why do i feel like Loki is going to die in Thor 2
My sweet precious baby can we just ugh
I’m having so many feelz right now AND I’M INFLICTING THEM UPON MYSELF BUT I CANT SEEM TO STOP HELP ME
I would just like to say (because I’ve gotten crap on this before and now) that i am fully aware that Loki is a villain and evil, etc. Nothing can justify the things he did.
I still just feel sorry for him, that’s all. I’m not saying, ‘OMG POOR BB HES JUST MISUNDERSTOOOOOOOD’ but all im just sad that he’s made awful choices that has more led him down this horrible path to villainy.
I just hate how broken his relationship with Thor is.
I love Thor =[ he must be going through hellish torture between doing what’s right and trying not to give up on his little brother.
Deep down, i don’t think he will ever give up on Loki.
It actually kind of really depresses me that Loki and Thor have gotten to the point where they are complete enemies. I hate seeing Loki locked up and I hate knowing that Thor can’t trust Loki. I mean, Thor, who’s supposed to be this great, golden boy of good, just threatened to kill his little brother.
For heaven’s sake, they grew up together.
I hope Loki has some sort of redemption, even if it’s tiny and only lasts for a moment.
God pls, just because my feels can’t take it anymore
The actor also notes that Thor will be calling on his brother Loki (played by Tom Hiddleston) to aid him in The Dark World. “Needing Loki’s help turns everything on its head, and it allows us to explore the underlying complexities of their relationship. It really ends up being a kind of chess match.”
My Loki shirt came in today! Finally! I love it. It’s abstract and beautiful and omg Loki feelz though seriously alskdhalksjdlashdakjbkasbd LOVE
If you want some Loki/Tom gear, you can click here. I lover her etsy site! Note: I should have ordered a size bigger, the one I have fits me ok but I prefer baggy t-shirts so make sure you double check the size before you order it. If you’re on the line about getting a size, get the bigger one =].
Hi! Wow, thanks so much for thinking of me. I’m not sure I am the best person to ask about this because it’s been awhile since I have ranted about the issue [bahaha] but I can try to go through a few main points… I think it’s all subjective though, really. There are so many factors that I’m not sure I can touch base on all of them and do it justice. I would definitely ask other people as well alskjdlaskjd But I shall try!
Loki wasn’t always exactly the happiest little god ever before the whole incident on finding out who he really was happened. The part that always got to me was the fact that in Asgard, strength and stealth were always valued over intelligence and wit. Not saying that the latter virtues weren’t prized, but it is obvious that being a courageous warrior was something that people looked up to— and it also happened to be something that Loki wasn’t. He grew up in a place where his best qualities were brushed aside in favor of his brother’s.
Thor: We were raised together, we played together, we fought together. Do you remember none of that?
Loki: I remember a shadow, living in the shade of your greatness. I remember you tossing me into an abyss, I who was and should be king!
But remember, before Loki got to this point, he was heartbroken. In fact, his first actions were out of pain and hurt more than anger and jealousy.
Loki: I never wanted the throne, I only ever wanted to be your equal!
The next point is an obvious one— as if all of this pent-up frustration and pain wasn’t bad enough, on top of being torn about his brother’s banishment, when Odin confesses the truth of Loki’s true heritage, his heart breaks. And that is the starting point of when all goes to hell. He’s convinced that Odin used him and never loved him.
Loki: So I am no more than another stolen relic, locked up here until you might have use of me?
So our poor bb goes a bit cray, you see. I am in no way justifying his actions, because it is obvious that Loki is a villain, but I still stand by the idea that he is not fully evil or truly corrupt. This has been a very, very controversial issue in the past among this fandom, but I want to make it clear that Loki is, indeed, a villain. I think most people connect with it because it’s so painful and real, but it’s also something that we can relate to on some level [not completely of course, unless you’re a frost giant or some king adopted you, in which case wow we need to sit down and talk because omg] and for that, Loki and his tragic story has our sympathy to some degree. You can read a little more about this here, when I ranted about it awhile ago.
I will leave you with one last point before I digress. And it’s one that gives me the most feelzSOB. Despite everything that Loki grew up around— being discriminated against because he was different [and I’m talking about personality-wise now; this is before he found out that he was the son of Laufey], there was one person who stayed by his side no matter what, even until the very end before the last glimpse of the Loki that once had some pure good in him was gone forever— Thor. But once he found out that Thor had come home, in love with a woman he had met in Midgard, Loki felt truly lost and abandoned, and for me, that was the moment that I feel he really lost it.
Anyway, this was super wordy and I was struggling to put my thoughts together [it’s been a loooong few weeks haha] but I hoped that I helped, even a little. Sorry it took so long to get back to you, my exams have really taken a toll on me lately. Hopefully you get this soon! I am no Loki expert, but I am a Loki lover.
I would seriously like
just die of elation
if Graham Norton had Tom Hiddleston on his show
LIKE SERIOUSLY CAN WE MAKE THIS HAPPEN
^ Click for basically the best thing in the world ever like seriously I can’t even breathe right now what is my life
HOW CAN THIS MAN BE THIS ADORABLE HOW