Tom Hiddleston Uncertain If He Will Return as Loki

The 43-year-old actor, who has been playing the God of Mischief in Marvel films and on television series for 14 years, discusses the matter on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!'

AceShowbiz - Tom Hiddleston, who has played Loki in Marvel films and on television series for 14 years, has expressed uncertainty about whether he will return to the role. He discussed the matter while appearing in the Thursday, April 11 episode of "Jimmy Kimmel Live!"

"I don't know," he told Jimmy Kimmel in the episode when asked if he was done playing the character. "I really don't know."

Hiddleston's response comes after the season two finale of "Loki", which seemed to wrap up the Asgardian God of Mischief's story. However, Hiddleston added that he was satisfied with that conclusion.

"I know that we've reached some sort of narrative conclusion with season two, which feels very satisfying to me," he said.

Despite Loki's actions in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Hiddleston maintains that he doesn't consider the character a villain. "I'm aware that he's made some interesting choices," Hiddleston acknowledged.

He continued, "Once upon a time, he was making some misguided choices... You know, trying to take over New York and the Avengers having to assemble to stop him, that was a bad day in the office. But I'd like to think that 14 years later, he's making some slightly more generous, loving, and heroic choices."

Hiddleston has been with Loki for a long time, and he admits that it has had a significant impact on his life. "When I was cast in 2009, I was 28, and I'm 43 now, and that's a big chunk of my adult life I've been playing this amazing character," he said. "It's changed the course of my life completely."

Despite his uncertain future as Loki, Hiddleston said he hasn't kept any mementos from the set, including Loki's iconic horns. "I don't know where I would put them if I were to keep them," he said. "I don't know what message that sends to guests who come over for dinner."

While Hiddleston may be unsure about his future as Loki, the character's executive producer, Kevin R. Wright, has hinted that more stories within the character's world may be possible.

"We wanted this to feel like a proper ending for our show, but that does not mean that there won't be more Loki or stories within this world," Wright said in an interview following the season two finale. "We just wanted to give this a proper ending in a way that we often don't get to do in the MCU."

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