LOKI 701: Unlock Assembled: The Making of Loki
Well Marvel Blog Untrue Believers, we know that everyone enrolled here at Loki Academy already knows that #LokiWednesdays aren’t over until they’re over, even with the first season of Marvel Studios’ Loki completed. Thanks to Marvel Studios Assembled’s third episode, Marvel Studios’ Assembled: The Making of Loki, we’re still getting our weekly allotment of Loki!
Marvel Studios’ Assembled
By now, devoted Marvel Blog Untrue Believers are already aware that the week following the season finale of a Marvel Cinematic Universe series on Disney+, we can expect an episode of Marvel Studios’ Assembled about the making of the show.
The tradition of an episode of the docu-special series being released began with a very special episode about Assembled: WandaVision, which revealed additional Easter eggs (like the fact that Sherwood Drive intersections with a street called Pleasant Hill).
Then, it continued with an episode about Assembled: The Making of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, which taught us about what went into building Madripoor and gave us a clothing outlet commercial starring Dancing Daddy Zemo (Daniel Brühl).
The Making of Loki
Now that the finale Loki episode has been released, Marvel and Disney+ have once again teamed up for Assembled: The Making of Loki! While we definitely think that you should just watch it yourself, here are three of the best things you’ll witness in this Marvel Studios Assembled entry:
- Alligator Loki’s movement and design was based on a real-life alligator named Wally!
- You will giggling a whole lot while watching Owen Wilson’s interviews about playing Mobius M. Mobius, and trust us, you will love the dynamic between him and Tom Hiddleston on set!
- Speaking of Hiddleston, he narrates this docu-special, so with the dulcet tones of Tom’s voice to entice you, there’s really no excuse for you not to be watching it right now!
More Assembly Required?
One big piece is missing from this episode of Marvel Studios’ Assembled: The Making of Loki, there’s no mention of Natalie Holt’s incredible score! Perhaps this is a hint that we have a special episode of Assembled centered on the music of the MCU to look forward to? Only time will tell, Marvel Blog Untrue Believers!