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Beginning of filming for Loki Season 2 has been announced. 

The continued growth of canonical material by Marvel Studios reached new heights in the year 2021. On Disney+ last year, the Marvel Cinematic Universe debuted five new streaming programming, ranging from limited series to animated content. Aside from The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, which featured Sam Wilson assuming the Captain America mantle, and Loki, which featured Tom Hiddleston’s God of Mischief experiencing the consequences of his branch timeline, all four live-action shows dealt with the immediate ramifications of Avengers: Endgame. 

The latter forced the MCU to go into territory it had never before explored…. The Time Variance Authority, the notion of “Variants,” and the explicit definitions of the Multiverse were all presented to audiences in six episodes directed by Kate Herron. 

In the season’s climax, Jonathan Majors’ He Who Remains made his television debut, portraying a variant of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania nemesis Kang the Conqueror. Sylvie, played by Sophia Di Martino, defeats the guy behind the curtain, throwing the Sacred Timeline into a tailspin. Because Loki’s post-credits appearance revealed that Season 2 was on the way, this cliffhanger will finally be resolved for the benefit of the audience. 

In addition to the Moon Knight directors Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead, Loki Season 2 has received the services of Season 1 supporting scribe Eric Martin, who has been elevated to the position of chief writer. There are no official narrative details for the second season, but fans now have an idea of when Hiddleston and company will embark on their adventure into the unknown. 

In less than a month, Loki Season 2 will go into production! 


In June, there is a wonderful purpose weighing on her shoulders. 

According to Production List, the first day of shooting for Loki Season 2 will take place on Monday, June 6 in London, United Kingdom. This is consistent with remarks made by the show’s star, Tom Hiddleston, who said in April that Season 2 filming will begin “in six weeks or something crazy like that.” 

Loki should be completed by the end of the summer, barring any unexpected setbacks or delays. With the exception of a short production start one month before the epidemic shut down the entire entertainment industry, Loki Season 1 was filmed over the course of three months in Fall 2020, indicating that a June to August shoot for Season 2 is likely. 

Then there’s the fact that Loki has a huge number of things going for it heading into Season 2. In the first place, it is being produced in the wake of Disney+’s Moon Knight, which had “the least additional photography” in the history of Marvel Studios. However, the presence of Moon Knight directors Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead on the Loki Season 2 production team just adds to the feeling of calm seas. 

This is also a sequel, which is an added bonus. It’s already been done, the iconography has been formed, the costumes can be recycled, and the cast is already acquainted with one another. Aside from the addition of new directors and a little reorganization of the writers’ room, viewers may expect a staff sheet that is quite similar to Season 1. 

Phase 4 of the MCU has presented tales throughout the galaxy, but the majority of its chapters take place in a universe apart from the rest of the universe. Only Black Widow and Hawkeye, as well as WandaVision and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, have been identified as obvious ties by fans thus far in the story. 

Because the previous project aired at least five months before its follow-up, such crossovers were made possible. Regardless matter how quickly Loki can film, it is inconceivable that it will be available to broadcast before Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania opens in cinemas on its earlier-than-expected release date on July 6. 

To cope with the consequences from Quantumania, viewers will most likely turn to Loki Season 2 or just disregard the events of the first season. The two have a similar adversary in Majors’ Kang the Conqueror, but given that the TVA works outside of time and space, there’s no assurance that Ant-Man 3 will slot into Loki in a sequential fashion. Ant-Man 3 will be released in theaters on July 6. At the very least, anticipate Loki Season 2 to launch in the spring of 2023, with the second season launching somewhere in the second half of next year.

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