Viewers who had been in a position to watch the primary season of “Loki” are wanting ahead to what a second season should provide. But if the phrases of present creator Michael Wardon are to be considered, there’s a lot to anticipate.
Walden shares some data when he was interviewed in “The Playlist.” He shared how there have been plenty of prospects, particularly after the sixth episode of the primary season of “Loki.”
“It’s important for each season to really stand alone as its own thing,” Wardon mentioned. “It became clear, even as we were making it and still kind of refining episode 6, that it felt like hey, this cast, this world is great and wow, there’s a lot more gas left in the tank. And yeah, there is certainly more story to tell here. And so that’s when we sort of shifted some things,” he added.
There is rather a lot to say so far as different characters showing in “Loki” season 2 and past are involved. That consists of different variants of Loki, Kang The Conqueror and so forth.
Further, Wardon touched on the potential for “Loki” probably being influenced by “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” a movie that Wardon can be writing.
“It’s all intertwined and it all stands alone,” he mentioned. “Like a great comic universe, I think that one thing certainly informs the other. You’re going to have a better time watching the next chapter of an MCU story if you’ve seen the stuff before it. But also, hopefully, even if you’ve never if you’ve walked in off the street, you’ll still have a blast.”
There is rather a lot to digest for the second season of “Loki.” However, there’s little data out there. All that’s identified proper now’s that Tom Hiddleston shall be again along with Owen Wilson, Gugu-Mbatha Raw, Sophia Di Martino, and John Majors.