We know that The Falcon and The Winter Soldier begins filming this October in Atlanta, Georgia while some others like Loki had been a little bit of a mystery, until now.
While promoting his Broadway debut in Beytral, Tom Hiddleston revealed to EntertainmentWeekly that his Marvel Studios series Loki will begin filming in early 2020.
HIDDLESTON: “Loki will start at the top of next year. He’s such a classical character. [Thor and Loki], they’re from Norse myths — they have a kind of gravitas to them. Robert in Betrayal is much more earthbound. They’re both very complex, but Robert is a publisher and a husband and a father. Loki is the god of mischief. [Laughs] Two quite different figures.”
Marvel Studios confirmed at San Diego Comic-Con that Loki will be released sometime in Spring 2021.
The only person we currently know working the show is creator/writer/producer Michael Waldon, who wrote on Rick and Morty.
A teaser image from the Disney investors presentation revealed Loki in New York City during 1975, confirming that the movie will see the god of mischief time jumping in the series.
SOURCE: ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY