Loki (Tom Hiddleston) might have to help his brother Thor (Chris Hemsworth) in his mission to save Asgard from Hela (Cate Blanchett) in Thor: Ragnarok, however, it seems like the Asgardian God of Mischief might actually be the reason behind the Goddess of Death's comeback.
Speaking with Screen Rant during a set visit of Thor: Ragnarok, producer Brad Winderbaum decided to give away a few details on how Hela managed to find her way back to Asgard.
"[When] we left Loki, he kind of achieved his goals, he became the king of Asgard, and he is ruling that place. And what we come to learn, what Thor comes to learn early on, is that there's a lot of terrible things in the cosmos that just shouldn't be that way. And we learn that Odin was doing far more than it seemed on the surface to keep the universe safe.
There were all these threats that he had quelled or was keeping at bay, using his strength and power to do so, that Loki was completely unprepared for. So he becomes the King of Asgard, everything is great, it's a good party. But he failed to realize the threats that were just over the horizon, Hela being the biggest and most terrible one of all."
Sure, Loki might not have called out to Hela, but kicking out Odin and leaving the city ill-prepared for Hela's return makes Loki almost as guilty. We wonder how exactly is the Asgardian God of Mischief going to make amends for all his shenanigans.
Thor: Ragnarok premieres November 3, 2017.
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