Disney + has become the perfect haven for Marvel fans who don’t have enough with theatrical releases. The studio has prepared the television expansion of the universe and is developing several productions that will allow us to get to know better characters like Scarlet Witch, Falcon, and, of course, Loki.
The series about Odin’s son of the same name, Loki, is one of the most anticipated and, curiously, its plot arose by chance.
As you may recall, Avengers: Endgame included plenty of nods to previous franchise movies and screenplay twists, one of which ‘resurrected’ Loki.
After watching him steal the Tesseract, many fans wondered if we would see him in Marvel Phase 4, and indeed this will continue to unfold in television fiction, but by chance.
The writers of Endgame, Christopher Markus, and Stephen McFeely have revealed that added it as a way to stir things up a bit of time travel and not as a preview of the plot of the series.
Although it was not confirmed from the beginning, fans soon began to speculate that fiction would play with the timelines and, later, during the Super Bowl, an advance hinted that Loki would face the authorities of the variation of the time, in charge of fixing this type of alteration.
“When Loki travels with the Time Stone, he creates his own timeline. It gets very complicated, but it would have been impossible for Captain America ( Chris Evans ) to rectify this timeline without finding Loki.
Weare dealing with this idea of multiverses and branched realities, so there are many realities, “explains Endgame co-director Anthony Russo. With a release date in the spring of 2021, work for Loki has begun.
The huge Super Studios TV spot from Marvel Studios gave us our first look at God of Mischief in their own Disney + series. Not much is revealed in the clip, other than Loki himself sending out a “burn this place to the ground” warning.
From the looks of it, he appears to be isolated from a single light source, like he’s in prison.