Disney + has revamped the completely popular Marvel TV series “Loki” for a second season. The announcement was made on Wednesday in the final and first season of the sixth episode. The credits showed the case of the reading of the red label “Loki will return in Season 2”. No additional details have been shared about the upcoming season.
The live-action Marvel Cinematic Universe series stars actor Tom Hiddleston, repeating the role of the favorite Loki fan ‘Avengers’ villain. The story is picked up after the events of the movie “Avengers: Endgame” and follows Loki, the God of Mischief, when his brother Thor emerges from the shadows. Owen Wilson, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Sophia Di Martino, Wunmi Mosaku and Richard E. Grant also star in the show, People magazine reported.
In June, Bob Chape named Disney CEO Disney Loki the biggest premiere to date. The MCU show also makes history with Marvel’s first open bisexual person.
In episode three of the film ‘Loki’, Hiddleston’s titular character talks about her sexuality in an interview with a variant of a female timeline named Sylvie. As the romantic couple were arguing, Sylvie asked the villain, “How are you? You’re a prince. They could be princesses. Or maybe another prince.”
“A little bit of both. I suspect you’re like that,” Loki replied.
After the release of the episode, series director Kate Herron confirmed and celebrated on Twitter that the scene established Loki as the first bisexual character in the MCU. “It was very important to me from the moment I joined @LokiOfficial, and my goal was to acknowledge that Loki was bisexual,” he wrote.
He added, “It’s a part of who I am and who I am. I know it’s a small step, but I’m happy, and my heart is full, to say it’s now in Canon # mcu.”
The first season of the film ‘Loki’, which premiered on June 11, is available for viewing at Disney + Hotstar in India. ‘Loki’ is the third in a series of Marvel screenplays to be released on Disney +. The first, ‘WandaVision’, ended with an episode labeled as the series finale.
Sections Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany received 23 Emmy nominations on Tuesday, second overall, a spectacular show for Marvel’s first rehearsal in the limited series category. Marvel’s second offering, ‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’, is presented as an ongoing drama series (it garnered five Emmy nominations in the category on Tuesday).
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This series goes to the next Captain America movie, as Marvel continues to move between TV and film, linking MCU to Disney + Originals. Marvel’s next Disney + series will feature the animated film ‘What If’ (August 11). ‘Hawkeye’ will be out at the end of 2021, along with several other original Marvel films including ‘She-Hulk’, ‘Moon Knight’, ‘Iron Heart’, ‘Secret Invasion’, ‘Wakanda’ will also be mentioned at various stages of development. .