Entertainment: Loki: For the series start Marvel finally officially makes what many fans already knew

'Loki' Creators on Exploring Time Travel and What Makes a Villain a Villain (Exclusive)

  'Loki' Creators on Exploring Time Travel and What Makes a Villain a Villain (Exclusive) Writer Michael Waldron and director Kate Herron talk about the God of Mischief's Disney+ series."The key thing for me and the writing team and Marvel was just, there has to be a good reason to go back in with this character," Herron explained to ET's Ash Crossan. "And definitely take him to new places but paying respect to the character that's come before, because he is so beloved.

"Loki": series start at Disney +

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Marvel published on June 6, 2021 in the social networks A teaser for the new TV series "Loki" with Tom Hiddleston in the lead role. In it, in a scene, the Group confirmed what many is not a big surprise for many: the Nordic God of the Fire and the List is quite officially gender fluid. (Read: "Loki" - all about the new Marvel series with Tom Hiddleston )

Loki is Gender Fluid: Chef author explains motivation

This confirmation is available at the end of the short teaser: at Lokis file is at Gender "Fluid" to read. The boss author of the series, Michael Waldron, explained in an interview with the magazine "Inverse": "I know how many people identify themselves with Loki and want this presentation, especially in this character."

'Loki' director Kate Herron says it was 'important' to include a reference to Loki's gender fluidity on the show

  'Loki' director Kate Herron says it was 'important' to include a reference to Loki's gender fluidity on the show A recent teaser for the first season of the Disney Plus series, starring Tom Hiddleston, confirmed that the shape-shifting character is fluid."I would say that details are marked in but it is something acknowledged," Herron told Insider in an interview on Tuesday. "He's gender fluid in the Norse mythology and the comics and it felt like an important thing to, as you say, make sure it's canon.

Marvel: Tom Hiddleston speaks of logical decision

also main actor Tom Hiddleston sees the decision as logical. But it does not handle any attempt from Disney to meet the political zeitensist, rather, it is a direct reference to both the comic series and the mythology. "It was always there in the comics and in the history of the character for hundreds, if not thousands of years," said the actor "inverse".

"The bandwidth of the identity contained in the figure has been highlighted, and that's something I was aware of since I was closest for the first time 10 years ago," Hiddleston said. "I know that Kate Mistress and Michael Waldron and the whole team was important. We were very aware that this is something we feel responsible for." (Also interesting: "Loki" with Tom Hiddleston - So hard was his training for the Disney + series )

Hiddleston since 2011 in the role of Loki

Hiddleston has been in the role since Comicverfilmung "Thor" in 2011 to see the Loki - among other things in the "Avengers" film series. The series "Loki" celebrates on 9 June 2021 on the streaming service Disney + its premiere. (Read here: "Loki": New trailer of the continuation of "Avengers: Endgame" at Disney + )

Tom Hiddleston's Loki Makes Marvel Cinematic Universe History as First Openly Bisexual Character .
Following the release of Loki's third episode Wednesday, series director Kate Herron confirmed on Twitter that Loki's sexuality is now MCU canonIn episode three of Disney+'s Loki, Tom Hiddleston's titular character reveals his sexuality during a conversation with a female timeline-hopping variant named Sylvie. While discussing romantic partners, Sylvie asks Loki: "How about you? You're a prince. Must've been would-be princesses. Or perhaps another prince.

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