Tom Hiddleston Takes Home Nickelodeons Kids Choice Award for Favorite Male TV Star
One of Marvel’s brightest current actors has just been recognized by some of the MCU’s most important fanbases as Tom Hiddleston takes home Nickelodeon Kids Choice Award for Favorite Male TV Star.
There is no doubt that Tom Hiddleston’s decade-long run as the iconic MCU villain is among the greatest body of work for any Marvel actor yet.
Debuting in the original Thor film, Hiddleston has experienced quite the metamorphosis as far as his character, their perception, and their place in the overarching universe is concerned.
Starting as just a side character that eventually grew into a villain, Loki was the main antagonist of both the original Thor film and the original Avengers film.
The latter brought to life the character as a force to be reckoned with, as he took up arms against Earth and its Mightiest heroes on behalf of the army of the Mad Titan, Thanos.
What makes Loki so compelling, however, and what has been primarily responsible for his incredible presence in the Marvel Universe as a whole has been his growth and evolution throughout his tenure.
That fact came to a head as the character stood front and center before Marvel fans in his very own series, Loki; debuting on Disney+ to a fantastic critical reception and viewership numbers.
The series placed the fantastic actor front and center and put him in a position to take the character places he had never been.
Something that is clearly reflected in his current award win, as ComicBook.com has reported that Tom Hiddleston takes home the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Award for Favorite Male TV Star.
It is no secret that Marvel has sought out award season recognition, and it is obvious that these awards were not what they had in mind; yet, it should still be counted as a fantastic achievement, with the character not necessarily even crafted to appear to that age range.
Younger audiences have shown clear connections and appreciation for the world of the MCU, and that should be seen as a definite win for the studio, and their continued dominance of the theatrical landscape.