Marvel Studios is still closing the plot for Loki’s second season . After Gugu Mbatha-Raw leaked that Ravonna Renslayer’s character will return to Loki 2, now it’s Owen Wilson’s turn to be excited.
Owen Wilson plays the character Mobius in Loki. He is a TVA employee who later forms a friendship with Loki. Mobius was also close to Ravonna Renslayer before the events of the first season changed their relationship.
In an interview with Wired, Owen Wilson confirmed his involvement in Loki season 2. He also admitted that he had a lot of fun working on the first season of the Disney+ series.
“Emmmm … yes, Owen Wilson is going back to Loki,” Owen Wilson said.
“Looks like we’ll be starting shooting in the near future. It was fun with Tom Hiddleston and everyone there,” he continued.
Until now, Marvel Studios is still very closed to this project, like their other projects. However, as previously stated, theories regarding the continuation of Loki’s story, the variants, and also TVA have emerged.
With the emergence of various variants of Loki in season 1, we can hope that there will be many surprises in season 2 as well.
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Previously, Gugu Mbatha-Raw reported that he would return to Loki season 2. Like Owen, Gugu can’t wait to show another side of Renslayer.
“I knew there would be a season 2, I knew I would also appear in season 2, but that’s all I can say!” said Gugu Mbatha-Raw in a recent interview with Good Morning America.
“I really like Renslayer’s character. I’m really excited to explore him further. I’m also happy because people are really looking forward to the next season,” he continued.