While many fans are expecting most deaths in Infinity War to be reversed in Avengers 4. However, there are a few characters who will not return like Loki and Heimdall, both of them killed by the Mad Titan, Thanos.
One fan theory, however, states that this is not the case. A Reddit user, IanMoone13 gives hope to all Loki fans saying that the God of Mischief might return again!
The user suggests that Hela will resurrect Loki and as it was assumed that she died in Ragnarok but things may not be that simple. She is the Goddess of Death, after all! It wouldn’t make sense if she will die like just any other Asgardian.
However, this idea is a mere speculation but Ian Moone also provided many proofs regarding the return of Hela actress Cate Blanchett. He mentioned the recent interview of Mark Ruffalo where he mentioned that he really enjoyed working with Tilda Swinton and Cate Blanchett. Now, if you think about it, the only way three of these could be together is Avengers 4!
Moon did his share of research too and brought up some photos from the sets of Avengers 4, where we can spot the crew at the Durham Cathedral, the same place where Thor sees the visions of Ragnarok in Age of Ultron. We can also spot a statue of a Norse God, the same we saw in Thor’s vision. We could also see a dummy of Rocket Raccoon in the pictures.
(You can check out all the Set photos in the links provided My Monne’s Reddit Post)
The theory further states that Thor will travel back to the church along with his team of Rocket and Valkyrie, and will find a way to Hel, where Hela is speculated to reside. The theory hints that Thor will use Hela’s abilities to bring his dead brother back. Moone states that rather than dying Hela was returned to Hel permanently at the end of Ragnarok.
Of course, this isn’t the first theory we’ve heard about Loki’s resurrection but it doesn’t really look possible given that, Loki actor, Tom Hiddleston has already teased his departure from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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