New Details on Marvel's LOKI Series, Which Will See the Trickster Causing Trouble Throughout Time


There were a lot of announcements about what Marvel is bringing to Disney+ at SDCC this year. One of the most exciting upcoming projects, for me at least, is Loki. Tom Hiddleston will be reprising his iconic roll in this series that will debut on the streaming service in Spring 2021, and we got our first look at it in a piece of concept art that was previously shared.

With Marvel not really giving many details about the series, there is room for speculation. It has been previously rumored that the series would jump around to a few different timelines. has access to an inside source close to the production of the show that offered some new details and this is what was revealed:

Now new information about the Loki series has surfaced via production sources, as it looks like casting for the series will be starting soon. That information confirms that the Tesseract is involved (as Feige did at SDCC) and describes the series as the previous report did, that he’s traveling through human history…with one big addition. It says that he’ll “change historical events”

We all saw Loki escape with the Tesseract in Avengers: Endgame, and before Feige confirmed it, a lot of fans speculated that action would lead to the series. It’ll be fun watching Loki travel around different time periods and historical events causing all sorts of mischief! I can’t wait to see how they are going to play with this concept!

When Hiddleston previously talked about the series, he said:

“Just about the last thing that happened to him was he got Hulk smashed. So there’s a lot of pyshclogical evolution that is still yet to happen. Kevin has generously showed me what his plans are. It’s one of the most exciting creative opportunities I’ve come across. This is new territory, a new world, new challenges I can’t wait to get started.”

I hope that this turns out to be true, I would like to see what kind of trouble Loki can get himself into. Let us know what you think.

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