Owen Wilson will be reprising his role as Mobius in the second season.
Since Loki's time-travelling adventure in Loki Season 1 of 2021, where Kang presided over the TVA, fans have been trying to predict where our God of Mischief would wind up in the vast Marvel multiverse. The new Disney+ teaser promoting the streamer's many options for the year 2023, which provides us with a fleeting glimpse at our favourite character, finally puts an end to our desire to learn more about Season 2.
Loki, who is played by Tom Hiddleston, is shown in the trailer as a handsome man who seems to be being questioned in a different TVA. The next frame shows Mobius, played by Owen Wilson, telling Loki that's a touch over the top. It's interesting to see a picture of Hiddleston with two more identical Lokis, who may be different versions of the character or projections. We got to meet a number of Loki incarnations in the first season, including President Loki, Alligator Loki, Old Loki, and Young Loki. When the trickster tries to stop Kang, it will be interesting to see how many additional variations he encounters. At the very end of the trailer, Loki may be seen free-falling while dressed as a TVA prisoner in a blink-and-you-miss-it shot. Early in the teaser, we have another blink-and-miss glimpse of Sophia Di Martino's Sylvie looking upset or perhaps just plain bored.
In a trailer that Marvel Studios showed at the D23 Expo, Loki was shown going back in time, and it was said that he had seen terrible things. The video also showed that in the new universe, no one seemed to remember Loki, yet it didn't take long for him and Mobius (Wilson) to work together once more. This time, they are up against Kang, the Conqueror, a more powerful multiversal adversary. In the footage, Ke Huy Quan can be seen acting as a TVA staffer, and Di Martino's Sylvie and Gugu Mbatha-Ravonna Raw's Renslayer are also returning in new guises.
The second season will undoubtedly continue where the first left off. None of the characters will be the same as we last saw them because of the time-travelling, multiverse-spanning plot that the series follows. In Loki Season 1, we also got our first glance at Kang the Conqueror, or more precisely, at his version known as "He Who Remains," who will be the main antagonist. In Spider-Man: No Way Home and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, the multiverse has been further destabilised following the events of the first season. Since Kang is the main bad guy in the movie, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania will take us deeper into the fight in the Multiverse Saga.
Loki Season 2 is set to premiere in 2023.