Loki, the god of mischief, has always troubled Thor and Avengers, but eventually, Loki accepted his place among the Asgardians and sacrificed himself for the sake of humanity. Yes, Loki is dead, but another cunning version of egoistic Loki is still out there heading into Disney Plus original miniseries, Loki. So, the question is—will Loki return in the upcoming Phase 4 movie, Marvel Studios’ Thor 4: Love and Thunder?
San Diego Comic-Con 2019 announced various phase four projects and upcoming Disney + series. Chris Hemsworth will again appear as the mighty Thor in marvel Studios’ fourth standalone Thor movie, Thor 4: Love and Thunder.
Comic-Con confirmed the return of Natalie Portman as Jane Foster or Goddess of Thunder along with Tessa Thompson’s Valkyrie. Apart from them, the Marvel fans were wondering if the notorious and mischievous half-brother, Loki will return or not for the fourth installment.
Loki is dead as Thanos choked every breath out of him, but the death was taken as a sacrifice because he chose humankind instead of his selfishness. Marvel doesn’t need to resurrect Loki because if he really died at the beginning of Infinity War then, he might have earned his spot in Valhalla. The afterlife is just another stage in their life, and if he traveled Valhalla, then it would create a chance for mighty Thor to resurrect his people.
While the Loki from the main timeline of Marvel Cinematic Universe had is dead, the alternate version of mischievous and villainous Loki—who orchestrated the 2012 New York attack—is still alive and is on a journey to alter human history. The alternate Loki could eventually arrive in the main MCU timeline and then take revenge against his half-brother, Thor in Thor 4 Love and Thunder.
The Disney + miniseries, Loki is set to debut on the streaming platform in early 2021, but the premiere could be delayed as the filming has been suspended due to a coronavirus pandemic. Marvel Studios’ Thor 4: Love and Thunder received a new release date (Feb 11, 2022) after Marvel Studios shifted all the release dates of upcoming Phase Four films due to a coronavirus pandemic.
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