Because of Comic-Con, Tom Hiddleston’s Loki hasn’t died in the MCU.

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Because of Comic-Con, Tom Hiddleston’s Loki hasn’t died in the MCU.

In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Loki has escaped death three times. At the conclusion of both Thor and Thor: The Dark World, he was considered dead. But he always returned. In Avengers: Infinity War, he died for real. However, he was brought back for the Loki Disney+ series in Avengers: Endgame. And it wasn’t because Marvel couldn’t make up its mind about the character that he kept alive. It all began on a fateful day in 2013 at Comic-Con.

Tom Hiddleston’s final Marvel film was meant to be ‘Thor: The Dark World.’

At this point, Hela may be the Goddess of Death, but Loki may as well be the God. Loki was considered dead in Thor when he purposefully fell off the Bifrost. After The Avengers, he was stabbed and assumed dead in Thor: The Dark World. Kevin Feige’s intention, in reality, was for him to remain dead. However, according to Feige, test audiences refused to accept Hiddleston’s character died. Instead, in Thor: Ragnarok, Loki was discovered to be alive and posing as Odin.

In Avengers: Infinity War, he died for the last time. Hiddleston even admitted that he thought that was his final stand.

He told Entertainment Weekly, “It felt very, very definitive.” “And I thought to myself, ‘OK, that’s it.’ This is Loki’s final bow, and the Odinson story comes to a close.’

Hiddleston reappeared in Avengers: Endgame, escaping with the Tesseract/Space Stone, thanks to time travel. The Disney+ series was launched as a result of this escape. However, the sequence was only designed to cause the Avengers more problems.

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Marvel rethought his arc after Tom Hiddleston’s presentation at Comic-Con in 2013.

Loki’s importance to Phase 1 of the MCU was obvious to Feige. He wanted Thor’s younger brother to be the main character… This is a condensed version of the narrative. I hope you found it entertaining.

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