I’m not one to get worked up by rumors…unless those rumors are really substantial. Apparently, before Loki had even ended, there were rumors going around that Loki was going to appear in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Those rumors seemed even more validated after the Loki finale.
The finale’s only post-credits scene featured a simple but very exciting reveal; Loki Will Return in Season 2. Immediately I began to assume that this would be Loki’s next rodeo instead of an appearance in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness but then something occurred to me.
Neither Kevin Feige, Victoria Alonso, or Tom Hiddleston have disputed these rumors that he would appear in the Doctor Strange sequel and considering how good Marvel Studios has been at keeping secrets lately it’s very plausible that he could play a sizable role in the film.
And here’s another clue that yes, he could actually be in the film.
When Loki was coming out Tom Hiddleston did several promotional videos, one being a 30-second history lesson about Loki’s story in the MCU. And in this video he still has his black dyed hair!
They had been finished filming Loki so why would he have his hair still dyed? Meanwhile, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness had just concluded filming in mid-April. Loki would premiere on Disney+ a little over a month later, meaning he could’ve done this promotional video shortly after potentially filming for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness which was in production in London where he lives!
And is it just a coincidence that Michael Waldron, the head writer for Loki, is also writing Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness? 👀
Oh, the dots are connecting and if Loki is in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness I’m going to lose my mind!
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I love watching movie classics! There’s something so joyous about sitting down and turning on a really good black-and-white film. Maybe it’s because these classics felt so much more creative in their storytelling than the generic hodgepodge of movies these days but yeah, I love watching classic cinema. This past week I decided to watch two films that caught my eye; High Noon and It’s a Wonderful Life.
I decided to watch High Noon because I love a good Western and this Western earned the film’s star, Gary Cooper, an Oscar for Best Actor. That’s like an actor getting an Oscar for playing a superhero these days.
So I turned on the film and at first I was kind of bored with the story but after a while my anxiety built and built until by the end I could barely contain my muffled screams of anguish.
High Noon tells the story of a newly-retired sheriff who has a date with four revenge-stricken gunslingers who are out to kill him. But here’s the catch, the gunslingers’ leader is coming on the noon train, meaning the sheriff has to try and recruit deputies and wait for the noon train to come before the showdown.
What transpires is a brilliantly written, highly suspenseful conclusion that left me beaming when it finished. I’ve seen plenty of great Westerns in my time but High Noon is totally up there with the greats like The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly,Unforgiven, and 3:10 to Yuma.