Thanks to this year’s D23 expo, we got more information on the upcoming “Loki” series coming to Disney’s latest streaming site—Disney+. It looks like this series will answer the question on everyone’s minds: “Where did Loki go?”
During “Marvel Studios: Exploring the Universe” special released on Disney+ yesterday, the show’s executive producer reveals they will play a lot with time travel. “There will be a man on the run quality to it, and we get the chance to explore the more human sides of Loki.”
A little more than was said of the Loki series on the D23. pic.twitter.com/H48iAbjxhz
— Best Of Tom (@hiddlesbb) November 12, 2019
He also confirms the plot based on previous reports about the series. According to these reports, the narrative will follow Loki from the first installment of “The Avengers,” who used the tesseract during “The Avengers: Endgame” to escape. This brings him on misadventures through time (and maybe space) as he alters important events in history.
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The series’ main lead Tom Hiddleston confirms it will address Loki’s fate after “The Avengers: Endgame” and answers what he plans to do with the Tesseract.
“Two questions I’ve been asked: Is Loki really dead, and what is Loki doing with that?” Hiddleston said last month. “It’s always the cubes. This series will answer both of those questions.”
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According to Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige, the series will drop on May 7, 2021. So, unfortunately, it will be a two-year wait. But who knows? Maybe The God of Mischief won’t disappoint us.
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