Tom Hiddleston recently sat down with Josh Horowitz from MTV for Horowitz’ interview series Personal Space. Hiddleston’s dream of performing on Broadway, which he has harbored since his first visit to New York in 1998, is finally coming true with the premiere of Harold Pinter’s play Betrayal at The Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre. The play recently had a sold out run at the Harold Pinter Theatre in London with stellar reviews.
Hiddleston also shared a bit more information about Loki, one of the Marvel Cinematic Universe shows coming to Disney+. Filming starts right after Betrayal on Broadway finishes it’s run, and the six episodes will feature more Loki than all of the movies combined. Hiddleston was told about the fate of his character in Avengers: Infinity War when he came in for talks about the events in Thor: Ragnarok, and as he filmed his scenes in Infinity War, he thought that it would be the last time he ever played Loki. That changed six weeks before the world premiere of Avengers: Infinity War, when he got the news that Loki would be back with his own show, though he didn’t know the story yet.
They also touch on if Hiddleston would like to be on “the list” to play James Bond, who the best actor he has ever done karaoke with is, and what it is like to switch between working in the theater and on the set of a movie. Watch the entire interview below!