Doctor Strange 2 writer regrets defining multiverse rules in Loki

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of MadnessThis week’s MCU Phase 4 project is opening in theaters. It’s also the first MCU movie to put the multiverse front and center rather than it being just a minor element of the plot. In this article, the multiverse was mentioned. Doctor Strange, Ant-Man, Infinity War, Endgame, WandaVision, Loki, What If…?And No Way Home.

Doctor Strange 2It will tell a multiverse story that builds on the events of those TV and film shows. EndgameAnd Loki were pivotal in establishing time travel rules, although time travel doesn’t entirely cover it. The Avengers traveled between universes and to certain points in time. Endgame. LokiThese rules were further explained, and the person responsible was revealed.

However, Doctor Strange 2Writer just stated that multiverse rules were laid out in LokiThis might make it too rigid. Be aware, Below are some spoilers.

Does it Loki cause Multiverse of Madness?

Just a few days back, I saw the large. LokiPrepare for a new perspective Multiverse of Madness. Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch), is the only one who saw the way to victory. Infinity War.  The Avengers won in just one of the over 14 million future variants Stephen examined.

Kang (Jonathan Majors), was the one who created reality this way. His TVA made sure that the MCU timeline was progressed in a certain way, including beating Thanos (Josh Branin).

Loki Finale: Kang (Jonathan Majors). Image source: Marvel Studios

LokiAlso, the Kang version of the first Kang we met lost control at some time while the Avengers were saving reality within the main MCU universe. The MCU timeline became more flexible and expanded from that point.

Strange’s attempt to manipulate the multiverse was one of the events that occurred in the aftermath. There is no way homeTo help Peter Parker (Tom Holland), it was possible because the TVA wasn’t policing the primary reality. Marvel confirmed this to be true.

That’s all to say that LokiThis is the MCU TV series that is most relevant. Disney PlusWhen it comes to the MCU’s impact.

The StrangeConnection to LokiSeason 2

These events took place in Doctor Strange 2Simply follow the steps in No Way Home. And they’re possible because the He Who Remains version of Kang got bored. Or crazy. Or a combination of both. But there’s something more. LokiMichael Waldron would love to have it back.

Waldron was the first to write it. LokiSeason before you move to Doctor Strange 2To continue telling multiverse stories. This made it possible to tackle this topic with high levels of coherence. Loki (Tom Hiddleston) is long rumored. Multiverse of Madness.

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Loki and Sylvie during the Season Finale of Loki. Image source: Marvel Studios

Talking to Digital SpyWaldron declined to confirm any links between the two projects. However, he suggested that there are connections between these projects. Multiverse of MadnessAnd LokiSeason 2.

“Well, I mean, look, everything leads into everything, right?”He stated. “We’ve hired a couple of great directors. [Justin] Benson and [Aaron] Moorhead [Loki season 2 directors] are brilliant. And Eric Martin has taken over as head writer for season 2.”

”So the creative team is fantastic. Tom [Hiddleston, who plays Loki] once said, there’s plenty more mischief to come.”

What’s the mysterious multiverse rule in Loki?

Waldron shared an interesting fact about Waldron. Loki. The multiverse rules might be too tight for the MCU’s own good.

“We worked pretty hard on Loki to make it as airtight as possible,”He stated. “But there were times when I was like, ‘Oh, shit, I wish I hadn’t have defined that so clearly. I don’t know why I had to be so specific in my time-travel television show about the rules of the multiverse.’”

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Multiverse of Madness trailer: Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen), and Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch). Image source: Marvel Studios

“But, I was glad that I came in with institutional knowledge of the multiverse and was able to get the creative team of Doctor Strange on the same page as me on everything. Because, like with Loki, that’s the most important thing when you’re dealing with this.”

“You have to all have a shared language of all this stuff, otherwise it can get pretty confusing,”He concluded.

Waldron did not explain the multiverse rule he described so clearly in LokiHow it may have affected Doctor Strange 2. Hopefully, we’ll learn that secret down the road.


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