In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Loki has always been a big point. He first appeared in the Thor franchise in 2011, and he quickly established himself as one of the most complex—and entertaining—superhero villains to date. Tom Hiddleston’s trickster earned his superstar status in 2012’s Marvel’s The Avengers by bringing the band together—the Avengers. And now Loki is finally receiving the attention, something many fans believe he has deserved for a long time. The God of Mischief is front and center in Disney+’s Loki, but that’s not all. The series will have an influence on Marvel’s Phase 4 just like WandaVision and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier did before it. watch below the new clip..
Loki has the ability to cause all sorts of multiversal turmoil across the MCU with the assistance of the TVA, who are essentially policemen who monitor the timeline. In fact, we already know that parallel universes will be explored in two forthcoming films: Spider-Man: No Way Home and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. It’s written right in the titles!
Loki’s overall significance was mentioned when asked how he would build up what’s to come once Phase 4’s feature films begin to roll out. Michael Waldron noted, “Loki has played a huge part in the history of the MCU.” “He’s the one who got the Avengers together in the first place. It was always our desire for Loki to remain a major player in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.”
Loki might have an influence on more than just future Marvel films; he may even have an affect on a spin-off season. Loki is already believed to have a Season 2 in the works, unlike WandaVision and Falcon and Winter Soldier, which were designed as separate miniseries with options to continue. What makes Loki such a popular Marvel figure to revisit?
“There’s a reason we keep coming back to this character,” Waldron explained. “And it’s the fact that his fans genuinely care about him. Loki exudes such a sensitive humanity. He has enormous power, yet he’s also deeply damaged and sympathetic as a result of his personal tragedies and traumas. And, you know, all he wants is acceptance. Maybe it’s love. And I believe that’s just a tale that people connect with. Also, look who it is: Tom Hiddleston. Who wouldn’t want to see it?”
On June 9, Disney+ will premiere Loki.
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