Tom Hiddleston
Tom Hiddleston (31) is a British actor known for his roles in films like “Thor”, “War Horse”, “The Deep Blue Sea”, “Midnight in Paris” and “The Avengers”. He will be seen in “Thor: The Dark World”.Reuters

"Thor: Ragnarok" is the third instalment in the "Thor" series and is being awaited with baited breath. The film will see the return of Tom Hiddleston as Loki. The actor recently gushed about his character at the BAFTA awards' red carpet event.

"I love the character. It's a great, great character and it's amazing how the Marvel world who people who love films. It's fun," said the actor, according to a YouTube video shared by Lucia Westwick.

The actor did not divulge further details about the future of Loki in the Marvel universe. He reportedly said that he has no idea for how many years he will play Loki. "I don't know if I could. If I keep dying my hair black, it's going to fall out," he jibed.

The actor also confirmed that "Thor: Ragnarok" is happening, but did not reveal details about the film's schedule. He did hint that the film might take off from last "Thor" film where his character Loki was on the throne.

"Thor: Ragnarok" will reportedly show Thor (Chris Hemsworth) fighting Gods in order to save Asgard from Ragnarok. Ragnarok is a series of events in Norse mythology where everything comes to an end and a new world surfaces.

The major characters Thor, Odin, Loki die after the world is submerged in water, according to Movie Pilot. Though there is no confirmation about the world coming to an end in the movie, if the film creators decide to follow the comic book, then Thor, Loki and Odin may die in the "Thor: Ragnarok."

Hemsworth revealed in his previous interview that he is yet to read the films' script; however, "end of all things" is an interesting concept.

"In the comic book, the sort of end of days, Armageddon aspect is probably the direction in which it will all head in. Where it's sort of the end of all things and there's obviously no script or anything when I read the comic books; I thought it was an interesting way to go," he told Screen Rant.