The second official trailer for the upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe television series Loki on Disney+ has been released. The series was created by Michael Waldron and stars Tom Hiddleston as the title character. The show focuses on a version of Loki from Avengers: Endgame who escaped with the Tesseract after his original defeat in The Avengers. However, unlike the version of Loki who appeared as an anti-hero in Thor: The Dark World and Thor: Ragnarok and was eventually killed by Thanos (Josh Brolin) in Avengers: Infinity War, this version has not yet been redeemed due to not experiencing the events of those films yet.

The trailer opens with Loki in the custody of the Time Variance Authority. Loki states that he recognizes the organization, and refers to them as clowns in a circus. An unimpressed Mobius M. Mobius (Owen Wilson) jokingly states that he should make sure that he sounds smart, to which Loki replies that he is smart. Mobius then sends Loki to another room where a TVA agent tells him to sign a paper that verifies everything he says. Loki states that this is absurd which causes the machine to print out a paper with his statement which the agent tells him to sign as well. The music starts to pick up where Mobius explains that the TVA protects the proper flow of time and reveals that Loki’s actions of using the Tesseract has broken reality and they now need Loki to fix his mistake. A confused Loki asks why he is being chosen to correct the mistake. Mobius replies that he needs his “unique Loki perspective.”

Loki asks if he can get a weapon for the mission, but Mobius refuses. Several action scenes are shown with Loki fighting several unknown antagonistic characters. An agent ask Mobius if he really believes in Loki, to which Mobius quips that he believes in himself enough for the both of them. Loki mocks Mobius for thinking that he could manipulate him as he is ten steps ahead of him. The TVA agent notices that Loki is definitely not big on trust. Loki states that Mobius can trust him, but the agent refuses to believe him as he is infamous for betraying people. This briefly gets Loki quiet before he blatantly lies that he will never do it again. The trailer ends with several more action scenes before cutting to the title card.

Loki will premiere on June 11 and will be the third MCU television series to debut on Disney+ after WandaVision and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.

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