@mercy_: and you wonder why people make alcoholic jokes :P
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I hate those two. Sif and Thor is infinitely better.
@cassius_knightfall: I'm thinking they may have implied that Loki done some of the things he done in the comics, hence them already seeing him as an outsider, or, at least treating him with a slight form of hostility even before he "officially" betrayed Thor in the movie. He's the God of Mischief, you don't get that title for nothing :P
@antonia: I think they did transfer some, they treat him as an outsider from the start. But even if that is not the case, trying to kill Thor once (in number one) would be enough for the entire Asgard to hate him as Thor is the prince.
I get that he did bad things and all, but really, Loki never did anything extremely terrible to other Asgardians; only the frost giants (which he was doing because he thought it'd be good for Odin and everyone) and earthlings, so I find it a bit odd that almost everyone in Asgard immediately came to hate him wholeheartedly as if he'd not been someone they grew up knowing as a friend and brother. That is, unless they hated him all along.
In the Comic Verse, Loki has done some preeety bad (evil) things to Asgardians, humans, and generally everybody. But in the Movie Verse...You're kinda right. But Loki has always been cast aside even by his friends, and in the comics (Whilst he was their "friend" and all normal, not evil) he still tried to kill Thor on multiple occasions. And everybody knows that, so that canon may be transferred to film. Everybody in every other medium has always been skeptical of Loki.