"Thor: The Dark World" sports many thrills, but one of the most memorable was an unexpected cameo that was thrown into the action.
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The scene itself sees Tom Hiddleston's Loki briefly posing as Chris Evans' Captain America, dropping lines like "Oh, this is much better! The costume's a bit much" and "lets have a discussion about truth, honor, patriotism."
Thus the scene itself required Chris Evans to act as Loki acting as Captain America. Speaking with MTV, Hiddleston spoke about how that scene was shot:
"I did an impression of Loki in the Captain America costume, and did the whole performance, and then they showed Chris [Evans] my performance on tape. It's him doing an impression of me doing an impression of him, and it's brilliant. Brilliant. I think it's great."
In other Marvel news, Elizabeth Olsen has finally talked about her role as Scarlet Witch in "Avengers: Age of Ultron" at Marvel Studios".
Though her involvement hasn't been officially announced by Marvel, Samuel L. Jackson's interview slip last month revealing her casting means she's now free to talk about joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
A big part of the appeal is that she gets to re-team with her "Godzilla" re-boot co-star Aaron Taylor-Johnson who plays her twin brother Quicksilver in 'Ultron':
"It's so fun. [E]ven though in 'Godzilla' we play husband and wife, we didn't have a lot of scenes together. I just love him. I love his family. I love his kids. I'm so excited to actually work with each other. I think it's going to be fun."
She says she hasn't seen any art and such yet. She has talked with Joss Whedon and of the filmmaker says: "He's very smart. He's too smart. He might be too smart. Some people are too smart for their own good, but he's amazing."