Tom Hiddleston talks Loki in <strong><em>Thor: The Dark World</em></strong>
Marvel's Phase Two sequel Thor: The Dark World is shaping up to be one of this fall's biggest releases, hitting theaters November 8. Tom Hiddleston, who reprises his role as Loki from Thor and Marvel's The Avengers, recently spoke about the upcoming movie, saying it will give fans something they have never seen before.

"It's a roller coaster, no question. It's full of ups and downs and loop-de-loops and twists and turns. It will take you to places you haven't seen before."

In the sequel directed by Alan Taylor, the villainous Loki teams up with his brother Thor (Chris Hemsworth) to bring down a common enemy in Malekith the Accursed (Christopher Eccleston) and his army of Dark Elves.

"They have an ancient, ancient grudge against Asgard and against the reign of Odin, and they're back."

The actor also spoke about his character's relationship with his brother Thor.

"Loki has a very complicated relationship with Thor. He is an agent of chaos without equal in the world he inhabits. He knows his true nature. He knows he doesn't belong in the family of Asgard, and he's locked away in the beginning of the film in the deepest, darkest recesses of the dungeon as public enemy number one. Lo and behold, Asgard needs his help. That's going to be a very complicated allegiance."

Back in June, Marvel's The Avengers director Joss Whedon confirmed that Loki will not be a part of the upcoming sequel The Avengers: Age of Ultron. When asked about when we might see Loki next, the actor revealed that he believes the character has unfinished business with Mark Ruffalo's Hulk.

"I do feel like there's some unfinished business between Loki and the Hulk. I feel like he didn't get a fair fight. Who knows. You'll have to see what happens in 'The Dark World' to find out where Loki finishes up."