These are our suggestions of titles and concepts for what we envision to be a long-running series of films about Marvel's divine hero Thor and his adorable brother.
If there's one thing we love, it's Tom Hiddleston and Chris Hemsworth. I guess that's actually two things. Anyway, we humbly suggest that this magnificent pair of actors continue to make movies together as their beloved Marvel characters, Thor and Loki. Here are some ideas we've come up with for 18 not-yet-greenlit Thor sequels featuring the god of thunder and his mischievous younger brother, who is adopted.
Existing and Confirmed Thor Movies
Thor: The Dark World (2013)
Possible Future Thor Movies
Thor 3: Heimdall's Tears (2014) - Loki, imprisoned in a tree at the end of Thor: The Dark World, escapes by causing Heimdall to cry a single tear. Based on the comic book.
Thor 4: More Thor (2015) - SHIELD attempts to clone Thor. Unfortunately, each successive clone is stronger, dumber, and angrier than the last. With Thor in a coma after the events of Thor 3, Nick Fury is forced to let Loki out of prison to help defeat the Thor clones.
Thor 5: Thursday's Child (2015) - SHIELD uses Thor's DNA to create Mothi, Magni, and Thrud, the Children of Thor, each birthed by a different human woman. Unfortunately, Mothi turns evil after being kidnapped by his (adopted) uncle Loki and Thor has step in to defeat his own son.
Thor 6: Once Thor, with Feeling I: Hammer Time (2016) - Thor and Loki form a band (Tricky Lightning) and tour the world fighting crime/causing chaos and promoting their Britpop and hip hop influenced sound. First part of Joss Whedon's Mighty Thor Musical Saga.
Thor 7: Once Thor, with Feeling II: Asgardian Dance-Off (2016) - After Tricky Lightning breaks up due to irreconcilable differences between its principal songwriters, Thor and Loki stage a dance-off to determine once and for all who is the rightful king of Asgard. Part 2 of Joss Whedon's Mighty Thor Musical Saga. Featuring a cameo by David Bowie.
Thor 8: Once Thor, with Feeling III: Ragna-ROCK! (2016) - Amidst the bloody aftermath of the dance-off, Thor and Loki must put aside their differences to defend Asgard from the invading Latverian army. Concludes Joss Whedon's Mighty Thor Musical Saga.
Thor 9: Loki (2017) - Exploring previously unseen aspects of Loki's history, including his activities on Earth between the end of Thor and the beginning of The Avengers, when he travelled back in time to meet some of the original X-Men. Co-starring Michael Fassbender and Jennifer Lawrence.
Thor 10: Loki II: Song of Laufeyson (2017) - After his return to the year 2011, Loki falls in love with an ordinary human woman. Musical directed by Baz Luhrmann.
Thor 11: Loki III: Reindeer Shames (2017) - Takes place after the events of Thor 8, when Loki returns to Earth to re-unite with his one true love at the North Pole.
Thor 12: Point Broken (2018) - Thor takes up surfing, never suspecting that his friend and surfing partner Black Bolt of the Inhumans (Keanu Reeves) is under Loki's control.
Thor 13: Thorteen (2019) - It's a hilarious generation gap story as Thor encounters another clone created by SHIELD: this time, it's his rambunctious 13-year-old self. The two must work together to prevent Loki and his teenaged clone from taking over Florida.
Thor 14: Thourteen (2019) - Conclusion of the Teen Thor Saga. Teen Thor and Teen Loki face off, causing Thor and Loki's relationship to deteriorate even further.
Thor 15: Thor and Loki's Excellent Adventure (2020) - Odin forces Loki and Thor to spend some time together by bonding them with unbreakable handcuffs. The two brothers wander an uncomfortably hot tropical island and try to avoid a mysterious beast.
Thor 16: The Thoroughbred (2021) - Thor travels back in time to the Depression and buys a racehorse. Loki follows him and buys a rival racehorse. Co-starring Tobey Maguire.
Thor 17: Wookiee Mistake (2023) - Thor and Loki are teleported to the also-owned-by-Disney Star Wars universe, where they encounter much-loved characters including Chewbacca and Yoda and team up with them to battle the young Darth Vader.
Thor 18: Freaky Thursday (2025) - Tired of Thor and Loki's inability to get along, Odin decides to make them spend some time in each other's shoes. Hilarity ensues.
Thor 19: Stark Raven Mad (2027) - Odin just can't take any more of Thor and Loki's constant fighting, so he strips both of them of their powers and sends them to live on Earth, where they move in to Stark Tower together and torment Iron Man by continuing to fight constantly.
Thor 20: Grumpy Old Gods (2041) - Thor and Loki, still trapped on Earth and now aged men, spend their days bickering in a retirement home until a surprising alliance between their old foes Darth Vader and Doctor Doom forces them to work together to defend the human race.