Tom Hiddleston Is in a Lot of Trouble in New Loki TV Spot


Tom Hiddleston is In a Lot of Trouble in New Loki TV Spot

A brand new TV spot for Marvel Studios’ highly-anticipated MCU series Loki has been released, featuring new footage of Tom Hiddleston’s return as the God of Mischief. The video features Owen Wilson’s Mobius as he makes it clear to Loki that the timeline is in chaos because of him, while also highlighting the several tasks he must do for the Time Variance Authority. The Disney+ series is set to premiere on Wednesday, June 9, the first MCU series to take up that timeslot.

Check out the new Loki TV spot in the player below!

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Loki features Tom Hiddleston as he reprises the fan-favorite mischievous titular villain, who was last seen in Avengers: Endgame, where he successfully had stolen the Tesseract during Iron Man and Ant-Man’s failed attempt to retrieve it. Because of this, the God of Mischief has been arrested by the Time Variance Authority, a bureaucratic organization that exists outside of time and space, due to the damage he had done with the timeline. Now, he must willingly work with the TVA in order to fix the reality he broke or else face deletion from existence.

Joining Hiddleston are MCU newcomers Sophia Di Martino (Yesterday, Flowers, Into the Badlands), Owen Wilson (The Royal Tenenbaums), Gugu Mbatha-Raw (Black Mirror: San Junipero), Cailey Fleming (The Walking Dead), and Richard E. Grant (Can You Ever Forgive Me?), Sasha Lane (American Honey) and Wunmi Mosaku (Lovecraft Country).

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Directed by Kate Herron, Loki hails from head writer Michael Waldron (Rick and Morty), who is also the scribe for Sam Raimi’s Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which Loki will reportedly have ties into just like with WandaVision and Spider-Man: No Way Home. Executive producers are Herron, Kevin Feige, Louis D’ Esposito, Victoria Alonso, and Stephen Broussard.