Heading into Thor: Ragnarok, Chris Hemsworth was eager to find a way to reinvent the not-so-brotherly relationship between Thor and Loki. In doing so, it sounds like his Thor character has thrown in the towel on dealing with his brother.
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During a visit to the Australian set of Thor: Ragnarok heard from Hemsworth about the new approach to the relationship and how important it was keep the dynamic fresh.
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“Without giving too much away, it was one thing I said because I don’t wanna repeat that relationship either,” Hemsworth said. “And I think, you know, Tom [Hiddleston] felt the same. All of us were like, ‘What can we do again here?'”
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By comparison to the first film, Thor will be much less trusting of Loki and his always-scheming nature.
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“You know, in the first films, a lot of the time you’re seeing Thor kinda going, “Come back Loki!’ and ‘Da-da- da-da,'” Hemsworth said. “And, you know, I think there’s a feeling from Thor now that’s just like, ‘You know what kid? Do what you want. You can’t hurt for trying. You’re a screw up, so whatever. Do your thing.’ So, there’s a bit of that which is fun, but also something we haven’t sort of played with as much.”
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