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Here is what happened to Loki after “Avengers: Endgame.”

Oh no, those Russo boys are up to no good again! The Russo Brothers will explain everything that happened in Avengers: Endgame. Nothing will stop them! This time, the moviemakers tell the truth about what happened to Loki, played by Tom Hiddleston, after he ran away with the Space Stone. I guess that’s a spoiler, but the Russos have said that you can now talk about spoilers. So, keep reading to find out what happened to Loki after Endgame.

At the beginning of Avengers: Infinity War, Loki died, but we all knew he wouldn’t stay dead for good. At the same time, everyone at Marvel Studios swore on their lives that the characters who died in Infinity War and didn’t disappear after the Snap would stay dead. So, with Endgame, how did the Russo Brothers get around this? My friends, let’s talk about time travel and other dimensions.

Loki is still dead, even though he died in Infinity War, but Loki from the past, around the time of the first Avengers movie, is alive and well. And he didn’t get caught because he grabbed the Space Stone and vanished. Even though we don’t see him again for the rest of the movie, it’s clear that this Loki is still alive and will be the version of the character we see in future movies. Well, this is where things start to get complicated. The whole plot of Thor: The Dark World is about Loki being locked up and growing as a character.

In Thor: Ragnarok, Loki and Thor get even closer, even though Loki is still a little bit of a jerk. But that version of Loki was locked up on Asgard, which wouldn’t have happened to the Loki who is still alive. So what the hell is going on?

When they talked to Business Insider, the Russos tried to figure out what was going on. Joe Russo says that “branched realities” are the most important thing to keep in mind:

“Loki would make his own history when he teleports away with the [Space] Stone. It gets very complicated, but if Cap couldn’t find Loki, he wouldn’t be able to fix the timeline. Loki creates a branch in reality as soon as he does something as big as take the Space Stone.”

In the interview, the Russos make a strange mistake and call the Space Stone the Time Stone, but let’s assume that was just an accident.

Anthony Russo added, “We’re dealing with the idea of multiverses and branching realities, so there are many realities.” Is there a world where the Russo Brothers don’t always have to talk about their movie? If so, am I allowed to go?

In any case, Loki is getting his own Disney+ show, so you can bet that this branched reality thing will come up there at some point.

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