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‘LOKI’ Season 2 To Shoot This Summer, Some Surprising Names Returning

Even though Marvel’s foray into the multiverse has been long and exhausting, it’s far from over. We know this because of how both the recently released Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and the first season of Loki ended.

While it’ll probably be another couple of years before we rediscover Doctor Strange’s whereabouts and learn what he’s been up to with his newly introduced companion, Loki’s return is imminent. We know this because just a couple of months ago, it was revealed that the series had acquired two brand new directors: Moon Knight‘s Justin Benson and Aaron Moorehead.

Since the announcement, it’s been suspected that production is slated to begin soon. Now, thanks to the site ProductionList.com, not only can we confirm that but we know exactly when it’s starting too.

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Surprisingly, the site says that the series will begin shooting next month. More specifically, production begins June 6th in London. That’s only a few weeks away. That’s actually 3 days before the first season premiered on Disney+ last year!

Interestingly enough, the site also lists season one director Kate Herron as a producer. If true, this is the first time Herron’s been “re-attached” to the series since her departure from it last Summer. For those who may not recall, after her departure, she made it seem that she would not be involved in any way, shape, or form, with the future of the franchise. Could she have changed her mind? On paper it does make sense for her to return in some capacity to continue to monitor the progress of the character she helped flush out.

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Cinematographer Autumn Durald, who worked on both the first season and the highly anticipated Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, is listed as returning as well. However, Moon Knight cinematographer and longtime Benson and Moorehead collaborator Andrew Droz Palermo also recently hinted that he was asked to return to the MCU, so there is a chance that he could wind up attached too.

Now, production schedules do change and a majority of this information hasn’t been confirmed by Marvel or any major trade, so we urge you take it with a grain of salt. Be sure to follow The DisInsider for continued coverage as more details emerge.

If the site is right though, we’re sure to hear more information in the coming weeks…or not. We all know how Marvel loves to be shrouded in secrecy.

SOURCE: ProductionList.com

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