Big news for MCU fans- Loki “The God of Mischief” sexuality revealed in the latest episode of the series “Loki.”
In a recent episode of the Disney+ series “Loki,” the sexuality of the main character Loki- the God of Mischief was officially revealed to be bisexual.
When the God of Mischief and Lady Loki discussed their dating histories and desires over drinks in the middle of the third episode, it was that Loki was discovered to be bisexual.
Loki, played by Tom Hiddleston, is one of the most popular characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Loki essentially plays as a Trickster who can manipulate his surroundings to get out of any situation. His struggle is one for redemption in both Asgard and humanity on Earth.
He is an antihero who makes the story more interesting. Loki’s own nobility and desire to be good actually created conflict with his intentions because he has his own agenda.
He has appeared in every Thor film released to date and three of the four Avengers films- Thor, The Avengers, Thor: The Dark World, Thor: Ragnarok, Avengers: Infinity War, and Avengers: Endgame.
After “Avengers: Endgame.” The mercurial villain Loki takes on the role of the God of Mischief in a new series, “Loki.”
However, the third episode of the Disney+ series shocked the fans when they revealed about Loki being bisexual.
Sylvie asked Loki in one of the scenes if he’s ever been fond of “would-be princesses, or perhaps another prince?”
Upon which he replied, “A bit of both. I suspect the same as you.”
Following the release of the third episode of Loki on Disney+, the director Kate Herron took to Twitter to talk about the importance of the character’s exchange.
Kate tweeted, “From the moment I joined Loki, it was very important to me, and my goal, to acknowledge Loki was bisexual.”
She continued, “It is a part of who he is and who I am too.” Additionally, she wrote, “I know this is a small step but I’m happy, and heart is so full, to say that this is now canon in MCU.”
In a recent announcement, Marvel Studios producer Victoria Alonso stated that Phase 4 would take a “diversity-driven” turn and introduce Loki, the first major LGBTQ2+ character to appear in the MCU.
In an interview, Tom Hiddlestone said, “I’ve always felt an affection for Loki and for his vulnerability.”
He added, “But I’ve been aware through the course of my experience in the Marvel Studios’ movies in the first ten years that Loki has a role to play and that as Loki, I had to play the villain.”
The 40-year-old actor continued, “Then I had to play the antihero. And this time around is the first chance, perhaps for a while, that I have had to see if we can really break the mold and change him and retain all the best aspects of him.”