Owen Wilson explains how Tom Hiddleston gave him personal attention to prepare for his role

Tom Hiddleston gave Owen Wilson ‘Loki Lectures’ (Photo credit – Getty Images)

Hollywood actor Owen Wilson shared that English star Tom Hiddleston lectured him on Loki and that there had been an in-depth examination of the God of Mischief and his history.

Wilson said, “Yeah, I was familiar with Marvel movies and had general knowledge, but it was great when I first got to work in Atlanta because Tom (Hiddleston) was giving what we called “Loki lectures”. It was in-depth looks at Loki and his history in the MCU that opened the world to me.

Wilson also revealed that Hiddleston worked with him individually.

He said: “He worked with me individually, just going through the lore and whatever he felt was important and showing me clips and stuff. Then I ended up writing down some of the things he said, describing Loki, describing the kind of his thoughts and feelings on the scenes he had done.

Wilson added, “I think it even got its way into the dialogue I would say about it at times. So it was really effective.

Hiddleston reprizes his popular role as titular Loki in the series while Wilson is Mobius M. Mobius, an investigative officer specializing in the dangerous “criminals of the time” at the Time Variance Authority (TVA), a mysterious organization that exists outside. time and space. .

The series also includes Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Sophia Di Martino, Wunmi Mosaku, and Richard E. Grant. Directed by Kate Herron and written by Michael Waldron, the first episode of “Loki” fell on Disney + Hotstar VIP.

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