Is there a Loki Season 2?
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
Is Episode 6 of Loki the last episode?
Sylvie and Loki meet the puppet master behind the Time Variance Authority. Sylvie and Loki prepare to step into the Citadel at the End of Time. Loki's time-hopping adventure reached its end Wednesday, with the sixth and final episode of the Marvel Cinematic Universe show hitting Disney Plus. CNETLoki season finale recap: Post-credits scene and ending for episode 6 explained
Is Doctor Strange in Loki?
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
What happens in 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
Posted on Thursday, July 15th, 2021 by Vanessa Armstrong
We’ve seen a lot of Lokis now, given the events of the first season of the Disney+ series Loki. But with so many Lokis to choose from, how do you decide which one is the best, the most supreme version of the god of mischief?
Or is it that tough? Not really, to be honest. Tom Hiddleston — who’s been the only Marvel Cinematic Universe version of Loki we’ve known for a decade — knows which Loki is the best. And it isn’t him.
The answer, to Hiddleston, was obvious:
“OK, well, you know, what can I say? I’ve been toiling away at this character going on for 11 years. And I have given everything I can only to be upstaged, perhaps inevitably, by the one true Loki, the superior Loki, which is Alligator Loki. You know I sort of knew it was coming. I felt I was going to be substituted at some point. And I’m glad it’s finally happened. Alligator Loki has arrived. And, yeah, thrown his hat down. And the rest of us simply have to get out of the way at this point.”
While Alligator Loki was only on the screen for a few short moments, he undoubtedly stole the show. We first see him at the end of episode 4 after Ravonna sent Hiddleston’s Loki to The Void. It was just a quick shot then, a glimpse of the most amazing Loki ever. He’s accompanied in that scene by three other Loki variants: Richard E. Grant as an older, classic version of Loki, a kid version of Loki (Jack Veal), and a Loki with a steampunk version of Mjolnir (Deobia Oparei).
However, Alligator Loki received more screen time in the next episode, which is where he truly won our hearts. Arguably, his most memorable moment comes halfway through the episode when the reptilian variant bites the hand off a Loki Variant running for political office.
Will Alligator Loki make an appearance in season 2 of Loki? One can only hope and dream that will be the case. As Hiddleston jokingly says above, the rest of us simply have to get out of Alligator Loki’s way. That Loki variant is leading his best life, and every other Loki should follow his example.
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16 July, 2021 - 01:02pm