Tom Hiddleston believes that there is hope for Loki.
The actor faced off against the Avengers this weekend as he looked to rule world. But the British actor hopes that he has not slipped too far that he cannot be redeemed.
Speaking to The Press Association the actor said: "What fascinates me about Loki is that there is a glimmer of redemption in him somewhere, that he's not cray-cray (crazy).
"That can be expanded into something - maybe Thor could forgive him and Loki could find it in his own heart to accept that forgiveness."
And Hiddleston will be returning to the role of Loki as Thor 2 is set to go ahead later this year.
The actor admits that doesn't know much about the new movie but he is excited to see where this new instalment takes this conflicted character.
"I haven't seen a script but I'm interested. I think Loki dances on the tightrope of the dark side and the light.
"In this film, he's really hanging off the edge of the tightrope and about to plummet into the dark side forever, but I think you never know. There might be a hand reaching down to help him back up."
Hiddleston teams up with Robert Downey Jr, Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, Mark Ruffalo, Jeremy Renner and Samuel L. Jackson for Avengers Assemble which is enjoying box office and critical success on its opening weekend of release.
Avengers Assemble is out now.