The Avengers made a terrible mistake in “Avengers: Endgame”: dropping the Tesseract into Loki’s hands during one of the time travel missions. This is where the new Disney Plus series “Loki” starts.
This production will premiere on June 9, two days before those initially announced. Through social networks, the advertising campaign for the production has already begun. The first advances are shared on YouTube.
On the other hand, the Entertainment Weekly medium has had access to new visual content. In the shared photograph, Loki is seen imprisoned by TVA, the authority that protects the different timelines in the UCM.
Apparently, this character will now be in charge of going on different missions in order to make amends for his mistakes. Does this plot sound familiar to you? Well, a lot has been said about how it looks a lot like The Umbrella Academy ”.
“Thor’s brother will be forced to work with the Temporal Variation Authority to repair the damage done to the timeline. While the trailer shows several of the scenes previously revealed by Marvel, there is a lot of new information that is worth evaluating, ”explains the synopsis.
“Loki” and “Ant-Man” would connect by this curious detail of the official trailer
The Marvel Cinematic Universe becomes increasingly complex. In Avengers: Endgame we saw that Loki escaped with the Tesseract and now he will have a solo series that has already released its first official trailer. Everything seems to indicate that the adventures of the God of Mischief will offer some explanation to the Quantum Realm of Ant-Man.
The most recent trailer for Loki briefly shows the premises of the Temporal Variation Authority, a huge city with various architectural styles. Following the line of the Marvel comics, it is possible that this organization is in Chronopolis, a place out of time in a kingdom called Limbo.
The detail is that each Chronopolis block is dedicated to a different time period and unless the hidden portals connecting the different blocks are found, it is possible to get lost in forever. The earliest time periods are on the outskirts of Chronopolis and the most advanced are towards the center, where there is a huge citadel.
What catches the attention of Marvel fans is that the description of Chronopolis matches what is observed in the background in Ant-Man and the Wasp. Marvel may have substituted Limbo for the Quantum Realm for plot purposes.
If this is Chronopolis in the Quantum Realm, then it is reasonable to assume that the Time Keepers will play an important role in Ant-Man & the Wasp: Quantumania, given that Chronopolis is ultimately captured by Kang the Conqueror, the confirmed villain for the sequel to the Ant Man.