New ‘Loki’ Trailer Opens up Multiple Timelines
It’s all about timelines and fixing them in the second trailer for Marvel Studios’ Loki series for Disney Plus.
A little over a month ago, we learned that Loki would debut on June 11, a little later than initially expected; presumably in order to accomodate Star Wars: The Bad Batch‘s much-anticipated May debut. Now, a brand-new trailer for the series is here:
The new trailer gives us more information about the series’ time-jumping main plot, which starts right after the events of the revisited Battle of New York in Avengers: Endgame, where Loki escaped with the Tesseract after the planned retrieval mission led by Tony Stark and Steve Rogers failed. The Doctor Who vibes are quite noticeable in this occasion, and eagle-eyed fans will be able to spot more than a couple of interesting teases that will surely kickstart an insane amount of fan theories.
Additionally, a new poster featuring the titular character debuted a while ago:
— Loki (@LokiOfficial) March 18, 2021
Owen Wilson, Richard E. Grant, and Gugu Mbatha-Raw all star alongside Tom Hiddleston in the series, which has reportedly been renewed for a second season. It has also been rumored that Jonathan Major’s MCU character, legendary villain Kang the Conqueror, will be making his debut here before showing up in Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania, but that has not been confirmed yet (it makes a lot of sense though).
Showrunner Michael Waldron will likely stick around for Season 2, as he has signed an overall deal with Disney and worked on the last draft of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Furthermore, Marvel honcho Kevin Feige seems to like Waldron so much that he has enlisted him to develop a theatrical Star Wars installment.
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