Quote:As per the message from C yesterday we have all heard about AS being a possible candidate for Thor.
Now, here is an article from CBR today about someone who would want to play Loki. Which I find a bit surprising.
Personally, I think he's a good actor and possibly has the looks for Loki.
Remember, as some people have stated before, Loki is not really meant to be the " ugly" stereotypical villan in the myths as he has always been portrayed in the comics.
Wed, March 11th, 2009 at 8:06AM PST
Updated: Wed, March 11th, 2009 at 9:18AM PST
There's new casting rumors about the two lead roles: for the God of Mischief, IESB claims that Josh Hartnett has met with director Kenneth Branagh and wants to give the role a shot because he's never played a villain (Slevin Kelevra doesn't count).
Not enough? Okay, how about this for a Thunder God (if Latino Review is to be believed): standing six foot four, having a meal with Branagh in Los Feliz, it's actor Alexander Skarsgard! Branagh and two unidentified men ate with Skarsgard at Blair's Restaurant, but maybe it was just a friendly meeting between a Shakespearean actor and a statuesque Nordic man. Maybe.
Release date: July 16, 2010.
I'd STILL love to see Alan Rickman as Loki, but he's even older than Weaving at this point. =/
Actually, I wouldn't mind having John DeLancie as the voice
of Loki in the upcoming Thor cartoon. That would rock.