While WandaVision and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier seem to be one-off TV events, acting as preludes to upcoming movies, Loki appears on track to stretch for multiple seasons. And it’s feasible that the next run could start work before the show even airs its first episode.
A new rumor is pointing to Tom Hiddleston returning as the God of Mischief for more filming in “the near future,” as The Ronin claims that the British actor will be working on his native soil this time as Loki is due to shoot in the United Kingdom soon. The outlet is unable to ascertain the exact nature of the filming, so it’s possible that it could consist of reshoots for season 1 or an additional pick-up like a post-credits scene, but there’s a good chance that it’s for a second run. And if so, that must mean that production is moving from Atlanta, Georgia – where the first outing was shot – to be based across the pond.
This would add up with a growing trend in Marvel’s output. Both Moon Knight and Secret Invasion are using the UK as their base of operations, as are movies like Captain Marvel 2 and Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. So, it makes sense that Loki would move over there, too. Especially as it would benefit the show’s leading man, as Hiddleston is currently living in London.
Loki producer Nate Moore has recently all but confirmed that there will be multiple seasons of the time-traveling series, promising that “there’s a lot of storytelling” for the show to get through that leaves the door open for more. But how much more? Well, we’ve heard that Marvel is planning at least three seasons, but that remains to be confirmed. As for the here and now, Loki begins its six-part first run on Friday, June 11th on Disney Plus.