Loki is quickly approaching its release date and Marvel fans couldn’t be more excited. After the other two Disney+ hits, fans strongly believe Loki will be just as good if not better. There’s a new trailer for Loki, too and it reveals where the God of Mischief went after Avengers: Endgame.
Loki will pick up where that film left off. Many fans already suspected as much but it’s nice to know for sure. It looks like after Loki (Tom Hiddleston) picks up the tesseract and runs off he heads to the sandy area we’ve seen in previous trailers.
This new trailer came ahead of the show’s launch on Wednesday and it looks amazing. The trailer has a ton of new footage that we haven’t seen yet, and it promises one hell of a show.
It looks like Loki’s freedom won’t last long, though. The mischiefmaker will quickly be apprehended by soldiers and brought to Owen Wilson’s character, Mobius M. Mobius.
This entire show will revolve around Loki being some kind of time agent. It seems like he’s going to go around dealing with the broken timeline. The end goal is obviously to bring whoever is messing with the flow of time to justice.
— Loki (@LokiOfficial) June 5, 2021
The clip showcases exactly what kind of dynamic we can expect between Loki and Mobius M. Mobius. The two are going to be the highlights, for sure, and watching their relationship evolve will be awesome.
Not only that, but we’re going to get to see Loki be an absolute ass, which is exactly what the head writer of the show, Michael Waldron, called him.
“Because Tom is fun to watch, it is fun to write [a story on him]. Our first thought was to create a story about this character that hasn’t been told in 10 years. Loki is an ass, and that makes my life as a writer easy. He’s a man of frustration and chaos, and in any scene, anything can happen. This gives the writer a chance to take the story in different directions. Just like the shape-shifting character that Loki is, we wanted the show to be [unpredictable] as well,”
“All of these stories, in their own way, are interconnected, and have ramifications. I think that certainly, our aim with the Loki series was for it to have wide-reaching ramifications across the MCU moving forward,” he told Total Film “So, you know, was I having to clean up some of the messes that I made [with Loki]? Maybe so.”
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Loki will debut on June 9 on Disney+!
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