All good things must come to an end, and it would appear that Tom Hiddleston, who portrays the fan favorite character of Loki in the Marvel cinematic universe, has reached an end point with the popular comic book adaptations.
Yes, according to Marvel chief Kevin Feige, we won't be seeing Loki again anytime soon. He won't appear in the upcoming "Avengers: Age of Ultron," and the boss man hasn't said anything about him coming back in later installments either.
"I don’t think it would be before 'Thor 3' if there is a 'Thor 3' and while we certainly have ideas of where we would like that to go, there are no specifics," Feige told SlashFilm of Loki's future. "We have to see how this one does and then go from there."
When MTV News' Josh Horowitz caught up with Hiddleston on the red carpet for "Thor: The Dark World" this week, the actor got emotional while talking about his possible exit from the franchise.
Well, good thing dude's an actor, because we get the feeling those tears were summoned up on command.
"Oh man, I hadn't thought about until you told me," Hiddleston said. "I just really miss it, man. You know, it's been, like, a really good time. You made me cry!"
Sweet emotion, everyone.
On a more serious note, Hiddleston said that being cast as trickster villain Loki had "changed [his] life."
"It's been absolutely above and beyond my wildest dreams," he said.
"Thor: The Dark World," also starring Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman and Stellan Skarsgard, hits theaters November 8. Kenneth Branaugh directs.