How “Loki” Season 2 Prepares “Deadpool 3,” Explained

Every new MCU project is always about paving the way for what comes next, but it’s especially expected when it comes to this Loki Season 2. The first season of Tom Hiddleston’s TV show had a major impact on the ongoing multiverse saga by introducing Jonathan Majors into our midst as (a variant of) Kang, so all eyes are on the second season, which sets various other things in turmoil. Majors is initially back as a new Kang variant, Victor Timely.

But beyond that Loki has noted that it is closely linked to an upcoming MCU film that, at first glance, it doesn’t seem to have much in common with. Namely, Deadpool 3. Unusually for the extremely secretive studio, Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman were allowed to speak fairly openly about the Fox-tinged threequel, meaning we can already expect some connections Loki. But how exactly will they connect?

Marvel Studios details how Loki will feed in Deadpool 3

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First, let’s start with what the studio itself has to say on the subject. When it comes to Marvel’s reactions to the latest MCU rumors, what isn’t said is almost more telling than what is said, and that’s definitely the case here. In advance Loki Executive producer Kevin Wright was asked about the second season premiere to address how the show is structured DP3. Wright gave a classic politician’s answer, mostly dodging the question, but his comments were nonetheless insightful:

“I think everything we do here certainly lays the foundation for fruitful storytelling elsewhere,” Wright said. “I can say from everyone on the Loki team, we are hopeful and excited about the possibility of TVA continuing to tell stories at TVA. I always think of them as our time-based multiverse version of SHIELD, where we can put them in so many places and tell so many cool stories.”

Wright’s description of the TVA as a “multiverse version of SHIELD” might just spoil how the organization can jump around in the future (or past and present) of the MCU, popping up wherever something has gone wrong with time , similar to how SHIELD assisted the Avengers in phases one and two. In other words, this way we can expect the TVA to factor into history Deadpool 3. Which exactly matches the film’s leaked plot details.

Deadpool 3 Plot details indicate original size Loki Crossovers

Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds) and Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) in full costume for “Deadpool 3”
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Thanks to Deadpool 3 Much of the production was filmed outdoors before the strikes forced Marvel to take a break, so to speak, over the summer Loki Crossover is 100% confirmed thanks to set images showing vehicles with the TVA logo chasing Wade Wilson. So it’s clear that the plot, in some ways, revolves around the former citizen of the Fox universe getting into trouble with the organization for causing multiversal chaos.

The oft-shared first look at Reynolds and Jackman in their snazzy new superhero suits may also tell us more than it seems. It is believed that DP will travel to the Void, the realm at the end of time, where the various TVA-trimmed variants end up, as revealed in Loki Season 1. The desolate landscape in which the couple is photographed is certainly similar to The Void. This would also perfectly explain how Jackman’s Logan returns – he’s a cut version of Wolverine who didn’t die Logan.

Not to mention, Owen Wilson is rumored to have a cameo as Mobius, with Tom Hiddleston similarly linked, although there’s even less evidence for this. Some connectivity between Loki And Deadpool 3 So is confirmed as some big crossovers may be on the way. With any luck, the X-Men Easter egg will be there Loki Season 2, Episode 1 is just a brief taste of something much more appetizing to come.

Lindsay Lowe

Lindsay Lowe is a Worldtimetodays U.S. News Reporter based in Canada. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Lindsay Lowe joined Worldtimetodays in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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