Will there be another episode of Loki?
Thankfully, yes. Disney+ has officially renewed Loki for a second season. The streaming service revealed the exciting news during the finale's end credits, when a case file was marked with a stamp saying, "Loki will return in season 2." ELLE.com'Loki' Season 2 Release Date, News, Cast, Spoilers, Trailer
What happened at the end of Loki Episode 6?
The episode ends with a pan shot from a confused and worried looking Loki to a big statue at the TVA, where the three Time Keepers stood earlier. Now, there's just one statue – of He Who Remains, in the avatar of Kang the Conqueror, presumably the new super villain of Marvel's Phase 4. The Indian ExpressLoki Episode 6 recap: Tom Hiddleston show introduces new supervillain in cliffhanger finale
What happened at end of Loki?
Ending of 'Loki' Season 1 finale, explained Loki finds himself at the Time Variance Authority office again. ... After running through the library, Loki stumbles upon Mobius and Hunter B-15. He confesses what happened to him, Sylvie and He Who Remains at the end of time and urges them to prepare for a coming war. Deseret News‘Loki’: What happens at the end? The ending, explained
Who is he who remains in Marvel Comics?
Alone in the Citadel at the End of Time in the Temple of Sleepers, He Who Remains is the last director of the Time Variance Authority (TVA). He creates and guards the Time-Keepers, a trio of beings who are fated to survive the end of eternity known as The Cataclysm. marvel.comHe Who Remains Powers, Enemies, History
18 July, 2021 - 04:01am
This move creates an alternate timeline branch and Loki is arrested by the TVA as a variant, set to be tried and "pruned" to correct the timeline. Meanwhile, another Loki variant is on the loose, luring TVA agents to different points on the "Sacred Timeline" to attack them and take their equipment to enact their master plan to destroy the TVA. Loki is full of a plethora of colorful, interesting characters. But what if they were all dropped into an alternate timeline that contained the wizarding world of Harry Potter? How would they all fit in at Hogwarts?
What Casey lacks in knowledge of the real world he more than makes up for in courage, as Loki's threats have no effect on him. He's outgoing and friendly, making him a nice fit for Gryffindor's house.
Boastful Loki seemed loyal to Kid Loki, recognizing the latter as king of The Void, but he double-crossed the group to President Loki, who was then doublecrossed by his own team of Loki variant followers. In the end, Boastful Loki proved himself ambitious and devious. These traits are common among Slytherin, particularly those who went bad.
He also values loyalty, especially in those he looks upon as his subjects. With this in mind, the sorting hat would surely assign the child king to Hufflepuff.
Classic Loki's wit and creativity in facing Thanos and distracting Alioth, the cloud-like creature that consumes all variants who end up in The Void, would surely lead to the Sorting Hat placing him in Ravenclaw.
With vast knowledge, and the creativity to concoct such an intricate and massive manipulation as the TVA, Kang's intentions were for the greater good. Curiosity and knowledge would place him in Ravenclaw, though his evil variants could fit better elsewhere.
B-15 was reluctant to trust Loki as he was brought in to help them hunt the variant who had been killing TVA agents and stealing their equipment. Though, after Sylvie takes control of her mind, B-15 realizes the deception of the TVA and seeks her out to show her the truth of her former life while the Loki variant is in custody. Courageous, honest, and determined, B-15 would have likely been sorted to house Gryffindor.
After forming a reluctant bond with Loki, he isn't surprised when the God of Mischief runs off with Sylvie, the female Loki variant who is wreaking havoc all across the Sacred Timeline, creating branches of time with the ultimate goal of taking down the TVA. Mobius is hardworking, dedicated, and shows infinite patience while dealing with Loki. These qualities could very well see him sorted to Hufflepuff.
As the series goes on, it becomes clear she was responsible for losing the Loki variant who's on the loose, and she has a personal stake in ending the threat to the TVA. Secretive, cunning, and quick to betray, the villainous Ravonna Renslayer's dark motives make her a perfect fit for Slytherin House.
When Loki interrupts her plans, the two reluctantly team up to bring down the TVA and find who's behind the agency at the end of time. Through it all, the pair begin to develop feelings for each other, proving Loki could only ever truly love himself. Intelligent, creative, and witty, Sylvie would no doubt be sorted to Ravenclaw as a student of Hogwarts.
Saved from pruning by Mobius, Loki is brought on to the TVA team to help track down and stop a rogue Loki variant, a mission that unravels in true Loki fashion as the story unfolds. With a title like God of Mischief, it's not hard to imagine where the sorting hat would place Loki. Add to this his history of both villainy and reluctant heroism, a thirst for power, self-preservation, and unparalleled cunning, it's obvious that this Loki is pure Slytherin.
ComicBook Nation: Loki's MCU Multiverse, Suicide Squad Reactions & Space Jam 2 Review (Episode 3x28)
18 July, 2021 - 04:01am
16 July, 2021 - 11:40am
Sylvie was explicitly created for the show. And as revealed by head writer Michael Waldron, she’s a combination of two prominent Marvel characters, Lady Loki and The Enchantress.
Lady Loki and The Enchantress are two different characters in Marvel Comics. In the comic books, Loki can shapeshift. And in his female form, which Marvel introduced in 2008, he’s known as Lady Loki.
Sylvie Lushton, aka The Enchantress, first appeared in the 2009 Marvel comic Dark Reign: Young Avengers #1. She lives a normal human life up until the time Asgardians take over her Oklahoma town. Sylvie becomes a sorceress when Loki gives her Enchantress Amora’s magical powers.
When Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino) first appeared in Loki, fans didn’t know if she was the Enchantress or Lady Loki. And in the end, she turned out to be a little bit of both.
In a chat with Screen Rant, Waldron suggested that, like many other characters in the MCU, Sylvie is also a combination of multiple Marvel Comic entities.
“I think that we just wanted to have a version of Loki opposite Tom that was the same but different,” he explained. “There’s a history of Lady Loki in the comics, of Enchantress and all these cool characters. As often happens in the MCU, you see an opportunity to pull those different elements and just put them together.”
“She just felt like a badass hero, sort of, or a vigilante in a way,” Waldron added. “It just felt like a really cool version of Loki to position opposite our guy, who has been doing things throughout his life somewhat selfishly, driven by his own trauma. She’s on a crusade that, at this point, certainly seems like it’s a crusade for good and for liberation. We just thought that’d be a cool way to do it.”
Tom Hiddleston’s Loki has his villainous moments, but he’s also witty, funny, and insightful. Finding someone to match his tone as Sylvie was crucial. And Waldron thinks Sophia Di Martino fits the part perfectly.
The #CountdowntoLoki Finale is on and the cast is ready to celebrate! Check out their special messages to you below before the finale starts streaming on @DisneyPlus. @SophiaDiMartino, our #Sylvie, is here to kick it off! pic.twitter.com/810v8WO7oL
“Sylvie’s a Loki, so you want somebody who’s going to match that energy, that charm, that mischievousness and just everything that makes you love Tom’s version of Loki,” he told Screen Rant. “But at the same time, the performance had to stand on its own because Sylvie is entirely her own character.”
He continued, “It was certainly a discussion, and that was ultimately something driven by Kate and our casting folks. They did work with Sophia back in the day, and we’re just we’re so lucky we have her.”
All six episodes of Loki season 1 are streaming on Disney+.