DIKSIA.COM - Disney+ has just dropped the much-awaited trailer for the second season of “Loki,” and it's jam-packed with excitement as it promises the debut of Ke Huy Quan in the Marvel universe and the return of Jonathan Majors as the formidable supervillain, He Who Remains.
Set over two years after its initial series debut in 2021, “Loki” picks up the story following the events of “Avengers: Endgame” (2019). The show follows the journey of Tom Hiddleston's enigmatic God of Mischief as he partners with the Time Variance Authority (TVA) to prevent superhero variants from wreaking havoc in different timelines of the vast multiverse.
In the tantalizing teaser trailer for “Loki” season two, we witness Owen Wilson's Mobius and Hiddleston's Loki venturing into the world of Marvel newcomer Ke Huy Quan, who recently clinched an Oscar for his performance in “Everything Everywhere All At Once.”
At the conclusion of the first season, Loki found himself trapped in an unrecognizable universe, left in ruins after the demise of He Who Remains (Jonathan Majors).
“I've been pulled through time, between the past and the present. If what I saw is true… there is nothing that stands between this world and utter destruction,” warns Loki in a gripping voiceover.
The trailer offers glimpses of other beloved characters making their comeback, including Eugene Cordero's Casey, Gugu Mbatha-Raw's Ravonna, and Sophia Di Martino's Sylvie.
Notably, Victor Timely, a variant of He Who Remains, makes an awe-inspiring entrance, following the tantalizing tease from the first season.
“It's him,” Loki exclaims, with a sense of impending doom. “War is on its way.”
Fans can mark their calendars for the grand premiere of “Loki” season two on Disney+ scheduled for October 6th.
Jonathan Majors' reappearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe follows his character's brief introduction in the first season's finale. The actor, aged 33, later starred in “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania,” released just a month before he faced legal trouble, with charges of strangulation, assault, and harassment.