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Article by jinniesathot posted 4 months ago
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Infinity War Fix-it fic. The Avengers and their allies are losing the battle against Thanos. As New York falls, Loki finds his way into Dr. Strange's sanctuary, where Strange guards the last remaining Infinity Stone, locked away in the Eye of Agamotto.

All Loki has to do to fix it is to go back in time, all the way back to before he let the Jotun into Asgard during Thor's botched coronation, and change things. Fix the past, and he'll fix the future.

The only problem is Loki hasn't considered what exactly is waiting for him in the past. Or more precisely, who. Thor is back there, and he's even more bloodthirsty and uncontrolled than Loki remembers.
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Opinion by Lanalamprouge posted over a year ago
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songs that just make me think of Loki

{E.T by Katy Perry}
okay almost every tribute of this song with Loki has been watched and loved ((by my)) this is honestly the perfect song for how much i just love this guy and I wish I had more upbeat and fun songs like this on the playlist but I just rarely listen to songs like this in general, an apology to Loki's spunky side

{Love addict by Family Force 5}
yeah this is just a fangirl song for him as in I sing it with me singing about him like E.T

{Your heart is as black as night by Melody Gardot}
"If i let you hang around I'm bound to lose my mind" trying to reason to yourself that he's technically the villain of the story... and failing

{World so Cold by 12 stones}
this song is one that I only like unto a certain point but man does it remind me of Loki especially the part where these lyrics are playing
"Are you sane?Where is the shame? A moment of time passes you by, you cannot rewind, whos to blame? where did it start? is there a cure for your sickness? have you no heart? I don't believe men were born to be killers, i don't believe the world can't be saved,...
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List by SherlockStark posted over a year ago
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Here is a list of songs to make one think of Loki <3

- For Your Entertainment by Adam Lambert

- Princes of the Universe by Queen (Loki & Thor)

- My Evil Plan to Save the World by Five Iron Frenzy

- Mad World by Gary Jules

- Let it Rock by Kevin Rudolph

- Cold as Ice by Firewind

- Numb by Linkin Park

- Leave out all the Rest by Linkin Park

- Going under by Evanescence

- I'll Try by Jesse McCartney

- Push by Matchbox Twenty

- Underneath by Adam Lambert

- No light, no light by Florance + the Machine

- E.T. by Katy Perry

- Made to be Ruled by Vishal Bala

- Which to Bury, Us or the Hatchet? by Relient K (Loki & Thor)

- In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth 3 by Coheed & Cambria

- Magic Man by Heart (for all us fangirls XD)

- Undisclosed Desires by Muse
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Article by sideshowbobbart posted over a year ago
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Loki: In the end, it will be every man for himself...

Loki: How desperate are you that you would call upon such lost creatures to defend you?
Nick Fury: How desperate? You threaten my world with war, you steal a force you can't hope to control and you kill cause its fun. You've made me VERY desperate.
Loki:Ou! It burns you to have come so close. To have the teceract. To have power. Unlimited power. And for what? A warm light for all man kind to share. ANd then to be reminded what real power is.
Nick Fury: Well let me know if real power wants a magazine or something

Loki: You would trade a whole planet for the life of one person? What does he owe you?
Natasha Romanoff: I've got a little red in my ledger, I'd like to get it out with his help.
Loki: Can you? Can you get out that much red? Vanko, Tugenov, Romanoff... Barton told me everything. Your ledger is dripping, it's gushing red, and you think saving a man no less virtuous than yourself will change anything? This is the basest sentimentality. This is a child at prayer... PATHETIC! You lie and kill in the service of liars and killers. You pretend to be separate, to have...
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Article by sideshowbobbart posted over a year ago
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Odin: But the day will come when one of you will have to defend that peace.
Young Loki: Do the Frost Giants still live?
Young Thor: When I'm king, I'll hunt the monsters down and slay them all! Just as you did, father.
Odin: A wise king, never seeks out war. But...he must always be ready for it.
[he walks away and the boys run to catch up with him]
Young Thor: I'm ready, father.
Young Loki: So am I!
Odin: Only one of you can ascend to the throne. But both of you were born to be kings!

(In the trailer)
Loki:I will destroy their kind
Thor: You can't kill an entire race
Loki:Then die with them!

Thor: It's unwise to be in my company now, brother. This was to be my day of triumph.
Loki: It'll come. In time.


