LOKI Head Writer Teases Richard E. Grant's Mystery Role And Whether Steve Rogers Is Wanted By The TVA

LOKI Head Writer Teases Richard E. Grant's Mystery Role And Whether Steve Rogers Is Wanted By The TVA

Loki Head Writer Michael Waldron has commented on Richard E. Grant's rumoured role in the Disney+ series, while sharing his thoughts on whether Steve Rogers should be made to face judgement by the TVA...

Loki has pulled back the curtain on the Marvel Cinematic Universe's version of the Multiverse in a big way, with the introduction of a "sacred timeline" really piquing fans' interest. 

While Judge Renslayer made it clear that The Avengers were always meant to travel back in time, that doesn't explain why the Time Variance Authority didn't have an issue with Steve Rogers making a home for himself in a branching timeline alongside Peggy Carter. 

Captain America returned to the present day as an old man and gave Sam Wilson his shield, but that left us with a lot of questions about his time away. During a recent interview with SUPES, Loki Head Writer Michael Waldron refused to address whether Steve might have been forced to face the TVA's judgement. "I don't think I can answer that," he teased. "I don't think I can answer that. I think maybe...I think maybe just keep watching."

Well, that's certainly an intriguing tease, as was the one Waldron shared in a separate chat with Total Film. There, he was asked about those rumors of an appearance from Richard E. Grant in Loki

"Nobody wants to hear me say who Richard E. Grant's playing. We're lucky to have him in the show – if he's in the show, I heard he might be," Waldron said, careful not to give too much away. "So I think everybody should just watch and find out. Like Loki himself, we really wanted the experience of watching the show to feel kind of unexpected and constantly shape-shifting."

What Waldron doesn't say here is in some ways more interesting than what he does share, and it's clear that there are plenty of surprises yet to come in the next five episodes of Loki...

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