Finally, Marvel and Disney+ presented the whole, official Loki Season 2 trailer following the poster and countdown tease on Twitter. It’s so near! While obscuring others, the video features a number of new and returning characters and teases some key plot developments, which I’ll discuss below.
Disney had already shown some footage in its Disney+ advertisements before we had a full Loki Season 2 trailer. Loki replicating himself while wearing a tuxedo, fighting with a TVA hunter, sliding through the TVA, and creating a mosaic of the Time Keepers with the robotic head Sylvie severed in season 1 resting on a table in front of him were just a few of the narrative points teased in the promos for Loki season 2. These advertisements included some of the videos from the rough teaser that was presented at the Disney D23 Expo in September 2022.
When and Where Is Loki Season 2 Coming Out?
As of right now, Loki Season 2’s Disney+ debut date is set for October 6, 2023. The chief writer of Loki’s first season, Michael Waldron, and Disney reached an all-encompassing agreement in January 2021 that calls for his involvement in Loki’s second season. The second season was teased immediately after the first one concluded in a mid-credits sequence in the first season finale, which was published in July 2021.
According to Kevin Feige, President of Marvel Studios, who made the news during San Diego Comic-Con 2022, Loki Season 2 was scheduled to premiere in the summer of 2023, but that plan has definitely changed. The following season will be part of Phase Five of the MCU, which debuts on February 17, 2023, with the release of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. You may watch Loki’s first season on Disney+ while you wait for Season 2.
Is There a Loki Season 2 trailer?
The second season of Loki was among the shows discussed during Disney’s D23 Expo, which took place from September 9 to September 11, 2022. Marvel said that Loki is still attempting to make sense of things in the wake of the dramatic Season 1 ending in a piece of information that was given by Kevin Feige by Marvel. Disney+ recently included a few seconds of season footage in its 2023 promo.
We got the first Loki Season 2 trailer on July 31. The series will discuss the consequences of Season 1 as well as the post-credit scene from Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.
Who’s In the Confirmed Cast of Loki Season 2?
The D23 footage from Marvel Studios revealed eight MCU characters will return for Loki season 2, and Feige declared in May 2022 that the “whole cast” of the first season would return. So, viewers can expect to see more of Tom Hiddleston as Loki, Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Ravonna Renslayer, Tara Strong as Miss Minutes, Owen Wilson as Mobius M. Mobius, Sophia Di Martino as Sylvie, and Eugene Cordero as Casey/Hunter K-5E. Jonathan Majors might potentially show up as He Who Remains’ clone Kang the Conqueror.
According to the studio, Loki Season 2 will bring some fresh characters to the MCU. The season’s undisclosed “important role” for Rafael Casal was formally revealed in July. It was announced in September that Ke Huy Quan (Everything Everywhere All at Once) would play a Time Variance Authority archivist who appears in the Loki Season 2 trailer. Season 2 will also feature an unspecified appearance by Game of Thrones Kate Dickie, who is rumored to play a villain. Given the significance of Loki Season 2 in the creation of the Marvel Multiverse, it is feasible that other Marvel characters will appear in the series or, alternatively, that their Variants will strengthen the Multiverse.
Who’s Making Loki Season 2?
Marvel Studios is in charge of producing Loki Season 2, and Eric Martin is the main writer. The directing crew is led by Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead, who have already worked on two episodes of Moon Knight (2022), another Marvel Studios production. Executive producers Tom Hiddleston and Michael Waldron, who served as the show’s primary writer in the first season, are back. The show’s director of photography is Isaac Bauman, and the composer from the first season is Natalie Holt. Tom Hiddleston, Michael Waldron, Kevin Feige, Louis D’Esposito, and Victoria Alonso are on the list of executive producers for Loki Season 2.