The cast of the Disney+ show of Marvel Loki continues to grow, with Cailey Fleming of The Walking Dead possibly joining the cast. Officially announced last year, Loki will see the return of Tom Hiddleston’s titular God of Mischief. Expected for Disney+ in spring 2021, the series will follow the version of Loki, which disappeared with the Tesseract in Avengers: Endgame. This seems to be confirmed by the glimpse of Loki in the Super Bowl TV spot of Marvel, who appeared to show that Loki is detained by the Time Variance Authority, a comic organization that regulates the multiverse.
Cast Of Loki
Including Hiddleston, Loki’s cast includes:
- Sophia Di Martino As Lady Loki
- Owen Wilson
- Gugu Mbatha-Raw
In addition to this possible tidbit and the time-travel element, the drawing and character specifics were held under wraps closely. A recent addition to the IMDb listing of the show may, however, shed further light on a possible story.
Cailey Fleming Joins Loki
Fleming has been added to the IMDbPro page of Loki. Fleming is currently performing on AMC’s The Walking Dead as Judith Grimes and starred in Star Wars: The Force Awakens as a young King. Also noteworthy about Fleming’s IMDb entry is that it is classified as Young Sylvie player. This is presumably a reference to Sylvie Rushton, an enchanting mortal child. Loki offers her strength in comics just because he wants to cause some malice.
Kang the conqueror and Sera, the first transgender of the MCU, is also rumored to appear in Loki. Of course, everything should be taken lightly at this point as the series is still in production early, and things are changing. Of the inevitable issues, Hiddleston had previously said that Loki would certainly answer questions of the fans concerning Loki’s purpose with the Tesseract and his possibly final death in Avengers: Infinity War.
Loki has the opportunity to bring much more mischief into the MCU, and Sylvie seems to have the potential to include the series. With a character as vibrant and beloved as Loki, the supporting characters around him must be able to stand alone. Loki is highly anticipated, and the teases that have appeared to date indicate that the series would stick to the landing.