I found it on Tumblr xD I wanted to share that with you ! I love his hair is Thor the dark world ( the last picture) <3 If you want to watch the teaser of Thor "2" it's here, but it's with french subtitles : [link]
It's nothing bad about this image, and I know you want to share it, and I personally like it. However, dA is an art site, not a personal blog or a photobucket. I just wanted to let you know before somebody else decides they need to report you for copyright issues. Perhaps next time, you can write a journal and link the images you find. You can submit journals into groups these days. =3
Am I the only one who thought he couldn't get anymore attractive and then low and behold they give us this? I think I must have died a hundred deaths watching those last few seconds of that trailer, his voice, his hair, and he still hasn't lost his cheeky/evil overlord attitude. perfection.
I have a hair theory about this that it's going to be just like the Harry Potter movies in which the hair of all the main male characters (Harry, Ron, Fred, George, Draco) keeps getting gradually longer until hair length hits its peak at the fourth movie, after which it will gradually get shorter again until we're back to almost original hair length
I love the second and the third one but, seeing as Loki is broken in Thor 2 (No more power to him for a while) his hair looks perfect in there. The second one is very good seeing as he's a mad, insane monster on The Avengers.
Well, hold on. What if they are using his hair as a kind of symbol? In the first movie, it is groomed to perfection--he is in "control" of his life and at least semi-decently knows who he is. In Avengers, since he was so far away from home and so beraggled, his hair also shows that same kind of worn, not-quite-so-groomed look that is his personality/mind at the time? Then, in this last one, it's almost like he has given up. Although we know that Loki would never completely give up on his quest for the throne, it's almost like he has let himself go. He's slowly beginning to accept that the "perfection" or "control" he had in the first movie wasn't exactly what he wanted. That maybe there is a little more than the throne. Of course, that is all in his subconscious--there is no way he could ever accept that consciously. But, what if this is a sign that Loki is finally accepting himself for what he really is?
Oh, when I say monster is because of the way he acts on it but I too think he's broken in The Avengers. He just didn't show it as much as he did in "Thor" and as much as he will in Thor 2 (At least I hope )