Despite subsequent roles in such films as “High-Rise,” “Crimson Peak” and “I Saw the Light,” Tom Hiddleston will always be Loki to some of his fans. And to a certain subsection of followers, he’ll always be pole-dancing Loki.
You see, in 2011’s “Thor,” there’s a scene in which Loki plants his spear in the floor and uses it to swing around and kick Chris Hemsworth‘s thunder god. To this day, that briefest of sequences continues inspires depictions of Loki — and Hiddleston — pole-dancing, as the actor explained Friday on “The Graham Norton Show.”
“[That] has been interpreted by fans as, um … a demonstration of my hidden talent at pole-dancing,” Hiddleston revealed, somewhat sheepishly.
“Seriously, there’s so much of this,” Norton added, cuing up video, “but this is just one example of Loki really going for it on the pole.”
Indeed, it is. That example earned applause from the audience, a blush from Hiddleston, and raucous laughter from fellow guest Samuel L. Jackson. “I’ve not seen that one,” Hiddleston admitted.
Watch the clip below.
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