Disney+’s Loki Series Rumored To Be Near The End Of Production

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A recent conversation with an executive from Marvel Studios, Victoria Alonso, has revealed that the Loki series for Disney Plus, which will follow the antics of the Norse deity in an alternate timeline, is still shooting and that production will come to an end in about “four or five weeks.” Allegedly, there’s a season two of Loki in the works, which will reportedly start filming in 2022.

In her interview this week with the website Clarin, Ms Alonso said that after Loki has finished its production phase, the only series yet to complete thier production cycles will be Ms Marvel and Hawkeye. Shows such as The Falcon and the Winter Soldier have already finished production, while WandaVision is scheduled to premiere in January 2021.

Filming of movies like Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings had to pause for 30 or 40 days due to the pandemic, which finished in October.

The arrival of the Loki series has been hotly anticipated by fans since the brother of Thor, who has had a huge fan following for almost ten years, was killed off at the beginning of the film Avengers: Infinity War. In its sequel, Avengers: Endgame, a botched time-traveling escapade involving other members of the Avengers results in Loki (Tom Hiddleston) stealing the Tesseract, one of the coveted Infinity Stones, and disappearing.

The Russo Brothers, who directed the film, confirmed that Loki had started an alternate timeline. The series involving his adventures in this parallel universe are due to be explored in the upcoming series for Disney Plus, which was announced in the autumn of 2018. The series also stars Owen Wilson and Gugu Mbatha-Raw.

Loki is expected to premiere on Disney+ sometime in 2021.