WARNING: This article contains spoilers about the post-credits scenes of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. Read at your own risk.
Jonathan Majors made his MCU debut in the first season finale of Loki as He Who Remains, a variant of Kang the Conqueror. The actor's appearance was a precursor to his eventual official appearance as Kang in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania and is now set to play variants of the character for the next few years in the Multiverse Saga.
The second post-credits scene of the recent film revealed that Majors is officially set to return in the second season of Loki as he showed up as the Kang variant Victor Timely while Loki and Mobius are watching in the crowd teasing what's about to come in the MCU series' next installment.
As we're now getting some clues about what we're going to witness in the second season of the series, a report has emerged from The Cosmic Circus which details some alleged information about the extent of Majors' involvement in the upcoming installment.
Compared to his one-episode appearance in the first season, the report revealed that Majors will have a bigger role in the second season as he is set to appear in at least three episodes playing different variants of Kang including the aforementioned Victor Timely.
They also claimed that the season will revolve around Loki and Mobius "traveling across different timestreams in search of these Kang variants to map out and see the extent of their control across time." However, the main three Kang variants in the Council of Kangs that we saw in Quantumania will not appear but they will be mentioned and referenced.
With all the raves that Majors is getting for his performance in the first season of Loki and recently in Quantumania, it is exciting to see that we will be seeing more of him in the show's upcoming season and it is a big clue on what's about to come in the God of Mischief's next adventure.
We should be hearing more details about the season in the coming months as we're leading up to its release. If any, this is an indication that the MCU is indeed going to explore the multiverse even further in its upcoming projects.
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The second season of Loki is slated for release on Disney+ later this year. You can check more details about it here.