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Tom Hiddleston Confirms The Whole Loki Cast Will Return For Season 2

Tom Hiddleston Confirms The Whole Loki Cast Will Return For Season 2

Everyone who lived to the end of season one will be back - and maybe even those who didn't. Multiverses are funny like that.

The God of Mischief is back... and in all forms.

Loki lead actor Tom Hiddleston has confirmed that the whole cast will return for season two.

"It's great having everybody back," Hiddleston said on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

While Thor’s cheeky younger brother remained tight-lipped about the plot (as all those involved with Marvel projects are made to do) he did confirm production had been moved to London this season.

Loki had previously been filmed in Atlanta, Georgia.

When asked by Kimmel if the relocation was done to accommodate Hiddleston, who lives in London, he replied: "I think it was just an accident of scheduling, but I'm thrilled about it."

So good news for Hiddleston and good news for us. Because this latest update tells us that all of the characters who lived to the end of Loki season one will return to the small screen.

And who knows, maybe some of the ones that didn't make it, too. Marvel's funny like that.

When you have multiple universes to play around with, the possibilities truly are endless.

Either way, we're getting a second season of Loki, his friends, and the other Lokis as they take on the bureaucratic Time Variance Authority after OG Loki nicked off with the Tesseract.

Sophia Di Martino will reprise her role as Sylvie and Owen Wilson will return as the iconic Mobius. Let's just hope the writers make him say 'wow' this time around.

It also means we will see Tara Strong as the evil little clock Miss Minutes.

The other Loki variants.

We should also see the return of Richard E. Grant as Classic Loki, DeObia Oparei as the variant Boastful Loki, Jack Veal as Kid Loki, and talking crocodile Loki. And we can't wait.

Aaron Moorhead will direct Loki season two with Moon Knight co-director Justin Benson.

Moorhead recently sat down with ComicBook to discuss the upcoming season.

"I think the biggest thing about Loki is just that it's actually a lot like Moon Knight, where there's just no reason to do it if it's not going to be something new and fresh," he said.

"Our gloves are off and we get to kind of do whatever we want. And everybody at Marvel, and ourselves, gets really excited when we are presented with the unexpected."

He added: "We also, of course, hope that people watching feel the same way and we're gonna bring all that to Loki."

The six-episode season two of Loki will begin filming in the United Kingdom in June.

Featured Image Credit: Marvel.

Topics: Marvel, TV and Film