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Captain America’s time-travel adventures could lead to a Chris Evans appearance on Loki.
For the people who have started watching the Loki series on Disney Plus, we have been looking forward to seeing the god of mischief again.
After all, since Loki ventured through space and time using the Tesseract in Avengers: Endgame, the possibilities are endless.
When Marvel Studios announced their new shows on Disney Plus, Loki ignited fans’ imaginations.
Tom Hiddleston returned to the role that blasted him to stardom.
Now we’re learning what happened with him after the events of Endgame.
First of all, we were just happy that Loki is not totally dead.
It’s just a version of him from the original timeline that is.
He survived because he was able to get hold of the Tesseract and escaped during the events of the first Avengers movie.
It was interesting to see that when we saw the trailers.
He was captured by the TVA (Time Variance Authority) for messing with the timeline.
But a huge question hung in the air: what about Captain America when he stayed with Peggy Carter?
Will they try to capture Steve Rogers because he messed with the timeline by not returning to his own?
Fans buzzed with the same inquiry.
Loki showrunner Michael Waldron answered that in a recent interview.
Well, he tried.
“That’s a good question, man. I don’t think I can answer that. I think maybe.”
Waldron wrote Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
That is no coincidence.
Loki focuses on a multiverse angle that will be passed onto the Doctor Strange sequel.
Furthermore, it seems that Waldron knows about Rogers’ predicament.
He answered without saying anything, and he didn’t offer a denial, either.
He seems to be hiding details that may have more answers in the coming episodes.
A lot of us did try to think what Rogers did to make a split timeline because he stayed with Peggy.
Will Chris Evans Appear On Disney Plus’ Loki?
Endgame co-director Joe Russo discussed it in a Lights Camera Barstool podcast in February 2021.
One thing that’s clear that Anthony [Russo, his brother] and I have discussed, I don’t know that we’ve discussed this publicly at all, Cap would have had to have travelled back to the main timeline. That’s something that, yes, he would have been in a branch reality, but he would have to travel back to the main timeline to give that shield to Sam Wilson.
Does this mean we will see Chris Evans come back as Steve Rogers in the Loki series?
Will Loki help Steve Rogers go back to the main timeline.
And with that, will Loki return with the Tesseract back to the first Avengers movie to fix the branched timeline he made?
A number of fans were disappointed how WandaVision teased, perhaps unintentionally, certain large cameos.
The series didn’t fulfill them.
Whether Chris Evans breaks through the ice will be answered soon enough.