Disney+ is developing a series based on the character of Loki. We will see Tom Hiddleston as The God of Mischief on the small screen. The series will set in MCU and share continuity with the movies. Michael Waldron created, and Kate Herron directed the series. It was announced at Comic-Con with other series like Wandavision, Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Hawkeye, etc.
Recently some sources revealed that the filming would resume soon for the Loki series. So keep reading to know more regarding it:
Production Status Of Loki
Earlier, Disney decided to shut the production on the Loki series due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. In March 2020, filming was postponed for the Disney+ series. Disney had already suspended production on many projects for the safety of cast and crew members.
But now, there are reports that the filming of Loki can resume from July 2020. It is also expected that shooting for the other Disney+ series like WandaVision and the Falcon and Winter Soldier will even begin in the same month. The news is revealed by Murphy’s Multiverse writer Lizzie Hill, but right now, nothing is confirmed by Marvel and Disney.
Air Date Of Loki
Loki series, which will have six episodes, is yet slated to premiere on Disney+ in Spring 2021 despite the delay in production. There are chances that the delay will impact the release of the series, but we will keep updating you if there will be any change in the release date.
Official Trailer For Loki
Right now, no trailer is dropped by Disney for the Loki series. But here’s the Super Bowl ad trailer which revealed the first look of Tom Hiddleston as Loki in the series:
Some Significant Details For Loki
We will see these stars in the forthcoming Disney+ series Loki: Tom Hiddleston as Loki, Owen Wilson, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Sophia Di Martino, and Richard E. Grant. The series will pick up after the incidents of Avengers Endgame.
In Loki, we will see what happened to God Of Mischief after he escaped with the Tessaract cube, by opening a portal. The synopsis of Loki is, ‘After the occasions of Endgame, Loki utilizes the Tesseract to go through the time and develop history.