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D.B. Cooper, Josta Cola, a Skrull, a Peggy Carter cameo, and a Mephisto red-herring. There's a whole lot of easter eggs in "Loki."
"It's honestly just a super weird coincidence," the show's director says.
The nonchalant usage of the most dangerous force in the galaxy shows the power of the Time Variance Authority.
Mephisto was hinted at throughout "WandaVision," and fans thought a stained-glass window alluded to him in "Loki" - until Kate Herron ruled that out.
It could have huge implications for the MCU's timeline.
The director spoke to Insider about how Hiddleston's passion for the fan-favorite character translated to the production of the new Disney Plus show.
In episode 1, Loki is hit by Wunmi Mosaku, causing him to move "in 1/16th speed" while still feeling all of the pain of the hit in real-time.
Loki’s ability to shape-shift (sometimes transforming into the fan-favorite “Lady Loki”) has often been linked to fluidity.
The director told Insider that the detail was meant to show that the Time Variance Authority was arresting people guilty of crimes across the MCU.
The director spoke to Insider about how they found the "right person" to voice the Time Variance Authority's signature clock mascot.
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A recent teaser for the first season of the Disney Plus series, starring Tom Hiddleston, confirmed that the shape-shifting character is fluid.
The first episode of "Loki" references an unsolved American true crime story: the 1971 airplane hijacking attributed to a man called D.B. Cooper.
The TVA are the protectors of the Marvel Universe timeline, while Owen Wilson's character Agent Mobius once had a run-in with the Fantastic Four.
In an interview with Insider, the director broke down the opening scene of the Disney Plus show that stars Tom Hiddleston as the titular character.
"Loki" director Kate Herron told Insider that the Disney Plus show starring Tom Hiddleston features nods to the Marvel Cinematic Universe throughout.
Disney+'s new 'Loki' series is already offering answers to real unsolved mysteries.