Loki writers planning to include bisexual and alien sex scenes in coming sequels

Although the God of Mischief is bisexual and gender fluid, Loki’s sexuality appears to be limited in the Disney+ series. A new behind-the-scenes special, “Assembled: The Making of Loki,” provides some insight into the authors’ approach, including a steamy scenario that didn’t make it into the completed series.

A big whiteboard covered with notes and diagrams used by the authors to create “Loki” anchors one scene in the special, which gives viewers a look into the writer’s room. An eight-point sketch of a montage that didn’t make it into the final performance is included on the board, as transcribed below by the keen eyes at /Film:

Loki writers planning to include bisexual and alien sex scenes in coming sequels
Loki writers planning to include bisexual and alien sex scenes in coming sequels

Loki has been known to travel through time.
• Getting up to naughty antics, a.k.a. sex
• Pivots in the direction of assuming power
• Infinity Stones are a type of infinity stone that may be collected.
• Has the Gauntlet, is powerful, and is more sex, bi, extraterrestrial, and so on.
• In the toilet room by myself. He has power, but he is plagued by the belief that it isn’t “genuine” because of TVA’s control over free will.
• When he returns to the TVA, the gauntlet’s power has been turned off, and Mobius is waiting for him.
• Mobius gets straight answers from Loki. TVA’s tremendous might is demonstrated through Mobius.

Loki’s homosexuality was poetically acknowledged in the series’ third episode when Loki states he enjoys “a little bit of both” princes and princesses. That’s a long cry from the type of “crazy mischief” and alien sex the authors had imagined.

In a recent interview with IndieWire, lead writer Michael Waldron stated he was striving for a “Mad Men” meets “Blade Runner” style. The last episode of the first season of the show aired last week. It stars Tom Hiddleston as Loki, an ally/enemy of the Avengers who was slain by Thanos in “Infinity War.”

The Disney+ series follows an older version of the figure who manages to flee the Battle of New York, leaving a time gap in history. Due to his escape, he is enlisted by the Time Version Authority to assist in the capture of a female “variant” Loki who has been breaking the laws of other times.

More behind-the-scenes footage is now available on Disney+’s “Assembled: The Making of Loki.”
Written By: Adersh Unni Krishnan 


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