Tom Hiddleston’s Loki is every Marvel fan’s favorite god of mischief, and the character has finally returned thanks to the premiere of his new Disney+ series, Loki. The show sees Thor’s brother leaping through time to stop “nexus events” and alternate realities, making it feel like anything is possible. But as Marvel Cinematic Universe boss Kevin Feige revealed during a recent press conference, Loki’s future was once even more uncertain than it is now.
When the majority of big screen MCU superheroes died at the conclusion of Avengers: Infinity War, it was generally assumed that most of them would return–with the exceptions of Vision and Loki, whose deaths were separate from the calamitous “snap.” The MCU shows on Disney+ have proved otherwise, but according to Feige, bringing Loki back for his own show wasn’t always the plan.
“I think we did not know [how Loki would return] when we shot Infinity War,” Feige said. “But I think we did know it when we shot Endgame, is my recollection of it.”
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