Benedict Cumberbatch and Doctor Strange were recently confirmed for Thor: Ragnarok. Last night saw Tom Hiddleston take home the Golden Globe for Night Manager and MTV caught up with the Loki actor to discuss the MCU.
Hiddleston started off by confirming both Loki and Doctor Strange for Thor: Ragnarok.
"Yes. Yes. Do we? Okay, we do. Yeah," Hiddleston said about the inclusion of Loki and Doctor Strange.
It was then remarked that Loki and Doctor Strange have to share a scene.
"I can't spoil anything for you," Hiddleston responded. "I am in no position to question the wisdow of the Marvel's power-that-be, but let's put it this way, Doctor Strange has very intensely, cerebral, time-bending powers. At the end of Thor: The Dark World, Loki’s on the throne. What happened to Odin? So, maybe Doctor Strange has to help out with that particular conundrum.”
Tom Hiddleston also shot down the rumor that he will be appearing as Benedict Cumberbatch's brother in the BBC series, Sherlock.
"No. Sorry. Sorry," Hiddleston said.
Tom Hiddleston is also starring in Kong: Skull Island.
"He is magnifcent in it. Wow. He's like 100-feet tall," Hiddleston said about King Kong. "It's so epic."
"Thor: Raganarok" has a November 3, 2017 release directed by Taika Waititi starring Chris Hemsworth as Thor, Mark Ruffalo as Hulk/Banner, Tom Hiddleston as Loki, Idris Elba as Heimdall, Cate Blanchett as Hela, Tessa Thompson as Valkyrie, Jeff Goldblum as Grandmaster, Anthony Hopkins as Odin and Sam Neill in an unknown role.