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Loki: Gugu Mbatha-Raw Confirms She's Returning for Season 2

A lot of MCU fans are currently looking forward to the second season of Loki especially after the first season finale's cliffhanger ending which paved the way for another bonkers adventure with the titular God of mischief. While the exact plot details for the next installment are still under wraps, we do know that they are going to start filming this year. Now, we know one supporting cast member who is confirmed to be returning in the next season.

In an interview recently with Good Morning America, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, who plays Ravonna Renslayer, confirmed that she will be returning in the second season of Loki. She said, "I know there is a season two. I know that I'm in it and that's about all I can say." While she played coy about what will happen to her character in the second season, she did share her excitement about reprising the role and "explore her further."

It is not surprising that Mbatha-Raw will be returning in the second season, especially with what happened to her character in the first season finale which paved way for a potential intriguing storyline for her in the next season. Even though we were expecting her return, at least we got the confirmation from the actress herself and hopefully, other cast members will also return in the next season.

The ending of the first season of Loki opened up the multiverse in the MCU which led to the events of What If...?, Spider-Man: No Way Home, and the upcoming Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. There are also rumors that the characters from the series will be appearing in the latter although it still remains to be seen if it is true. But either way, it is exciting to see what they'll do in the second season and see which other characters will be making their return.

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The first season of Loki is streaming on Disney+.

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