Tom Hiddleston starrer ‘Loki’ will return for season 2 on Disney Plus, Marvel reveals in season 1 finale

'Loki' returning for Season 2 on Disney Plus, Marvel reveals Season 1 finale

‘Loki’ returns for Season 2 on Disney Plus, Marvel reveals Season 1 finale

Disney+ has renewed the hugely popular Marvel television series ‘Loki’ for a second season. The announcement was made on Wednesday during the final credits of the sixth episode and season one finale. The credits revealed a case file that had a red stamp reading, “Loki will be back in Season 2.” No additional details were shared about the upcoming season.

Actor Tom Hiddleston reprises his role as fan-favorite “Avengers” villain Loki in the live-action Marvel Cinematic Universe series. The story begins after the events of ‘Avengers: Endgame’ and follows Loki, the god of mischief, as he emerges from the shadow of his brother Thor. As People magazine reports, the show also stars Owen Wilson, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Sofia Di Martino, Wunmi Mosaku and Richard E. Grant.

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‘Loki’ returns for Season 2 on Disney Plus, Marvel reveals Season 1 finale

In June, Disney CEO Bob Chapek called “Loki” Disney+’s biggest premiere ever. The MCU show also makes history with Marvel’s first openly bisexual main character.

In episode three of “Loki,” Hiddleston’s titular character opened up about his sexuality during a conversation with a female timeline-hopping version of Sylvie. Discussing romantic partners, Sylvie asked the villain, “What about you? You’re a prince. Must have been princesses. Or maybe some other prince.”

“A bit of both. I have the same doubts as you,” replied Loki.

Following the episode’s release, series director Kate Heron confirmed on Twitter and observed that the scene established Loki as the MCU’s first openly bisexual character. “From the moment I joined @LokiOfficial, this was very important to me, and my goal, to accept Loki as bisexual,” she wrote.

She continued, “It’s a part of who he is and who I am. I know it’s a small step but I’m happy, and my heart is so full that it’s canon in #mcu now.”

The first season of ‘Loki’, which premiered on June 11, is available to watch on Disney+ Hotstar in India. ‘Loki’ is the third of Marvel’s scripted TV series to debut on Disney+. The first, ‘WandaVision’, ended with an episode that was labeled as a series finale.

The Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany series also garnered 23 Emmy nominations on Tuesday, an impressive showing for Marvel’s first foray into the limited series category overall. Marvel’s second offering, “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier,” is billed as an ongoing drama series (it collected five Emmy nominations in the category on Tuesday).

Read also: Tom Hiddleston: ‘Loki’ is still a god of mischief, but series takes him to another level

That series leads to the next Captain America movie as Marvel continues to move seamlessly between television and film as it links the MCU to the Disney+ original. Marvel’s next Disney+ series will be the animated ‘What If’ (August 11). “Hawkeye” is due out in late 2021, with many other Marvel scripted originals including “She-Hulk”, “Moon Knight”, “Iron Heart”, “Secret Invasion”, “Wakanda” in various stages of development. are in too. .

– with ani input


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