Is Richard E. Grant Playing Another Incarnation of Loki In The Disney+ Series?

Take the following with a pinch of salt but there is seemingly some evidence on who British actor Richard E. Grant could be playing in the upcoming Loki series from Marvel Studios.

A stuntman working on Loki listed on IMDB (spotted by Murphy’s Multiverse) that he was doubling for “Richard E. Grant – Classic Loki“, however, it’s worth noting that “Classic Loki” could also be referring to Tom Hiddleston’s Loki as stunt people are known to double multiple people as Richard and Tom are sort of the same build. It’s also believable that Grant could be playing an older version of Loki as well given his track record at playing villains as most recently established in Logan and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.

The listing has since been removed from IMDB but it’s certainly interesting to consider.

We already know that the series will involve The Multiverse and The Time Variance Authority, but how many different Loki incarnations in the show will show up is extremely unclear and a number hasn’t been confirmed beyond that British actress Sophia Di Martino is playing Lady Loki revealed via set photos of her in the Loki costume.

The series takes place after the events of Avengers: Endgame where Loki escapes with the Tesseract and seemingly time travels getting the notice of TVA, as the first look footage from the series showed the God of Mischief in their custody but in set photos was working alongside Owen Wilson’s character.

Marvel Studios’ Victoria Alonso confirmed that Loki has another 4-5 weeks left of filming but we haven’t seen too many set pictures recently. All signs are pointing that it’s Disney+ debut in 2021 is still on track and I’m sure fans are excited to get some new footage.


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