If we don’t find a variant, Kate Herron is over with Loki. In a new interview, the director all six episodes of the showthe first season revealed it she will not return another season. “I always planned to be just for this and to be honest, the second season wasn’t underway – it’s something that just came out and I’m so excited,” Herron said in an interview with Rock. “I’m really happy to be watching him as a fan next season, but I just think I’m so proud of what we’ve been doing here and I’ve done my best.”
That’s what she did. Loki was one of the most popular Disney shows to date and this week the finale of the season got everyone excited, not just for more Loki, but for what comes as a whole Marvel Cinematic Universe.
In the same interview, Herron talked about implications of ending the episode, where Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino) kills the one who stays (Jonathan Majors) even though he warned her that it would unlock some very bad things. “My interpretation is that it’s a good and a bad thing,” Herron said of the incident. “I believe him when he says, ‘Wait till you get to know my variants,’ and you see the fear in his eyes. TVA did terrible things, but did it end well? Probably. Not a good thing Sylvie kills him too opens this multiverse, because we will get to know these other variants of it. “
The director also confirmed that although this version of the Major character is “The One Who Remains,” he is actually a variant of Immortus, which is a version of Kang the Conqueror, the Major character is expected to play in The Ant and the Wasp Man: Quantumania. “Kang is a variant, but it’s also technically not Immortus,” Herron said. “It’s a bit like Sylvia, isn’t it?” She is a unique character in relation to our story. The one that stays is in the comics, but the version of our show was very different. He is closer to Immortus, but he is the unique character of our story. But Kang is a variant of that character. “
When you read such answers and think of the show’s excellent performances and settings, it’s easy to be a bum that Herron won’t be back. However, although her next project will not be with Marvel, she would potentially return. “I love Marvel and would love to work with them again, but my trip Loki is what I did with them, ”she said.
All six episodes Loki the first season is now at Disney +.
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