Chris Hemsworth discusses why he was not able to complete Loki Season 1. After appearing as a supporting character in the Infinity Saga, Tom Hiddleston’s Loki finally got his own Disney+ series. The show follows the 2012 variant of the character, who managed to escape from the Battle of New York due to the time heist in Avengers: Endgame and was arrested by the TVA. Finally, the God of Mischief discovered the existence of the multiverse, met He Who Remains, and witnessed the consequences of an unleashed Kang the Conqueror.
Loki has been a fan favorite as one of the most unique projects in Marvel cinematic universe Phase 4. Despite this, Hemsworth has yet to complete Season 1. In a new episode of the Happy Sad Confused podcast, the Thor star explains why he has only seen one episode of Loki, despite the fact that he found it interesting based on what he saw. Read the full quote from Hemsworth below:
“I think I saw an episode of Loki and I thought, ‘Oh, that’s cool…’ I’ve got three kids, mate. I’ve got three kids and… I’m off gallivanting around the place… No, I haven’t watched anything. It’s not because I don’t want to. I just haven’t had time.”
Will Thor And Loki Ever Reunite In The Marvel Cinematic Universe?
Sacred Timeline provides context. Loki is still missing. So, as far as Thor is concerned, Thanos ruthlessly killed his brother at the start of Avengers: Infinity War. Despite the fact that the multiverse has gone haywire, only a few MCU characters, including Loki, are aware of the phenomenon. In fact, with multiple branches of reality colliding, he may be the only one who truly understands what is going on. This phenomenon may also explain why Loki’s version of the God of Mischief can eventually reunite with Hemsworth’s Thor in the Sacred Timeline.
Although it is unknown what the future holds for the Asgardian brothers at this time, their paths will inevitably cross again. There are a few upcoming projects wherein Loki and Thor could reunite. To begin with, Loki season 2 can transport the God of Mischief to the Sacred Timeline, where he may seek out his brother. There’s also Avengers: The Kang Dynasty and Avengers: Secret Wars, which will be the conclusion of the Multiverse Saga, implying that the MCU will reassemble to fight a common foe.
However, at this point, Thor and Loki’s arcs are separate, and this could continue for some time. The God of Mischief will continue his adventures in Loki season 2, while his brother will play Love’s foster father following Thor: Love and Thunder. This appears to be a good way to shake things up for the Asgardian Princes, especially since their fates have been intricately intertwined for the majority of the Infinity Saga. In any case, their continued separation could only pave the way for a much better reunion in the future.
Source: Happy Sad Confused Podcast