Disney + is preparing to debut this year its shows based on the Marvel Cinematic Universe and although tentatively we are already months away from knowing what the future holds for Falcon and the Winter Soldier, there is one project in particular that is highly anticipated by fans: Loki. Now the creator of the series has said that the show will take place within the science fiction genre.
According to the CBR site, Michael Waldron, in charge of developing the project, mentioned:
“We have a microsite at Disney +! And an old advance. But I like the green nebula [que se ve en la imagen]. It indicates that it is a science fiction series, you know what they say: expect the unexpected from sci-fi ”.
As far as is known, in his solo series, the god of mischief will embark on an adventure that will take him through space And it will have moments of astonishment, but these will not be so focused on the mythological and magical aspect that has been handled in previous installments of the franchise.
In fact, in the first Thor movie, there is a sequence in which the protagonist tells Jane Foster that what we humans see as Norse mythology is actually the product of a highly advanced and otherwise ancient science, and that the inhabitants of Asgard, whom we refer to here on earth as gods, they are not a fairly civilized race of aliens from a world far who has interacted with humans on numerous occasions.
Taking this into account, we can expect many intergalactic hoaxes when evil is back on screen.
According to the official synopsis, the series ranges from the following: « In Marvel Studios ‘Loki, the skilled villain Loki (Tom Hiddleston) reprises his role as the god of mischief in a new series that will take place after the events of’ Avengers: Endgame ‘. Kate Herron directs and Michael Waldron will be the lead writer. Debuts at Disney + next year – 2021. «
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