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Loki: Production on the 2nd season of the series is finished; know more!

According to rumors and photos found on social media, there are indications that the recordings and production of the 2nd season of Loki have already been finalized. The recordings took place in the United Kingdom and, in the photos, members of the production appear with closing gifts, including a cap from Mistress Minutes – animation from the 1st season.

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Still, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is known for doing a second round of filming close to the release of any production. Therefore, it is possible that there are still steps in the Disney+ series calendar.

News should be released soon. For now, check out the photos and everything we already know about the upcoming episodes below:

Learn more about Loki

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Produced by Marvel for Disney+, the series follows the God of Mischief after he managed to steal the Tesseract from the Avengers. Although his goal was to escape to Midgard, he ends up in an association whose responsibility it is to take care of the timelines.

In Season 1, Tom Hiddleston’s character meets Sylvie and several other Loki variants – yes, himself! The two play an important role in opening up the multiverse and therefore the next season should also address this concept in the MCU.

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Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead will direct several episodes of the second season, while Michael Waldron, writer of the first season, will only executive produce this new phase. Finally, the six episodes will be written by Eric Martin.

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The cast includes Tom Hiddleston as Loki, Sophia Di Martino as Sylvie, Owen Wilson as Agent Mobius, and Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Ravonna. Keep an eye out for news from the next season!

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