Tom Hiddleston has confirmed that the Disney+ Loki spin-off series will start filming at the beginning of next year.
The Marvel star will be returning to his green suit for a new show that will focus solely on the God Of Mischief himself.
It was announced as part of a seriously impressive line-up for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which was showcased at San Diego Comic Con in July.
Tom was there to help them make the announcement of the series.
Speaking about his new show to Entertainment Weekly, he said: ‘Loki will start at the top of next year.
‘He’s such a classical character. [Thor and Loki], they’re from Norse myths – they have a kind of gravitas to them.’
Tom was at San Diego Comic Con to announce the news (Picture: Rex)
While the team behind the show are keeping everything very much under wraps, it appears that Loki will be travelling through time and wreaking havoc on key moments in history.
Deliberately influencing things to occur or changing their outcomes, it seems that the troublesome brother of Thor (Chris Hemsworth) will be up to his old tricks in no time.
In the meantime, Thor will also be returning for a fourth film, with Natalie Portman returning to the franchise as Jane Foster, the God of Thunder’s ex-girlfriend.
What will the God of Mischief get up to now? (Picture: Rex)
Tag-named Love And Thunder, it seems that old feelings might be resurfacing, but we know for sure it will end with Jane assuming the role of the female Thor.
It’ll also feature the first confirmed LGBT character in the MCU, Valkyrie.
Loki the series is one of five series being created from the MCU for the new Disney+ streaming service.
Among other titles is Wandavision, which will focus on Scarlett Witch (Elizabeth Olsen), and Bucky Barnes and Sam Wilson (Sebastian Stan and Anthony Mackie) joining forces for The Falcon And The Winter Soldier.
Hawkeye is also getting his own series by the end of 2021, with animated series What If…? Exploring twisted alternate timelines that sees our heroes heading down different paths.
Loki launches on Disney+ in Spring 2021.