Originally Posted by Rock Sexton
I don't recall Weaving making his comments in regards to anything else besides Red Skull.
Truthfully I agree with him because the character wasn't allowed to reach the potential it should've ..... With a guy like Weaving, you better allow him to be a dynamic element.
Yeah, the only comment I've heard Weaving make about the subject was about not really wanting to do Red Skull again, specifically.
But yes, there's no way Skully would ever wind up being the henchman of Thanos or anyone else, for that matter. Nor would Loki ever consent to serving anyone else, and he would absolutely balk at the suggestion that Thanos (or anybody) is his boss.
That's what makes putting together an MoE very difficult....in all the comic book incarnations, you get one particular leader organizing (loosely) the gang. But if you get a whole bunch of evil masterminds in the same room, nobody's going to consent to being governed by the others.