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The Marvel Visual Dictionary explained that Loki does not turn blue even after death due to Odin’s magical shift towards him. It seems to be permanent, except when Loki touches an object owned or created by the Frost Giants of Jotunheim. That’s why Loki didn’t change color again when Thanos killed him.
Hiddleston apparently said goodbye to the character in 2018’s Avengers: Infinity War when the surviving Asgardians were attacked in space by Thanos, who strangled Loki to death after an attempted betrayal.
Loki has a sick look on his face because he is being manipulated by the Mind Stone. Even at this point in the MCU timeline. Thanos was playing a long game. He looked sick due to the effects of the Mind Stone inside the scepter.
Having lied to him his entire life, Loki sought to kill Asgard’s greatest enemy, the Frost Giants, his real people, to prove his competence to his adoptive father, Odin. He was a misguided antagonist and a contrast to Thor, yes. But to call Loki a “villain” would be too simplistic and, frankly, too uncharitable.
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Thomas William Hiddleston (Westminster, London, February 9, 1981) is a British film, television and theater actor and producer. He was awarded the Golden Globe Award for his performance in The Night Manager. He is known for having played Loki in the film adaptations of Marvel Studios’ Thor Trilogy: Thor (2011), Thor: The Dark World (2013) and Thor: Ragnarok (2017), as well as in The Avengers (2012), Avengers: Infinity War (2018), Avengers: Endgame (2019) and the Disney+ series Loki (2021).
In 2002 he appeared in the British film The Gathering Storm where he played Major Randolph Churchill, son of Sir Winston Churchill (Albert Finney) and Clementine “Clemmie” Churchill (Vanessa Redgrave).
In 2005 he appeared in the film A Waste of Shame: The Mystery of Shakespeare and His Sonnets where he played John Hall. Tom won his first role as Oakley in Unrelated (2007), the son of George (David Rintoul). He appeared in the miniseries Return to Cranford (2009), the sequel to Cranford, where he played William Buxton alongside Francesca Annis, Jim Carter, Judi Dench, Tim Curry, Imelda Staunton and Jonathan Pryce.
Son of the scientist and director of a pharmaceutical company James Norman Hiddleston and the actress and theater producer Diana Patricia Servaes, he has gone through theater and television before being immersed in the world of cinema. After studying at Elton College, first, and then at Cambridge, and participating, at both schools, in renowned theatrical productions, he graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) located in London.
Although his fame came when he gave life to Loki, the most important moment of his career was undoubtedly the theatrical representation of Otello that took place in London and in which he shared the stage with Ewan McGregor and Chiwetel Ejiofor. It was there that Kenneth Branagh, the director of Thor (2011), discovered his talent. The Brit showed up at the casting with nine kilos of muscle mass more, but Branagh thought he would fit better as the evil brother of the god of thunder.
Tom Hiddleston has not wanted to be pigeonholed into one type of production, which not only proves his talent, but has also allowed him to improve as an actor. In an interview with Gatopardo he confessed that the actors he has always admired “have followed their instincts and curiosities” when choosing one role or another.
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Lost in the darkest depths of the universe, Loki made a deal with The Other, a servant of Thanos, who gave him the powerful Scepter and control over the Chitauri to conquer Earth. Once he reached Midgard, Loki assembled his own army of human soldiers, managed to take possession of the mystical Tesseract and used its power to begin the Chitauri Invasion, however, he was later defeated by the Avengers, whom he tried to defeat, unsuccessfully. Not long after, Thor returned with Loki to Asgard, where Odin sentenced him to spend the rest of his life in prison as punishment for his crimes.
Soon, however, Loki’s actions would have consequences, as Thanos raided the Statesman in search of the Tesseract, forcing Loki to hand over the artifact to him after seeing his allies being killed and, as punishment, he was strangled by the Mad Titan in front of Thor.
As he grew older, Loki always felt he was living in Thor’s shadow, envying the fact that Thor was more destined to be King instead of him. Loki’s jealousy and his eagerness to gain Odin’s appreciation slowly altered his personality for the worse. Over time he became aloof, unconcerned and ambitious, making great efforts to achieve greatness without thinking of the consequences of his actions. Thor’s personality was also affected by the fact that Thor was more destined to be King than he was.