We first meet Loki in Thor in 2011, he seeks to betray his biological father, Laufey (Colm Feore) of the Frost Giants, and his adopted father, Odin (Anthony Hopkins), in the hope of taking control of Asgard in his seemingly endless quest for power and control. As his intentions are slowly revealed throughout the fourth film in the MCU, Loki becomes the movie’s villain, one hellbent on taking out everyone that stands between him and his goal of ruling Asgard and perhaps beyond, even if that means killing his brother, Thor (Chris Hemsworth) in the process.
Even after Loki’s plan fails and he is sent off into the vacuum of space, following the destruction of the Bifrost Bridge, he is seen still getting up to his old tricks, toying with Erik Selvig (Stellan Skarsgård) in the film’s post-credits scene.
Great Loki Scene: Loki discovers he’s a frost giant.
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