Re: Tom Hiddleston: Loki Redux
I am hoping that Loki doesn't turn neither good nor evil. I want him to remain ambiguous. I don't want him developing a conscience or guilt. I want to be able to understand his motivations even if his actions are bad.
Also, count me in wanting to see more sorcery from Loki. I wonder how they will achieve this without making it Harry Potter-ish and still be close to "magic is advanced science we don't get".
Looking back, Loki's magic has been pretty lame so far. Even when he had the glow sticks. Staff blasts, duplication, mind control. It's a credit to the actor that he still seemed such a big threat despite the limited powers we've seen from Loki.
I am happy though that at least they showed Loki to be physically stronger than humans.