Loki Season 2 Might Not Start Filming Until 2023


If you were hoping for more Loki shenanigans, it looks like we could be waiting a while.

In a wide-ranging interview with Collider, Marvel President Kevin Feige spoke about a plethora of the studio’s upcoming projects.

Among the topics that were discussed were Shang-Chi, the fourth Captain America film, the fifth Avengers movie, and Loki season 2.

Planning for future MCU projects well underway, says Feige


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The Marvel head honcho revealed that if the demand from audiences is there, more Shang-Chi films could happen.

Feige also confirmed that the fourth Captain America film, starring Anthony Mackie, is in development.

Though, the fifth installment in the Avengers franchise is still some way off:

We want there to be a reasonable amount of time from the Endgame to start a new saga, which is already underway and already started. Then you need some time as we did in Phase One to build that saga before you start bringing everybody together.

Loki season 2 could begin filming in 2022 or 2023


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Read more: Marvel Wants To Make 3 Seasons Of Loki On Disney Plus

When it came to the second season featuring the God of Mischief, Feige revealed that plans for that are underway:

The hope is that much of the same team will return. Kate [Heron] is going on to bigger and better things, so the director search will begin shortly, and I’m not being evasive. We have a start date. I’m not sure exactly where it falls between next year or the year after.

The first season of Loki pretty much changed the MCU as we know it, as it has officially brought the Multiverse into play.

We know that the Multiverse being a massive part of the MCU going forward.

Therefore, we can’t wait to see what time-twisting, multiverse shenanigans a second season of Loki would bring.

What do you make of this news?

Who should direct the second season of Loki?

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