Back in April, The Walt Disney Company conducted an investor presentation for Disney+. Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige was there to confirm Falcon and Winter Soldier, WandaVision, and What If for the streaming service. He also offered a glimpse of the previously-announced Loki series.
Disney has released photos from the event and Feige appears in a couple of them. In one of those images, we can see an official logo and concept art for Loki behind the Marvel Studios chief. The concept art matches what we have heard about the series thus far, which is that the God of Mischief (Tom Hiddleston) will be popping up throughout the events of human history.
In the artwork, we can see Jaws on the marquee. Steven Spielberg’s seminal classic was released in 1975. It’s been re-released over the years, but everything else in the image matches that 1970s time period. Loki is playing in the past.
There has been a lot of speculation of late that Loki will feature the version of the character who picked up the Tesseract and got away after the Battle of New York in Avengers: Endgame. Basically, this has been thought to be the workaround for Loki dying in Avengers: Infinity War and not coming back in the prime MCU timeline.
I’ve never thought that was the case, though, and it seems the series will play out as everyone was expecting before Endgame created an alternate timeline loophole. Loki is still dead and the Disney+ series will be showing us more of his life before his untimely demise.
VIA: Discussing Film