Loki: If it's any consolation, I think you're right. About the Frost Giants, about Laufey, about everything. If they found a way to penetrate
Asgard's defenses once, who's to say they won't try again. Next time with an army.
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Review by LokiLuver13 posted over a year ago
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n Norse mythology, Loki is a god or jötunn (or both). Loki is the son of Fárbauti and Laufey, and the brother of Helblindi and Býleistr. By the jötunn Angrboða, Loki is the father of Hel, the wolf Fenrir, and the world serpent Jörmungandr. By his wife Sigyn, Loki is the father of Nari or Narfi. And with the stallion Svaðilfari as the father, Loki gave birth—in the form of a mare—to the eight-legged horse Sleipnir. In addition, Loki is referred to as the father of Váli in the Prose Edda.
Loki's relation with the gods varies by source. Loki sometimes assists the gods and sometimes causes problems for them. Loki is a shape shifter and in separate incidents he appears in the form of a salmon, mare, seal, a fly, and possibly an elderly woman. Loki's positive relations with the gods end with his role in engineering the death of the god Baldr. Loki is eventually bound by the gods with the entrails of one of his sons.
In both the Poetic Edda and the Prose Edda, the goddess Skaði is responsible for placing a serpent above him while he is bound. The serpent drips venom from above him that Sigyn collects into a bowl. However, she must empty the bowl when it is full,...
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Review by milkie posted over a year ago
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Tom Hiddleston may play the Norse god of mischief in “Thor,” but he’s committed to staying stone-cold serious when it comes to another major turn in a superhero film.

And this is the part where we say “Spoiler Alert – Sorta.” So if you haven’t seen “Thor” yet, beware…All good? We won’t insist on a ticket stub.

Hiddleston’s captivating turn as Thor’s pot-stirring brother Loki has already earmarked him with the same kind of career heat as leading man Chris Hemsworth, and he’ll definitely be joining Hemsworth as he heads into next summer’s “The Avengers,” Marvel Studio’s big screen gathering of it’s A-list heroes – and just like in the first 1963 issue of the comic book, it will be Loki’s troublemaking that requires the superstars to band together.

“I think a red dot will form on my forehead if I give any more information about Loki and ‘The Avengers,’” laughs Hiddleston, looking discreetly for Marvel-hired snipers taking a laser-targeted bead on him. “All I can tell you is that Loki will be in ‘The Avengers,’ and it’ll take more than Chris to stop me this time.” But...
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Review by milkie posted over a year ago
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Tom Hiddleston is fast becoming one of our best-loved actors. Your auntie adores him in Cranford (he plays the young man who's so passionate about the railway and Jodie Whittaker). Your cultured friends raved about his Cassio in Othello at the Donmar, while crime addicts are always talking about how put-upon he is in his role as Kenneth Branagh's number two in BBC1's Wallander. Even your pre-teen son is excited about seeing him as Loki in the forthcoming big-screen Marvel comic adaptation of Thor, directed by Branagh. Luckily, it does not seem to matter to Hiddleston that he is hot property. He's been through Cambridge, RADA, and the RSC but practically the first thing he tells me when I meet him in Chelsea for supper is how unworthy he feels. Running a hand bashfully through his slightly frizzy blond hair, he says he has just returned from making an independent film on the Scilly isle of Tresco, where he made friends with the local partridges and found the landscape so beautiful, so humbling'.
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Review by milkie posted over a year ago
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It's hard to picture lithe, dark-haired Tom Hiddleston as the blond, heavily muscled God of Thunder, but the British actor actually auditioned first for the title role in 'Thor,' not his lesser-known brother, Loki.Then again, the pale Goth look Hiddleston rocks as the God of Mischief couldn't be more different from Hiddleston's usual appearance. "Usually, I look like Gene Wilder," the actor confessed of his naturally light, curly hair.

Considering how well he fits the role of Loki, the actor -- whose credits include the series 'Wallender' with 'Thor' director Kenneth Branagh -- might consider keeping those darker locks.

Hiddleston talked to Moviefone about being faster than Thor, how's he the smartest god in the room, and how that iconic horned helmet is a lot like the Batsuit.

Moviefone: You actually first read for Thor.
Tom Hiddleston: "[Co-producer] Craig [Kyle] says I was always going for Loki, it's just that I didn't know that. Ken was looking for raw and physical intensity for Thor and he told me I'd be better suited in a more complex role that was less about the physicality and more about the machinations of his brain.
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