“Kurse is very animalistic. He’s got these horns, so what I did was try to go with that flow so my movements were very much like an animal. You had to contort your body and your head cause I’ve got these big horns on my head. Very, very differeny style from Chris’. It was a great ride.”
With both Kurse and Malekith in the antagonist roles for the film, where does that leave fan favorite Loki? Well, he’s not sitting this one out.
“He gets his fair share, me and him as well. The great thing about Kurse, he’s having it with everybody. Loki has some amazing fights in this, everybody gets their shine. I won’t tell you what really happens, but there’s some great surprises.”
Even though we won’t see him in a Marvel film until later this year, it seems like his tenure with Marvel Studios will continue with appearances in more movies.
“We’re talking about that. Obviously Marvel is a great family that I’m happy to be working with. We had a great time on, so I’d love to continue that relationship.”
When asked if his return might be for a part in the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy he laughed and said, “I’m not talking about anything yet. I’m just talking about having a really good relationship with Marvel.”