Loki, the Disney+ TV series which brings back Tom Hiddleston‘s god of mischief, is (probably) coming our way early next year. And while we all have a pretty good idea what to expect – Loki back on his bullshit – specific details remain locked away. But showrunner Michael Waldron has some hot goss he’s ready to spill on what’s in store. Specifically: how the sometimes villain/sometimes hero Loki will deal with his ever-changing identity.
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Tom Hiddleston is taking over our TV screens, one streaming service at a time. In addition to starring in the upcoming Disney+ series Loki, the Avengers: Endgame star has been tapped to lead White Stork, a Netflix political thriller series created, written, and executive produced by Jericho scribe Chris Dunlop.
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We’ve known that Marvel Studios was working on a Loki series for Disney+ since last fall. However, very little is known about what the series will entail other than the return of Tom Hiddleston as the titular god of mischief, who finds himself popping up at various points throughout time as an unlikely influence on historical events. But now the series has a co-star in the form of Netflix’s Flowers star Sophia Di Martino, who was recently seen in Universal’s fantasy comedy Yesterday. Find out more below. Read More »
Even though Loki may have died at the beginning of Avengers: Infinity War, Marvel Studios isn’t done playing with Thor’s mischievous adopted brother. Loki is one of several new shows coming to the Disney+ streaming service launching later this year, but it won’t arrive until the spring of 2021. So far, there haven’t been many details revealed about the comic book series focusing on a time-hopping version of Loki from The Avengers in 2012, but that changed today.
Director Kate Herron (Sex Education) has been hired to take the helm of the Loki series at Disney+, a surprising choice since the filmmaker has never tackled anything of this scale. But the array of shorts she’s directed and the television she’s worked on might give us an idea as to how she ended up landing the job. Read More »
Perhaps one of the most surprising projects on the roster of Disney+ shows from Marvel Studios is the series focusing on Tom Hiddleston reprising his role as Loki. And after the events of Avengers: Endgame, we understood how that would work. Now we have word on exactly how long we’ll be spending with the god of mischief when the show arrives in the spring of 2021, and it gives us some idea of how Disney and Marvel are able to bring these big screen characters to their streaming service without breaking the bank. Read More »
While everyone was mostly focused on what movies Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe would entail, we didn’t think there would be so much announced for the streaming side of the MCU over at Disney+. But Tom Hiddleston came out to the Hall H stage at Comic-con and shared some little tidbits about what fans can expect from the Loki series.
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Disney+ won’t debut until this November, but we’ve got a first look at one of the shows Marvel Studios is making for the streaming subscription service.
You might remember last night there was a Disney investor meeting in April where some details about the new Marvel Studios shows coming to Disney+ were discussed. During that meeting, the logo for the Marvel Loki series and a piece of concept art from the show. That was initially only for the eyes of Disney’s investors, but now an image from the event has revealed Kevin Feige standing in front of the Loki series first look, and you can check it out below. Read More »
Uh-oh, looks like those Russo boys are at it again! Nothing will stop the Russo Brothers from explaining every single thing that happened in Avengers: Endgame! This time, the filmmakers are dishing the dirt on what happened to Tom Hiddleston‘s Loki after he escaped with the Space Stone. I guess that’s a spoiler, but the Russos themselves have said that the spoiler embargo has been lifted. So read on to find out what happened to Loki after Endgame.
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Disney wants to beat Netflix at the streaming game, and they know just how to do it: by bringing MCU characters to TV. A new report reveals that the House of Mouse is planning to offer streaming shows devoted to Loki, Scarlet Witch and possibly other Marvel Cinematic Universe characters. Both Tom Hiddleston and Elizabeth Olsen are expected to reprise their respective roles. More on the latest Disney streaming service news below.
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Crimson Peak suffered at the box office, primarily because of poor marketing. The gloriously gothic romance was sold as a straight-up horror film, and that’s not exactly what Guillermo del Toro was delivering. A vocal cult following for the film has sprung up since the theatrical release, and now Arrow Video is set to distribute a Crimson Peak Blu-ray that gives the movie the attention it deserves.
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