In 16th century London, a young couple’s quiet farm life is interrupted, when the man, Aidan (Hiddleston), who happens to be the youngest son of the king, suddenly becomes the only living heir to the monarchy. He is asked by his mother to rule in his father’s place, which he agrees to, if only to please her. Aidan is forced to move back home and abandon his life with his fiancée, Rebecca (Dormer) - because for a king, marrying someone from a lower class is frowned upon. Soon, Aidan begins adjusting to his new role as king - but eventually he realizes, he is missing something no king should ever be without.
Imagine being a huge Loki-Fan, owning all the Marvel-Movies, posters, shirts and stuff.
One day no other than Natasha Romanoff is standing at your door, asking you to “babysit a friend” for her who needs to learn about normal human life. You have no idea what’s going on but due to her ability to lure you in and your astonishment, you say yes.
Imagine it’s no other than Loki she is dropping off on you.
“Heath Ledger’s performance in ‘The Dark Knight’ quite simply changed the game. He raised the bar not just for actors in superhero films, but young actors everywhere; for me. His performance was dark, anarchic, dizzying, free, and totally, thrillingly, dangerous.”