Tom Hiddleston 'falls through time' in 'Loki' season 2 trailer

The series will also appear accused of domestic violence Jonathan Majors.



Loki season 2 trailer released, starring Tom Hiddleston and recently arrested Jonathan Majors

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Marvel Studios has unveiled the first full trailer for the second season of the sci-fi series Loki about the adventures of the eponymous hero Tom Hiddleston .

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The video, which is two and a half minutes long, features key characters: the female version of Loki (Sophia Di Martino), Agent Mobius ( Owen Wilson ). And also Ke Huy Kuan - the winner of the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in the film "Everything and Everywhere at Once" joined the cast of the series .

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Marvel Entertainment/YouTube

The first episode of the second season is scheduled to premiere on October 6 on Disney+.

The first season of Loki talked about what happened to the escaped alternate version of Loki in Avengers: Endgame. One of the most charming and popular antagonists of Marvel films - Thor's brother and the god of cunning and deceit (Tom Hiddleston) - with the help of the Tesseract (stone of space) gets into the Office of temporary changes. A daring violation of the "correct" chronology threatens the entire universe: Loki is forced to fight for his existence.

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Marvel Entertainment/YouTube

The second season will be a direct continuation of the story: Loki "falls" in time against his will and he will also have to confront Kang the Conqueror (Jonathan Majors). By the way, the actor recently lost all roles due to suspicions of domestic violence. In mid-April, Majors was accused of assaulting an unnamed woman. It is known that she was taken to the hospital with head and neck injuries. On March 25, the police, who came to the call, detained the actor. His lawyer maintained his innocence. She stated that the victim had an "emotional crisis." According to the lawyer, there is some evidence that proves Majors' innocence.

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Marvel Entertainment/YouTube

A preliminary hearing was scheduled for May 8, but did not take place until June 20. It also became known that Majors was suspected of abusing at least two ex-girlfriends. Representatives of the actor deny all accusations against their client. The hearing in the case will take place on August 3. If found guilty, the actor faces up to one year in prison.


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