The Marvel Cinematic Universe has no shortage of award-winning actors and in 2022, the billion-dollar franchise welcomed another actor who had a stellar year thanks to his involvement in the groundbreaking film Everything Everywhere All at Once. In case you didn't know, Ke Huy Quan, who won his first Golden Globe award for Best Supporting Actor has been cast in the second season of Loki in a yet-to-be-disclosed role.
Quan, who had a massive career resurgence last year revealed that Kevin Feige personally gave him a call to ask if he was down to become part of the MCU. Appearing on the Happy Sad Confused podcast, the Indiana Jones star shared new details about his Marvel casting and why he accepted the offer right away.
He said: "When our movie came out, the first phone call I got was from Kevin Feige, who graciously asked me if I wanted to join the MCU and I called Jonathan and the gang, and I said, you know what, nobody wants to hire me except Stephen Spielberg, George Lucas, The Daniels, and Kevin Feige. It's been incredible. 2022 is the year I will always remember because it's one of the happiest years of my life."
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As it stands, key details about Season 2 remain under wraps but it is said to pick up right where the first season left off. It's safe to safe though that the show will have major ramifications on the next two Avengers films, especially considering Season 1 officially set up the arrival of Kang the Conqueror to the franchise.
Loki Season 2 is expected to drop this Summer on Disney+.