Loki Star promoted to series regular for season 2

Eugene Cordero, who played TVA agent Casey in Season 1 of the Disney+ series, is moving to series regular in the second season of Loki.

Loki Star Eugene Cordero has become a series regular for the second season of Marvel Studios’ Disney+ show.

As reported by Deadline, Cordero is set to step into the spotlight in Loki Season 2n. The actor plays Time Variance Authority employee Casey, whose first season appearance included using the Infinity Stones as a paperweight. Besides its appearance in LokiCordero also recently starred in the comedy film Easter Sunday and appeared as a series regular on the TruTV series of Broken Lizard Tacoma DF. Loki marks the second project Cordero has worked on with series star Tom Hiddleston, as the two actors appeared together in the 2017 Legendary Pictures film, Kong: Skull Island.

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Cordero isn’t the only actor ready to resume his Loki role in season 2 of the series. Sophia Di Martino is set to reprise her role as Sylvie, a variant of the God of Mischief. Recent behind-the-scenes photos from the set of Season 2 showed Di Martino dressed as a 1970s McDonald’s employee, indicating more of the time-traveling adventures that began in Season 1. Additionally, Owen Wilson is also about to reprise his role as Mobius. Mr. Mobius, with recent set photos hinting that the character could finally fulfill his dream of owning a jet ski.

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As several cast members return, it was revealed at the recent D23 Expo that Everything everywhere all at once Star Ke Huy Quan will join the Season 2 cast in a currently unknown role. Although not much is known about the plot of the second season, it was recently revealed that the new episode of the series has obtained a TV-14 rating, the same rating given to season 1 in 2021 .

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moon knight directors Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead will helm the majority of episodes for Loki Season 2, with Eric Martin writing the six-episode season. While the show was originally envisioned as a limited series, producer Nate Moore said in 2021 that there was plenty of room for the concepts and themes of Loki go beyond a single season. “I think there’s a lot of storytelling in Loki it’s really irreverent and smart and cool, but also lends itself to multiple seasons in a way that’s not unique,” he said.

Loki Season 2 is slated for release in mid-2023 as part of Phase 5 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The six episodes of LokiThe first season of is available to stream on Disney+.

Source: Deadline