“Loki” TV Series On Disney+, What Is It About, When Is It Releasing? Here’s What We Know

Tom Hiddleston will be back on the MCU as an Asgardian Loki in a new series on the Disney+ Streaming Service.

The series, like the rest of the Marvel properties, is secretly surrounded, but Marvel boss Kevin Feige and others have given some hints on what we can expect.

Of particular interest, Rick and Morty writer Michael Waldron signed as a collaborator with Kate Herron on directing duties in a different direction for something we have seen before in the Universe of Marvel.

When Will Loki Release On Disney+?

The San Diego Comic-Con announced that Loki would be published in Spring 2021, so we had to wait for the series to start. Nevertheless, we had a look at the new series logo at the same panel, demonstrating the God of Mischief’s simple love of fonts.

Source: Screen Rant

Who Is In The Cast Of Loki On Disney+?

Although Tom Hiddleston will take up his role as the god of mischief, Flowers actress Sophia Di Martino has been confirmed as part of the show.  We don’t know the character yet, but some have speculated that she can play a female trouble maker version.

What Be Will The Plot Of Loki On Disney+?

Marvel supremo Kevin Feige, speaking at San Diego Comic-Con, announced that the show would follow the younger Loki who fled during the Avengers: Endgame Days, after the death from the elderly “original” Loki in Avengers.

It was verified by a photo of Kevin Feige’s Disney+ presentation. It shows a blurry image of Tom Hiddleston standing before a billboard advertising Steven Spielberg’s Jaws in what seems to be the 1970s in the USA. The series would be set in 1975.

Netflix’s Loki is far most the most awaited series that the fans are waiting for. Although no particular date has been revealed by the makers, still we can accept the thriller would come anytime soon.

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