Tom Hiddleston is continuing his media blitz for the opening of “Thor: The Dark World”. According to a Nov. 3 story by the Daily Mail, Hiddleston has started appearing in commercials for a new Comedy Central special.
In the spot, Hiddleston is seen portraying Loki in a satire of the AT&T "It’s Not Complicated" commercials. In the opening scene, he is sitting in an awkward manner on a small beanbag chair. Surrounded by children, he ominously declared his name before being interrupted by a child.
I’m Loki of Asgard” -Hiddleston
A young girl with curly hair raises her arm and interrupts Loki to introduces herself.
I’m Diana of New Jersey.” - Young Girl
Loki immediately appears annoyed. In response, he exclaims a loud sigh before rolling his eyes and befriending the young girl.
We’ll be friends, that’s fine.” -Hiddleston
Fans of the Marvel Comics villain should not be surprised to see Tom Hiddleston working with children. The star has earned a large following among younger demographics, and was even nominated for favorite villain at the Kid’s Choice Awards. Additionally, he attended a special premier of his latest superhero movie for children.
The star has been on a media whirlwind to promote his latest portrayal of the evil adopted brother of Thor. “Thor: The Dark World” is scheduled to be released on Nov. 8, and costars Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman and Anthony Hopkins. In the film, Thor must team with his villainous brother to defeat a powerful new force of evil.