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Sophia Di Martino Isn't Sure She's Ready For What's Next. That's a Good Thing.

In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Loki, the trickster god so charismatically embodied by Tom Hiddleston, had somehow eluded the clutches of a canonical love interest until Sophia Di Martino came along. It was as if the Marvel overlords ascribed to the age-old romantic advice: Before you love another, you must first love yourself. Conveniently, then, the scrappy Di Martino would play Sylvie, a variant of Loki himself. When the duo would encounter some inconvenient sexual tension between them over the course of the Disney+ series Loki, it’d mingle with the baffling reality that they were two sides of the same coin. In essence, they'd learn the frustrating art of self-love.
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Loki Stars Tom Hiddleston, Sophia Di Martino, and Jonathan Majors Reunite at MCM London Comic Con

Disney+'s third Marvel Studios series, Loki, came to an end back in July, but it was the first of the bunch to get greenlit for a second season. The series stars Tom Hiddleston in the titular role as well as Owen Wilson as Mobius M. Mobius and Sophia Di Martino as the Loki Variant, Sylvie. The season finale also featured the Marvel Cinematic Universe debut of Jonathan Majors as "He Who Remains," a Variant of Kang the Conqueror. Last year, it was announced that Majors had been cast as Kang in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, so Marvel fans were especially excited to see him pop up much sooner than expected. This weekend, MCM Comic-Con is taking place in London, and some of the Loki stars reunited.
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Tom Hiddleston, Owen Wilson, Sophia Di Martino Appear in ‘Doctor Strange 2,’ Says IMDb

According to IMDb, Loki stars Tom Hiddleston, Owen Wilson, and Sophia Di Martino are reprising their respective roles in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022). The Marvel Cinematic Universe is expanding this year with The Eternals (2021) and Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021). Serving as a culmination of events from No Way Home, Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022) is Marvel’s next Avengers: Endgame (2022).

Loki Star Sophia Di Martino Wants Sylvie and Scarlet Witch to Team Up

There's a lot of questions regarding the future of Sylvie after the first season finale of the MCU series Loki. There are rumors that she might show up in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, but besides the assumption that she will be in the second season, there are no confirmed details yet about the character's next appearance in the MCU. However, its actress has an interesting suggestion.

Loki star Sophia Di Martino announces pregnancy with second child

Loki star Sophia Di Martino has seemingly announced she's expecting her second child. The Sylvie actor, who stars opposite Tom Hiddleston in the Marvel spin-off show, confirmed the happy news on social media this morning (September 14), having sported a noticeable baby bump at the premiere of her upcoming film Sweetheart last night.

Loki Star Sophia Di Martino Says She was Prepared for Loki and Sylvie Romance Backlash

Socially awkward straightedge fraud. To a lot of Marvel Cinematic Universe fans, the dynamic between Loki and Sylvie is one of the best bits about the standalone Loki series but their odd pairing which ultimately led to an unusual "romance" caused quite a stir within the fandom. While some fans aren't bothered by the thought of the God of Mischief variants falling in love with each other, there are people who feel that the romantic connection between the two is unnecessary and not to mention unsettling.

Sophia Di Martino Comments on Loki and Sylvie’s Relationship

Sophia Di Martino Comments on Loki and Sylvie’s Relationship. All eyes are on the multiverse following the events of Loki’s season finale earlier this month. However, some Marvel fans are dwelling on another one of the episode’s highlights. Namely, the kiss between Tom Hiddleston’s Loki and his gender-swapped variant, Sylvie, played by Sophia Di Martino. Although it seemed like many viewers were shipping their characters from the get-go, others were put off by the fact that the God of Mischief was basically kissing himself. And it turns out that Di Martino wasn’t surprised by this reaction at all.

Loki Star Sophia Di Martino Praises Stuntwomen in New Post

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is an action-packed franchise that would be nothing without the hard work of its stunt performers. Many MCU stars have made it clear over the years that they are extremely grateful for the stunt people who help make them look badass onscreen. We've seen a lot of posts recently in honor of the stuntwomen who worked on Black Widow and now the women of Loki are getting their own shout-out. Sophia Di Martino, who plays Sylvie on Loki, took to Instagram today to share some love for her stunt double, Sarah Irwin, as well as Gugu Mbatha-Raw's (Ravonna Renslayer) stunt double, Nadia Lorencz.

Loki Star Sophia Di Martino Had No Idea About Season 2 Plans

By now, everyone knows all too well Marvel Studios likes everything to be kept locked down. Online industries have been built as a direct result of Kevin Feige and his crew's desire to not let a single spoiler seep out from the Marvel compound. Because of that, it's entirely believable that Sophia Di Martino hadn't the slightest idea Loki was going to get a second season.

Loki Star Sophia Di Martino Explains Why Sylvie Will Regret Killing He Who Remains

The Season 1 finale of Loki didn't end quite the way that a lot of fans expected. Loki and Sylvie ran into He Who Remains, the eccentric being hanging out at the end of time, trying to keep the timeline separate from the rest of the multiverse. Perhaps the bigger surprise for fans, though, was Sylvie choosing to go her own way at the end, opting to kill He Who Remains (as had been her mission the entire time) instead of siding with Loki. As we know, Sylvie's choice is going to have a monumental effect on the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe, and it's one she may come to regret in time.

‘Loki’ Breakout Sophia Di Martino Can Finally Talk About the Hit Show

“I’ve been keeping so much under my hat for so long,” says Sophia Di Martino, two days after the finale of “Loki” finally aired on Disney+. It’s been a “huge week” for the actress, the Marvel show’s breakout star, and she’s clearly still in processing mode — both unpacking all the attention coming her way and the fact she’s finally able to talk about what she’s been up to for so long.

‘Loki’s Sophia Di Martino on Sylvie’s Multiversal Consequences & Season 2 Hopes

[Warning: The below contains MAJOR spoilers for Loki Season 1, Episode 6, “For All Time. Always.”]. Are you still recovering from the Loki Season 1 finale? The episode “For All Time. Always,” definitely left its titular God of Mischief (Tom Hiddleston) an emotional mess over his rollercoaster journey with the TVA and fellow variant, Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino).

'Loki' Star Sophia Di Martino on the Season 1 Finale, Working With Jonathan Majors and What She Knows About Season 2

[Editor's note: The following contains spoilers through the Season 1 finale of Loki, "For All Time. Always."]. Since her introduction at the end of Episode 2, Sophia Di Martino's depiction of Sylvie, the female variant of Loki introduced midway through her campaign of vengeance against the TVA, has been a defining aspect of Disney+'s Loki. And, as we learned in the season finale, the story of Loki isn't over yet — though what's in store is pretty nebulous, following Sylvie's betrayal of Loki (Tom Hiddleston) after what was their first and what might be their last kiss.