We still have a while to wait before the Loki disney+ series arrives and perhaps longer than expected depending on how long the current wave of production shutdown throughout the business continues. But while we wait, we have some new details on the Marvel project from series creator and while Michael Waldron. While the finer point of the story is being kept under wraps, Waldron has revealed what the show, in the vague terms, will be about.
Michael Waldron was brought aboard the series last year. Loki will see Tom Hiddleston return as the trickster god but what precisely we’re going to see remains pretty mysterious. During a recent podcast appearance, Waldron explains that we will see Thor’s new’ er – do – well-adopted brother going through something of an identity struggle.
Loki is an upcoming American web television miniseries created by Disney + by Michael Waldron based on a marvel comics character of the same name. It is set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, sharing continuity with the films of the franchise. The series is produced by the Marvel studios, with Waldron serving as the head writer and Kate Herron directing.
Indeed, Loki ever since we were first introduced to him in Thor, has had something of a chip on his shoulder that has guided much of his wrongdoing. He tried to conquer Earth in the Avengers because he craved the power that he could never have as Thor’s brother.
Some brief footage from the show was featured by in a Disney + teaser that showcased the upcoming Marvel shows that also include WandaVision and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. And it stands, Loki is expected to debut in early 2021.