Loki returns to mess with reality sooner than you think.
Marvel Studios is on a roll in early 2021, currently halfway through the Disney+ run for The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and with plenty more to come. While the studio may not end up having new content every week of this year as fans once hoped, the last six months are going to be more jam-packed than ever.
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Now that the theatrical release slate is just about set into stone, MCU die hards can look forward to Black Widow in July and Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings in July, while Eternals and Spider-Man: No Way Home keep their latest dates from November and December. Before all that, there is the premiere of one more massive Disney+ series to look forward to in Loki.
Loki Offers New Wonders In Latest Trailer
Not much is known about Tom Hiddleston’s first MCU solo project yet, especially since the only real footage came in the trailer from December’s Disney Investor’s Meeting. That all changes today thanks to the newest release, which is an absolute doozy.
Marvel Studios has officially debuted the second full trailer for Phase 4’s third Disney+ series, Loki, which can be seen in the video below:
While there are still plenty of details left to be revealed, this trailer gives a little bit of a clearer picture on the plot of this wild adventure. Safe to say, the MCU is going all in on the God of Mischief’s first solo outing.
Things pick up right after Avengers: Endgame with Loki’s actions with the Tesseract clearly having an effect on the timeline, as was teased in that very movie by Tilda Swinton’s Ancient One. After that, Tom Hiddleston takes one of the craziest rides we’ve ever seen him take in the MCU to date.
While this Loki is still the one that wreaked havoc in New York City, it seems as though Owen Wilson’s Mobius M. Mobius and the TVA need his help fixing the timeline for some reason or another. It’s unclear what that reason is, but it seems that Hiddleston’s character will be toeing the line between hero and villain more so than ever in this adventure.
As has been the case through Phase 4, this is another series clearly connected to what came before it in the Infinity Saga, with references to all of Loki’s past movies from Phases 1 through 3. With more opportunities than ever before to expand on his role, this series is shaping up to be yet another special run for Marvel.
Loki will officially premiere on Disney+ on June 11.
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