The new trailer for “Loki” has arrived as the God of Mischief runs afoul of the Time Variance Authority after creating an alternate timeline during “Avengers: Endgame”…
Where Loki goes trouble always seems to follow — and that’s especially true after he stole the Tesseract and splintered the timeline during “Avengers: Endgame.”
That’s the premise at the core of the upcoming “Loki” limited series coming to Disney+ on June 11 as the God of Mischief is forced to deal with the Time Variance Authority after he splintered the timeline when the Avengers were forced to steal the Infinity Stones in order to stop Thanos from wiping out half of life in the universe.
When Iron Man, Captain America and Ant-Man traveled to the time when the Avengers had just defeated Loki and saved New York, they failed in retrieving the Tesseract and ultimately it was Loki who stole the Infinity Stone and ducked out through a portal to escape. In the main timeline, Thanos killed Loki at the start of “Avengers: Infinity War” but now there’s an alternate version of Loki skipping around the multiverse and the Time Variance Authority is not happy about it.
Here’s the synopsis for the series from Marvel:
“Loki—the imperious God of Mischief—who, after absconding with the Tesseract, is a fish-out-of-water when he lands in a world of trouble with the bureaucratic TVA (Time Variance Authority). Loki diminishes the existence of the TVA stating “The Time Keepers have built quite the circus, and I see the clowns playing their parts to perfection.” In his exchange with the TVA’s Mobius M. Mobius, he reminds them he not only sounds smart, he is smart.
Mobius tells Loki that when he picked up the Tesseract, he broke reality and now the TVA needs his assistance in fixing it. Why him? They “need his unique Loki perspective.” Despite him stabbing people in the back over 50 times, he assures Mobius he can be trusted.”
“Loki” stars Tom Hiddleston in the lead role he’s played through several films with Owen Wilson, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Sophia Di Martino, Wunmi Mosaku and Richard E. Grant joining him in the cast.
Take a look at the new trailer and get ready for “Loki” on June 11 on Disney+.