Tom Hiddleston was at the Golden Globes last night, where he won Best Actor in a Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television for his role in The Night Manager. On his way in to claim his eventual victory, Hiddleston spoke with MTV‘s Josh Horowitz about his return as Loki in Thor: Ragnarok and whether or not he’ll cross paths with Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch), who’s confirmed to appear in the film.

Hiddleston would not confirm that he shares a scene with Cumberbatch, but he did explain that Doctor Strange’s involvement ties directly into the end of Thor: The Dark World. In the last solo film for The God of Thunder, Loki was posing as Odin (Anthony Hopkins) on the throne of Asgard, begging the question of what happened to the real Odin. Doctor Strange will help unravel that mystery, as was teased in the mid-credit scene in Doctor Strange last November.

In that scene, only Thor (Chris Hemsworth) is shown visiting Strange in the Sanctum Sanctorum, but given that Strange dropped Loki’s name in the conversation, a meeting between Strange and Loki seems likely.

Thor: Ragnarok is in theaters November 3, 2017.