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'The Avengers' Tom Hiddleston on 'Thor 2' and Being the Bad Guy

PARADE Modified: May 4, 2012 at 9:16 am •  Published: May 3, 2012
looked terrifying. Mercifully that's not what greets me every morning. They make my eyes look sunken and they hollowed out the pits of my eyes. My jawline was more defined. With black hair and pale skin, my blue eyes suddenly look kind of creepy and alien almost. Just knowing that was the silhouette walking onto the set, it makes you feel different. Wearing 40 pounds of leather and metal makes you feel like a bad ass."

On Thor 2.
"He was a prince who loved his brother and I hope we get back to that since he started that way. I think that's the most fascinating aspect of him. He's constantly treading on this tightrope of redemption. In Avengers, he has really yielded to the dark side but hopefully down the line there is a possibility of redemption. The question is can he be forgiven by Thor? Can he accept that forgiveness? Can he forgive himself and does he want to? And even in the event of that reconciliation, is that the last of the god of mischief? The mythology of the character is that you can never quite trust him."

His funny bone.
"I am desperate to do a comedy now. If Judd Apatow wants to give me a call, I would love to. I love those movies. It's nice to flex the funny bone." has disabled the comments for this article.