Tom Hiddleston"s Genius Loki Moment Calls Back To Robert Downey Jr"s MCU-Defining Improv

  • Both Tom Hiddleston and Robert Downey Jr. improvised important closing lines for their characters, showcasing their dedication and longevity in the MCU.
  • The improvised line in the finale of Loki season 2 signifies the true glorious purpose that Loki has always sought after now that he's the new God of Stories.
  • Hiddleston's improvised line highlights his understanding of the character and his ability to embody Loki across multiple appearances, just as RDJ's portrayal of Iron Man was essential to the MCU.
Tom Hiddleston's genius Loki moment calls back to Robert Downey Jr.'s equally genius line as Iron Man in Avengers: Endgame. Both Hiddleston and RDJ have been a part of the MCU since the very first phase of films. While Tony Stark was the MCU's first hero, Loki was the Avengers' villain in the MCU timeline. As such, the fact that both Hiddleston and Downey each improvised final lines is quite a testament to their tenure and dedication to their respective characters.
As seen in Loki season 2's finale, it's been revealed that Loki's last line to his friends was improvised by Hiddleston himself. While Loki's future is unknown now that he's maintaining and preventing the collapse of a vast portion of the multiverse as a new god, the level of finality for Loki was huge at the end of Loki season 2, much like Iron Man at the end of Avengers: Endgame who used the Infinity Stones to snap Thanos and his forces out of existence. Here's why Hiddleston and Downey's improvised MCU lines are so important to their respective character arcs, and specifically what it says about Loki in comparison.


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