2 Insider Secrets from the Set of Tom Hiddleston's Loki Season 2

It is possible that the conclusion of the second season of "Loki" changed everything for Marvel's multiverse and the problem it has with Jonathan Majors.

Since 2021, the multiverse has been the MCU's next big thing. Majors was supposed to play Kang the Conqueror, a bad guy who can move through time, and be the franchise's new big bad.

It was hard to carry out that plan in March because Majors was arrested for a domestic argument. After that, the actor's management, PR companies, and a number of projects dropped him.

Marvel Studios hasn't said for sure what will happen with Majors in the MCU yet, but the actor was in the most recent season of "Loki," which was filmed before he was arrested.

If Marvel wants to avoid having Majors play the next big bad guy in the MCU, Thursday's season two end of "Loki" could be the way to do it.

After a season of trying to keep the multiverse running without disrupting timelines, Loki (Tom Hiddleston) takes matters into his own hands in the episode.

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