While attending the Toronto Film Festival, Tom Hiddleston talks about passing the torch to James Spader as the villain of The Avengers 2.
Spader will be playing Ultron, with Hiddleston previously portraying the brother of Thor, Loki.
MTV asks Tom Hiddleston his thoughts on James Spader with the actor replying, "I love it. Absolutely love it."
Hiddleston goes on to say that Spader will do well standing up to the likes of Robert Downey Jr. and Mark Ruffalo, but to be careful around the Hulk.
"I think he'll be able to play very interesting tennis with Robert Downey Jr. and Mark Ruffalo," Hiddleston said. "I'd say don't try to belittle the Hulk in any way," he laughed.
Hiddleston also says he has been a fan of Spader's for sometime, and briefly touches upon Thor 2 and Loki noting that the movie provides a satisfying potential end(?) for the character.
"It's great. I've had the most amazing run," he offered. "He's been very, very good to me."
While that may sound like the end, just a couple days ago Hiddleston hinted at the possibility of more to come for Loki.
Check out the video of yourself below of Tom Hiddleston talking The Avengers 2, Ultron, James Spader, Thor 2 and Loki.
Tom Hiddleston is attending the Toronto Film Festival for the premiere of his vampire movie "Only Lovers Left Alive"; "Thor 2" has a November 8 release.