The finale of “Loki“has banned fans on their couches and never let them go until the end. The sixth episode of Disney+-Series had it all and not only “Loki” Season 2 confirmed but also the head villain for Marvel Phase 4 introduced.
In the last episode of the first season, Sylvie and Loki finally meet the man behind the VAT. He is only called “He who remains” by name. In truth, this is Kang, the new Thanos of Marvel-Universums. The role is played by Jonathan Majors.
Majors was confirmed some time ago in the role of “Kang the Conqueror” for the movie “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania”. His appearance in “Loki” was a well-kept secret until the very end. Now the stars and series maker Michael Waldron comment on Major’s surprise appear ance.
We knew we wanted to make the series big and we wanted it to end with a bang that would impact the future MCU. Knowing that Kang is likely the next big cross-movie villain, and because he’s a time-traveling, cross-universe antagonist, it just always made sense [, ihn auftreten zu lassen].
Screenwriter and showrunner Michael Waldron
Waldron explains that he got the from Marvel Go got to introduce Kang, after that it would be up to him and his team to deliver. “I knew I could take a deep breath after it was known that we were [Jonathan] Have majors for the finals, “reveals the showrunner.
It was important that we get to know a kang in the finale of “Loki” who does not immediately exploit the villain’s full potential, but comes across as a charismatic sociopath: “It was an attempt to point out the horrific evil that lies beneath it, without it to reveal completely. ”
Loki: Kang brings together the themes of the series
For director Kate Herron, Kang’s appearance is an absolute highlight, as she thinks that Kang is the overarching theme of the series: “Nobody is completely good or completely bad, and people fall into a gray area in between.”
In his discussion with Sylvie and Loki, when he says you can kill me, but I’ll be back anyway … and you bring up all these versions of me. And these are far more creepy than me. – I believe him when he says that.
Kate Herron, director of “Loki”
Series star Tom Hiddleston praises his co-star Jonathan Majors: “He came in the last round of the series and made an extraordinary impression. And that’s something, […] to arrive at the final chapter and introduce a character of such breadth, depth, charisma and intelligence “.
Hiddleston’s colleague Sophia Di Martino, who plays Sylvie, is also enthusiastic. She admits she could barely take her eyes off majors when he started. She felt that something magical was about to happen.
Everyone on the set is said to have shared this feeling of excitement. Showrunner Michael Waldron now hopes that this feeling will spread to the audience.
Tom Hiddleston returns in “Loki” Season 2 back as the mischievous god of practical jokes and deception. If you are not sure which means the end of “Loki”, then we will be happy to explain it to you! If you’re in the mood for even more Marvel adventures, then dare to “Black Widow” to the movies!
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