Loki fans won't have to wait long to see their favorite Marvel villain.
The character, portrayed by Tom Hiddleston, will be featured heavily in Thor: The Dark World when Thor enlists his step-brother's help in fighting the even larger threat of Malekith.
But while Loki's involvement in the movie is nothing new, the exact relationship between the brothers hasn't been as easily revealed in the movie's numerous trailers. But in an interview with Cinema Blend, Chris Hemsworth, who plays Thor in the film, opened up about what fans can expect to see in terms of the relationship he has with his brother.
"I don't think they're going back to being best friends, but I think Thor's at a loss about how they got to this point, 'cause for him I think all this stuff came from nowhere," the actor said. "I think that then in this film he certainly can acknowledge now, with a maturity, that, okay, he should have been more aware of Loki over the years, and where he was positioned and all of this, and why maybe that led him down a certain path. So I think there's a sort of an empathetic view for Loki that no one else can have because they're not bound by blood."
The actor also went on to explain how he thinks it may differ from the relationship the brothers have in the comic books.
"In the comic books, you kind of roll your eyes sometimes at the amount of times they're back to being best friends," he said. "So we wanted to keep in mind, Loki did just try to kill you for the seventh time, and Earth, and the big war, and what have you."
This is not the only relationship Hemsworth has spoken out about in recent weeks, according to classicalite. The actor spoke about his brother Liam's relationship with Miley Cyrus on The Ellen DeGeneres Show last week. The episode aired one day after Liam and Cyrus announced their split.
Thor: The Dark World hits theaters Nov. 8.