Did You Know About Female Loki? Well, She Could Be Coming to the MCU Very Soon

Loki is one of the Disney+ original series that is exciting fans and that is for one very obvious reason; Loki’s return of course. Loki has become a fan favorite after his compelling story touched our hearts of the course of the MCU, concluding in a heartbreaking way when Loki ended up perishing at the hands of Thanos in Infinity War.

Of course, with certain events playing out differently in Avengers: Endgame, Loki’s return has come about, and now bits of news are starting to seep through the grapevine.

Apparently, an actress, known for her roles in critically-acclaimed films and television shows like this year’s romantic musical comedy, Yesterday and Into the Badlands has been cast in the upcoming Loki series and a rumor is milling that she is going to play the female version of Loki.

While this, of course, hasn’t been confirmed yet, it’s definitely an intriguing thought that we could see such a character in the MCU.

This next phase in the MCU is set to introduce new characters and new iterations of previous characters such as Falcon as the new Captain America, She-Hulk, Kate Bishop as the new version of Hawkeye, the Black Widow movie could introduce a new Black Widow, and who knows what else Marvel Studios has up its sleeve.

With the Loki series confirmed to play a part in the mysterious Doctor Strange sequel, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, a female Loki could play a very interesting role in the whole scheme of things.

I thank you for reading and I hope you have a remarkable day.

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