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I have a theory about Loki’s speech to Natasha on board the Helicarrier.
For me it kinda stood out a lot. Through out the movie, he jested and relied on words he knew would manipulate, confuse and anger the others. But with Natasha, his words were frightfully personal and laced with hatred … a tactic to shake her facade, possibly.
But maybe it’s based more on his dislike for mortal women? We saw how Loki reacted when he realised Thor had changed for a Jane … his years of trying to change his brother were cast to the side in favour of a few short days on Earth and a lowly mortal woman.
Maybe Loki’s still bitter about that? And he takes his anger towards Jane out on Natasha in a personal attack?
Plausible and I never thought of it like that.
Loki will still have a big part as the sequel’s antagonist.
I’m scared of what they’re going to do with Loki’s character now.—