Loki: Wednesdays Are The New Fridays! Release Date Updated!

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Loki will arrive on June 9 at Disney + and every Wednesday there will be a new chapter

The new Marvel series, based on the God of Deception, will arrive on the platform in a new series that will be developed after the ‘Avengers: Endgame’

The appointment with Loki , the God of Deception, will be every Wednesday from June 9 exclusively on Disney +. This has been confirmed by the protagonist Tom Hiddleston himself in a message announcing the new date initially it was scheduled for June 11 – and the day on which Marvel Studios’ Loki will be released weekly.

The new Marvel series, after Scarlet Witch and Vision and Falcon and the Winter Soldier, follows in the footsteps of the villain Loki (Tom Hiddleston) in a new fiction that takes place after what happened in Avengers: Endgame. Kate Herron is directing it and Michael Waldron is the main screenwriter.

The series picks up the story of this peculiar character after what happened and n the last film in Phase 3 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. When Loki activates the Tesseract he modifies the time. Now the villain is captured by the Time Variation Authority, a bureaucratic organization that exists outside of time and space, and must answer for his crimes against the timeline. But now Loki has a chance to avoid being eliminated: to catch an even bigger threat.

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You may wonder how it is possible that Loki is fighting again if he died at the hands of Thanos in the first minutes of Infinity War… Well, in Endgame, when part of the superheroes travel to the battle of New York against the Chitauri, a Bad maneuver makes Lokilogre place his hands on top of the Space Gem and disappear. And that’s where this series begins: Loki.

I think he’s struggling with his identity, who he is and who he wants to be. I am drawn to characters who fight for control. We see that, during the first ten years of movies, Loki has no control over fundamental parts of his life. He was adopted and all of this manifests itself through anger and resentment towards his family.
In addition, Kevin Feige has warned that it will be something very different from what they have done so far.

One of the theories that fans handle is that Loki changes in each episode. Since he is the God of Deception and can take whatever form he wants at any time, why not exploit this unique side of one of the best characters in The answer on June 9 on Disney + exclusively.

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