Loki Episode 3 Debunks Major Rumor Connected to Avengers: Endgame

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By Bri Constantino | More Articles Socially awkward straightedge fraud.
June 23, 2021  11:41 AM

Warning: if you haven't seen the latest episode of Loki, this article contains spoilers so read at your own risk! 

Long before Marvel Studios' standalone Loki series made its debut on Disney+, several theories and rumors have circulated all across social media which all came from the show's teasers. One persistent rumor that has the entire MCU fandom intrigued is that Loki travels to Vormir to meet Natasha Romanoff either intentionally or by accident and judging by the initial trailers we've seen prior to Loki's release, it does look like the God of Mischief and Black Widow's paths will somehow cross.

Episode 1 even seemed to have supported the theory when Loki stumbled upon a massive collection of the Infinity Stones in the Time Variance Authority. Interestingly, the TVA only had one soul stone and it definitely led a lot of people to believe that the show is teasing a major Black Widow and Avengers: Endgame connection. It sounds absolutely good on paper but is there really a chance that Laufeyson and Romanoff could end up meeting in the series?

Apparently, that's not the case because, in Episode 3, the character originally thought to be Natasha was none other than Sylvie herself aka "Lady Loki" (or Enchantress if you've been keeping up with the latest Loki rumors). And no, they are not in Vormir (not yet, at least) but are instead stuck in Lamentis-1 during an apocalyptic event.

There's a good chance that Marvel Studios made Lamentis-1 resemble Vormir on purpose to keep those rumors and theories up and running. But just when you thought you have everything figured out, the studio pulls a surprise up its sleeve and admit it or not, they're definitely the masters when it comes to these things.


The latest episode of Loki is now streaming on Disney+.

Also Read: Loki Episode 2 Possibly Debunks Major WandaVision Theory Regarding [SPOILERS]

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