We’re already anxiously awaiting the next episode of Loki, which will continue to unravel the Marvel Cinematic Universe in new and interesting ways. It looks like production on Loki has still continued up until recently, as director Kate Herron took to Twitter to announce that she dropped off the final episode with Disney+. While filming has finished some time ago, it seems they spent a lot of time putting the finishing touches on the series in post-production. Of course, she doesn’t give away any details about the finale but shares her enthusiasm about finally finishing work on the film she pitched two years ago.
And that’s a wrap on #loki with our finale now gone to @disneyplus!!! I can’t believe I finished this show sat at my parents kitchen table, the same table where I put my pitch together nearly two years ago. Thank you @MarvelStudios for changing my life and to our wonderful team pic.twitter.com/XElnKMjQS1
— Kate “I am the Lizard Queen” Herron (@iamkateherron) June 20, 2021
It’s interesting that she finished the cut around four to three weeks ahead of its release, as Matt Shakman, the writer behind WandaVision, revealed that they had to work through a lot of crunch time to get it out around two weeks ahead of its premiere. They seemed to be the most affected by the pandemic, but it’s uncertain if Loki also had to work under some restrictions. Whatever is the case, it’s great to know that everything is set to release on time.
Loki introduced the world to the Time Variance Authority and the Sacred Timeline. We still know very little about how the show will continue to explore Tom Hiddleston‘s character, who faced a harsh reality after Avengers: Endgame. The world also got introduced to Sophia Di Martino‘s Variant Sylvie that will most likely be the focus of the third episode after our favorite Variant chased after her through a Time Door.