Tom Hiddleston has explained what we can expect from Loki in season two.
The British actor has played Loki for well over a decade now, starting with Thor in 2011. Thereafter, he made numerous appearances within the Marvel Cinematic Universe and was a key figure in the Infinity War saga.
At the conclusion of the first season of Loki, he is sent back to the Time Variance Authority after He Who Remains is killed by Sylvie, which subsequently unleashes a new multiverse and the emergence of Kang the Conqueror, who is set to be the next 'Big Bad' of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
In a featurette promotion season two, Hiddleston provided some details on the character's new motivations.
"Season two is about Loki understanding himself. He's found a new family. There's a new capacity to make connections. He realises that those connections are all that matter, in the end." he explained.
And, it definitely seems that Loki has turned full babyface for season two.
"Loki has always been a villain. What we also want to explore is Loki also finding what heroism looks like, " executive producer Kevin R. Wright revealed.
Despite his ongoing legal issues Jonathan Majors will feature as a version of Kang, Victor Timely, who was introduced in a post-credits scene after Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.
Hiddleston and Majors star alongside Sophia Di Martino (Sylvie), Gugu Mbatha-Raw (Renslayer), Wunmi Mosaku (Hunter B-15), Eugene Cordero, Tara Strong (Miss Minutes), Neil Ellice, and Owen Wilson (Mobius) reprising their roles from the first season, alongside Rafael Casal, Kate Dickie, Liz Carr, and Ke Huy Quan.
Ke Huy Quan joins the cast as Ouroboros, an archivist for the TVA.
Within the new trailer, we see that Loki is constantly being thrown into separate sections of the new timeline, forcing Mobius to try and determine the problem. The pair travel back in time to the 1900s where they encounter Timely, a professor with futuristic inventions.
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