saw the divine pair was in Avengers: Infinity War, when Thor saw Loki perish at the hands of Thanos once more. Together with Owen Wilson as Mobius, Oscar winner Ke Huy Quan as Ouroboros or O.B., Sophia Di Martino as Sylvie, Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Ravonna Renslayer, Wunmi Mosaku as Hunter B-15, Tara Strong as Miss Minutes, Jonathan Majors as He Who Remains/Victor Timely, and Rafael Casal as Hunter X-5 were also featured in Loki Season 2. Whether the show will return for a third episode, which may have a different plot, is still up in the air.

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