Sure Thor: Ragnarok, Tom “Loki” Hiddleston does a badass dagger flip properly. It even became one of the film’s most iconic shots, and the move is now a character special. He does it again in the series Loki.
But, the story behind this move is particularly funny. It was the actor himself who told Entertainment Weekly. Hang in there, you’re not going to come back. It’s clearly a sick thing. What to call into question all your perspectives. There, that was the putaclic moment of the article. Seriously, it’s not crazy, but it’s kind of funny.
Once upon a time on a bridge
So there’s a big streak on the bridge at the end of the movie [NdM : Thor: Ragnarok], and we all had choreography sequences while Chris [NdM : Hemsworth] and Cate Blanchett were fighting together, and myself and Idris [NdM : Elba – Heimdall] and Taika [NdM : Waititi – le réalisateur] had all of these moves we had to do with the fantastic stunt department in their motion capture suits.
And we were doing this scene, it was an afternoon, and it was myself and Idris and maybe Taika. I do not remember. Idris was definitely there, and it was two shots of us fighting against these fantastic athletes the stuntmen are. And I found myself running out of choreography. Basically, I think I finished my moves before Idris, and he was still spinning, and I didn’t want to sit there like a lemon, doing nothing interesting. So I just did a flip with the knives, and luckily caught them.
And Idris laughed at it. We saw it again. It was [comme], “Oh, my God, he was done and did a knife flip at the end.” “. Because he was finishing his combat movements. But, yes, it ended up staying. I have since tried to do so. Every time I try to do it with wooden spoons it never works, and I always leave one behind.
Tom Hiddleston at Entertainment Weekly
In short, an improvisation worthy of “He’s a friend from work! “ (“He’s a friend from work!” “).