Season 2 of Loki may not begin filming until 2023

Season 2 of Loki, according to Kevin Feige, may not begin filming until 2023 at the earliest. The second season of the popular Disney+ show was revealed in the sixth and last episode of the first season.

Michael Waldron wrote Loki, Kate Herron directed it, and Feige, Waldron, Louis D’Esposito, Victoria Alonso, and Tom Hiddleston, who resumed his role as the title character, produced it.

Season 1 In Cliffhanger

With the reveal of Jonathan Major’s He Who Remains, a version of future MCU villain Kang the Conqueror, as well as the concept of the multiverse, Loki’s first season concluded on an unexpectedly monumental cliffhanger that pushed the entire MCU into a new universe of possibility.

The sacred timeline has been shattered as a result of Sylvie’s killing of He Who Remains, and Kang has assumed control of the timeline monitoring TVA. With Hiddleston rumoured to return in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, fans will be able to watch how the Asgardian Trickster handles these fresh revelations in the near future, but they may have to wait a bit longer for the next chapter in his own series.

Kevin Feige answered to questions about season 2 of the Disney+ show, including when filming will begin and who will direct following Kate Herron’s resignation, when being interviewed by Collider for Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.

As Herron moves on to new projects, Feige stated that the series is in development, as well as his hopes that much of the creative crew would return.

He also announced that the search for a director will begin soon, with filming scheduled to begin in 2022 or 2023.

Here’s What Kevin Feige Said :

“It’s already started. We’re working on it right now. It’s hoped that a large portion of the same team will return. Kate is moving on to larger and greater things, so I’m not being evasive when I say the director search will start soon. We’ve decided on a start date. I’m not sure where it sits between next year and the following year.”


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