AceShowbiz - Tom Hiddleston will be reprising his role as Loki in "Avengers 4". The "Kong: Skull Island" actor was spotted in Atlanta on November 2 filming a scene of the upcoming movie. He wasn't alone, though. Fellow "Avengers 4" actors Chris Hemsworth and Robert Downey Jr. were seen alongside him.
The pictures of the shoot which spread online led fans to speculate that the stars were filming a flashback scene. The speculation arose as Hiddleton's character was seen being restrained by a device over his mouth. They might be recreating the ending of "The Avengers", where Loki lost to the superheroes.
wtf is going on with Avengers 4 pic.twitter.com/zhDPvjZYs8— Jake�(@bonjourlapeen) 2 November 2017
Fans were more convinced as Hemsworth was seen sporting long hair despite his character cutting his blond locks in "Thor: Ragnarok". Not only that, but Hemsworth was also seen chatting with co-star Downey Jr., who rocked a black-and-gold Sabbath shirt. Fans could immediately tell that it was the same shirt that Downey Jr.'s character wore in the first "Avengers" movie. Some bruises could also be seen on the "Iron Man" actor. Many fans suggested that the actors could be filming a throwback scene where Downey Jr.'s character was trying to calm down angry Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) after the battle of New York.
Avengers 4 // The Avengers pic.twitter.com/PncY5Gxv7d— Marvel's Series BR (@MarvelsSeriesBR) 2 November 2017
"Avengers 4" will land in theaters on May 3, 2019.
Aside from filming the fourth "Avengers" movie, Hiddleston is currently busy promoting "Thor: Ragnarok" alongside Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson. In a recent interview, Hiddleston talked about his thoughts of Loki, saying that his character's changed in the movie.
"He's a mercurial spirit, and the minute you try to define him, he changes shape," he said. "Events in ['Thor: Ragnarok'] do try and inspire him to change forever... The Goddess of Death shows up, and the stakes are high for everybody, so Loki, perhaps more than ever, is challenged to define himself in the face of that threat."