With a total of six episodes, Loki has wrapped up his first season with the multiverse unleashed. Fans are waiting for its consequences in the second season of the show and the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
As we saw in the last episode, Sylvie murdered the One who belongs, despite her last warning: her death would open the doors to chaos and her much more dangerous variants. An example is Kang ‘the conqueror’, one of the most important villains in Marvel Comics.
During the documentary series Assembled: the making of Loki, Jonathan Majors, the actor who plays the antagonist, pointed out that his character is on the edge: “the archetype of the magician and what happens to him when he gets bored to the point of becoming a trickster”. “You don’t really know where it is and I think the ambiguity of that is one of the perverse things about it,” he said.
“I think that with the One Who Remains, the goal for me was to give myself the largest canvas possible. From there, when Kang starts to emerge and do his feats, in many ways, he has no choice but to oppose or be different. That was what got me and got me into the role. ‘The conqueror’ lives in many iterations, “he explained.
Loki: director explains the MCU’s multiverse and timelines
Director Kate Herron spoke with BuzzFeed to explain what the famous Time Branches mean: “They are like alternate realities, but there is also something else, you will see, it is very subtle, but in the last shot where you see the multiverse, there are other great timelines. It’s like these different trees are connecting now. “
“It is almost like a bridge. The branch is like another reality, but if it extends to a certain extent, it will connect with the other physical timelines. In the last shot we took, there are other thick branches that represent our line, but then there are more that serve as bridges between them ”, he concluded.
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