Tom Hiddleston Opens Up About Loki’s Fluid Sexuality

Loki has been fluid in the comics for years.

Tom Hiddleston recently talked about Loki’s sexuality after being revealed to be fluid in the Disney Plus series.

In the pages of Marvel Comics, it’s well-known that Loki is fluid in sexuality. That has now made its way to the Marvel Cinematic Universe with Tom Hiddleston’s new series on Disney Plus. That aspect of the character hasn’t come up in the Loki series beyond a case file, but it may be explored in future episodes.

While talking to MTV News, Tom Hiddleston opened up to Josh Horowitz about Loki officially being fluid in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and how he’s approached it as an actor since the first Thor film:

“Absolutely, yes. It has been in the story of the character for hundreds, if not thousands of years. Loki is a trickster. Boundaries and identity has always been fluid and I’ve really enjoyed that. I remember even when I was first cast reading about that stuff and I’m really pleased that we have a place to explore it.”

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Here is the synopsis for the new series:

In Marvel Studios’ “Loki,” the mercurial villain Loki (Tom Hiddleston) resumes his role as the God of Mischief in a new series that takes place after the events of “Avengers: Endgame.”

Directed by Kate Herron, with Michael Waldron serving as head writer, the upcoming series stars Tom Hiddleston, Sophia Di Martino, Owen Wilson, and Gugu Mbatha-Raw.

The first two episodes are now streaming on Disney Plus, with new episodes released on Wednesdays. Stay tuned for all the latest news on the series and the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and be sure to subscribe to Heroic Hollywood’s YouTube channel for more exclusive video content.

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Ryden Scarnato

Ryden Scarnato

Ryden’s affection for all things DC, Marvel, and Star Wars has led him to entertainment journalism at Heroic Hollywood as a News Editor.

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