Seven Lingering Questions After the ‘Loki’ Finale

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Is Loki in the multiverse of madness?

Before we see him return in Loki season 2. Loki will be in the next Doctor Strange movie. Tom Hiddleston's God of Mischief will reportedly be part of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness — slated to release in March 2022 in cinemas — though it's unclear in what capacity at the moment. Spoilers ahead for Loki. NDTVTom Hiddleston’s Loki Part of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness: Report

Who plays Kang in Loki?

Kang is played in the MCU by actor Jonathan Majors. Most viewers will probably recognize him for his lead performance as Atticus Freeman in HBO's short-lived but acclaimed drama series Lovecraft Country. InverseWho is Kang? 'Loki' Episode 6’s powerful Marvel villain, explained

Where did Ravonna go?

She eventually escaped the timestorm to Lincoln, Nebraska in 1961, where she was thwarted by a rejuvenated Doctor Druid. Still later, she vainly attempted to enthrall Doctor Druid again. She convinced Druid to help her investigate Kang's 20th Century stronghold. wikipedia.orgRavonna

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Tom Hiddleston Says He Would Absolutely Play Loki For Rest Of His Life

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Loki star Tom Hiddleston says he’d absolutely play the God of Mischief for the rest of his life. Hiddleston has played the trickster since Phase One of the Marvel Cinematic Universe; first appearing as the God of Thunder’s adoptive, manipulative, yet empathetic brother in Thor (2011). Hiddleston’s role in the MCU’s make-or-break outing, The Avengers (2012), has led to him being hailed as one of the universe’s greatest villains of all time. Always.

Thanks to Thor: The Dark World and Thor: Ragnarok, Loki enjoyed a full character arc, which saw him come to terms with his family and reject much of his malice from earlier films. Unfortunately, Loki was killed at the hand (or rather gauntlet) of the Mad Titan in Avengers: Infinity War. Thankfully, Disney+’s Loki followed the 2012 version of Hiddleston’s character after being arrested by the Time Variance Authority (TVA) for crimes against the Sacred Timeline. Confronting himself (in every sense of the word), Loki arguably experienced more growth in his efforts to take down the TVA than every film prior—a series that could’ve been the character’s swan song ended up being the start of a new chapter. Loki was just confirmed for a second season.

During a Q&A fan session on Tumblr, Hiddleston was asked if he’d play Loki for the rest of his life. The actor, who has already played the charismatic villain/anti-hero for over a decade, didn’t hesitate to say, “yeah, absolutely.” Read Hiddleston’s full response below:

"Yeah, absolutely. I'm so lucky that I've got to play Loki for this long. And you know, I feel like he's such an interesting character who's been around in human consciousness for so long. And he's got so many different aspects, so many different complex characteristics, that it feels like every time I play him, I find out something new or we get to evolve him or take him down an avenue that we haven't gone down before."

Hiddleston’s desire to continue playing Loki in the MCU echoes the sentiments of Anthony Mackie, Sebastian Stan, and other longtime members of the universe. Not only have their respective characters grown their profiles exponentially but contributed to the historical expansion of a cinematic universe many doubted when 2008’s Iron Man came out. As a character, Loki has undergone a metamorphosis unlike any other, and now, Hiddleston’s latest version of the trickster should go full Iron Man and save the multiverse. At the very least, he should play Loki until the big bad he unleashed is dealt with. Give our current understanding of time in the MCU, that might as well be forever.

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