Will we see more than one Loki?
Loki has always been one of the most popular characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and it’s no surprise that several fans were extremely excited by the announcement of a character-oriented series. It wasn’t until recently that the production start date was revealed, and while we already know a bit about what to expect, new art found in the promotional material may have confirmed even more things than the previous ones. fans already suspected.
Artwork was found on several prints of supposedly official T-shirts from the series, as well as promotional images (via ComicBookMovie). While many only show the protagonist or refer to TVA, the time-variation agency that monitors time-traveling characters, others may have given clues to important plot points, suggesting that the production will feature more than one Loki, or even the timeline won’t stay intact for long.
Some of the most striking phrases include “The timeline wants to break free”, which in free translation would be something like “The timeline wants to break free” and “What makes Loki a Loki”, which can be translated into Portuguese. by “What makes Loki a Loki.” While that’s not a lot of information, the sentences certainly suggest that the timeline may end up fragmenting, besides indicating with “a Loki” that we won’t see that the Loki, which could mean that different versions of the God of Cheat can appear in the plot.
In the other images, you can also see Owen Wilson’s character, Mobius M. Mobius, and an old cartoon-style clock, called Miss Minutes, which can be a sort of TVA mascot. You can see the illustration showing the character of Tom Hiddleston and the others below:
Not much has been revealed about the premise of the series, but it is already known that the plot takes place after the events of Avengers: Endgame, and that Loki will have fallen into the hands of TVA, ceasing to live in it. shadow of Thor and travel. through time while changing the directions of human history. In addition to Hiddleston and Wilson, the cast will include Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Sophia Di Martino, Wunmi Mosaku and Richard E. Grant, under the direction of Kate Herron.
Loki opens June 11, only at Disney +.
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