The Time Variance Authority in comics is a sort of “time police”, which guarantees the functioning of the Multiverse, intervening on potentially dangerous timelines and acting on subjects who could put the past or the future at risk.
Part of the cast are Sophia Di Martino, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Wunmi Mosaku and Richard E. Grant in roles not yet specified and Cailey Fleming in the role of a “young Sylvie”.
In the series Loki will use the Tesseract to travel through time and alter human history.
In August 2019, Kate Herron in charge of directing and executive producing the series stated that the series would “take Loki to a whole new part of the MCU”, while Michael Waldron, writer and executive producer, said it would “explore the questions we all have: “Where did Loki go after collecting the Tesseract? Will the sun ever shine on him again? ”.
Filming began in January 2020, with the working title River Cruise, directed by Herron.
Executive producer and president of Marvel Studios Kevin Feige called the series a “crime thriller”.
Furthermore, he stated that Tom Hiddleston manages to “shine in every scene”. He then added: “Seeing Tom Hiddleston and Owen Wilson sitting across from each other while reciting fifteen pages of dialogue was incredible.”
The first season of the TV series dedicated to Loki, one of the most loved and controversial characters in the Marvel world, will be available on Disney + from 21 July 2021.
The series will be set after the events told in Avengers: Endgame, and will see the god of deception (Tom Hiddleston) steal the Tesseract and thus create a new timeline.
The Loki television project is obviously part of the commercial strategy Disney has put in place to launch its Disney + streaming service.
There will be six at the moment, but we already mention it: there will be a second season with as many six episodes. Director Kate Herron (Sex Education, Daybreak) is behind the camera for all six episodes of the series.
It must be said that Loki TV series fits perfectly into phase 4 of the MCU.
Perhaps, during the numerous time travels, Loki will meet the villain Kang the Conqueror that we will see in the new film Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.
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