Loki Season 2 Will Likely Explore Mobius Backstory

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Wilson seemed to have a lot of fun playing the diligent Time Variance Authority analyst who became affected by Loki and Sylvie’s plight in Marvel’s critically acclaimed series, and that Season 2 cliffhanger certainly suggested that the actor would return to reprise the character alongside Tom Hiddleston’s titular God of Mischief, so talk of a deliberately unexplored Mobius backstory should leave fans optimistic.

“I think that the main thing we felt was that I think it was just that kind of in terms of amping up the tension, it was more effective, I think B-15, for example, her seeing her memories and seeing the impact that had upon her life,” she explained.

“And then I think that kind of echoes then across everyone in the TVA, because, you see how much it moves her and what she does because of what she sees. So I think for us, it felt like at least in this part of the show that we didn’t want to necessarily do flashbacks. But yeah, I think the writers and I definitely had spoken about it and explored it with the studio. But I think we all decided to, just in terms of when everything started to line up, oh, it’s actually better to play out this way and then it can be left open for future exploration basically.”

Disney+ has not yet set a release date for Loki Season 2.

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