Disney+ has released a first look at the upcoming second season of Marvel Studios’ “Loki” series in the form of a teaser trailer and two posters.
Earlier this Spring, it was revealed the “Loki” season two would debut on Disney+ on October 6, 2023, but this is the first time we’ve seen anything about the new season.
Marvel says the season one main cast is returning, so we can expect to see Tom Hiddleston as Loki, Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Ravonna Renslayer, Tara Strong as Miss Minutes, Wilson as Mobius M. Mobius, Sophia Di Martino as Sylvie, and Eugene Cordero as Casey/Hunter K-5E reprising their roles.
Jonathan Majors also returns as a variant of Kang, named Victor Timely, from the comics. If you stayed through the post credits scenes of “Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania,” there was a scene where Loki and Mobius have ended up in the early 1900s where Timely is giving a demonstration of his technological achievements.
He Who Remains, whom (SPOILER ALERT!) Sylvie kills in the first season), was also a Kang variant.
New to this season is Oscar-winner Ke Huy Quan, who will reportedly be playing a character named Oroborus, nicknamed “O.B.,” who is the tech guy at the TVA.
In this first look for the second season, it appears that Loki (Hiddleston) is unwillingly time slipping between the past and the present, and it’s up to him and Mobius (Wilson) to try to make things right in the timeline.
We meet O-B (Quan), who knows of time slipping but has no clue how to stop it…though he does seem to believe duct tapes fixes most everything.
“The timeline is running out,” says the trailer as we get images of the various characters in different points in history.
And Miss Minutes looks really angry. Like the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man angry.
Take a look:
The first of the second season posters finds Loki variants on a clock with Miss Minute’s face…perhaps a play on that tagline from the trailer: The timeline is running out.
The second poster features more Loki variants running, this time on a path that winds around Loki himself. Perhaps inferring that Loki is the key to fixing everything…or maybe just the cause.