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Published December 10, 2020

‘Loki’ Reveals Glorious First Look at New Disney+ Series

Tom Hiddleston returns to the Marvel Studios series as the God of Mischief.

The God of Mischief is back — and now Loki is stepping out of his big brother’s shadow. Marvel Studios’ Loki takes place after the events of Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Endgame with Tom Hiddleston returning as the titular character.

Revealed during The Walt Disney Company’s 2020 Investor Day presentation by Kevin Feige, president, Marvel Studios, and chief creative officer, Marvel, watch an exclusive clip from the new Disney+ series below!

Joining Hiddleston in the series are Owen Wilson, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Sophia Di Martino, Wunmi Mosaku and Richard E. Grant. Loki is directed by Kate Herron with Michael Waldron serving as head writer.

Want more exciting information about Phase 4? Find the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe news out of Disney’s 2020 Investor Day right here — and stay tuned for more!

This is just the beginning of the Phase 4 news. Stay tuned to Marvel.com for more details! And be sure to follow Marvel on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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