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The trailer for Loki (2021-) stars Tom Hiddleston as the beloved anti-hero in the custody of the Time Variance Authority (TVA) asked to help correct reality.

What the Trailer Here:

What We Know So Far

Loki is the brother of Thor (Chris Hemsworth), God of Thunder, and has lived in his shadow since birth. Just when you think he has overcome his internal demons to help the betterment of mankind, Loki tricks you with his power of deception. Literally. He can shape shift to any person at any time.

The last time we've seen the Asgardian was in Avengers: Endgame (2019) when he stole the Tesseract to escape confinement. Now, we see him back in confinement, but in the hand of the Time Variance Authority (TVA).

The Time-Keepers and their leader Mobius (Owen Wilson) are now working alongside Loki to ensure he fixes all of the timelines he has broken after stealing the Tesseract. However, can he be trusted with such a mission? Or is it all a grand plot for him to escape once again?

Starring Tom Hiddleston

Aside from the MCU, Hiddleston has starred in Kong: Skull Island (2017), The Night Manager (2016), along with the Broadway show Betrayal (2019).

Starring alongside Hiddleston are Owen Wilson and Erika Coleman. Wilson is known for his starring roles in Wedding Crashers (2005), Meet the Parents (2000), Zoolander (2001), and so much more. Coleman is getting her big break on the Marvel series having acted smaller parts on Stranger Things (2016-) and Amazing Stories (2020-).

Loki begins streaming June 11, exclusively on Disney+.

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