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When it was announced that Tom Hiddleston would play Loki in Marvel Studios’ upcoming Thor: Ragnarok, lots of fans assumed that The Dark World’s villain would be none other than Thanos (Josh Brolin), the arch-rivals of Thor throughout the Marvel Cinematic Universe — including Joss Whedon’s The Avengers.
Fans also expected to see the character appear in the trailer for Doctor Strange, as he’s most notably depicted in the opening scenes of Marvel Studios’ latest blockbuster, which were released yesterday. We’re told, however, that the role played by Loki will not be seen in Doctor Strange.
But according to The Hollywood Reporter’s Joss Whedon, the character’s absence from Thor: Ragnarok may not be permanent after all. In fact, he said he was still keeping Loki away from the sequel:
Whedon has now told THR that he wasn’t always completely pleased with the direction Thor: The Dark World was taking and that Loki being part of it would have been a nice way to see him back. But, ultimately, his feeling was that, “This is Thor movie, this is his movie,” and I got him the part … In the end, Loki didn’t take us any further into the future. He did come for a fight scene in episode six [of The Avengers], but he left with the door wide open for the audience to do the story we’re telling now.
Whedon went on to say that he’s not totally sure why Loki’s presence wasn’t revealed in Doctor Strange, but admitted that “I think everybody thinks I got a really nice little tease,” but “I have to admit, the question lingers … Who knows?”
Doctor Strange opens Nov. 4, 2018.
(via The Hollywood Reporter)
Tens of thousands of men are now having to wait for surgery on the wrong part of their penis because, like the rest of us, they got it wrong.
It’s the world’s biggest problem and not because there’s just one cause – for years now the problem has been compounded by the ever-evolving practice of phimosis, the lack of the foreskin covering the penis.
In other words, some men have had the entire penis cut down