Steve Rogers is on the moon. At least, that’s what the world thinks Falcon and winter soldier. But the second Disney + series has other ideas about what happened to Captain America after he left our heroes behind. Avengers: Endgame – and that’s such a crazy theory, that it could be true.
Theory – In the end Avengers: Endgame, Rogers volunteers to bring back the Infinity Stones in moments in time just before they were taken into the robbery. He then disappears forever, only to return as an old man, living a mysterious life about which we basically know nothing, except that he was happily and for a long time connected to Peggy Carter.
Will we ever find out what happened while Rogers stumbled through time? This Reddit theory from u / heatehn_yogi suggests that we will. According to the theory, we’ll see Steve again Loki, a Disney + series that debuted in June, all about God’s own escapades of mischief through time.
The theory is that Steve will not be able to fully fulfill his mission of restoring various Infinite Stones, such as Jane Foster’s injection of the Stone of Reality. If this happens, it could create a butterfly effect that requires a deft touch of Loki. If Loki and the Time Variations Administration knock on their door, maybe they’re the ones going to visit Steve, delivering Captain America’s Cameo to a place we’re not so likely to.
Cap gets Lokid – It sounds pretty funny on paper. Of all the places Cap will appear next, is Loki really a likely choice? Maybe not most likely, but there are reasons to think this could happen.
First of all, there is a connection here that is worth considering. Back to malignant Thor: The dark world, one of the best consensus parts of the film involves Loki at the minute switching forms to Captain America, as a way of getting under Thor’s skin. Captain America is very fresh in that version of Loki’s thoughts – and that version of Loki is quite similar to the “variant” of Loki starring in the upcoming series. Maybe Loki himself will change shape again and try to take on Cap’s role by replacing the stones.
More practically, Evans was obviously ready for a quick jump regarding Hiddleston, and that’s not the only time the two of them were joking.
Many years ago, Hiddleston starred in the MTV After Hours short comedy called “Loki’d: Tom Hiddleston Plays the Worst Prank.” The video inspired Hiddleston fans to stop at countless phrases, including that title phrase, “Loki’d.” The best part of the movie “Loki’d” takes place at the end when Hiddleston pretends to be a guy named “Steve”, even though it’s obviously just Hiddleston with a fake mustache. Playing Steve, Hiddleston leaves the impression of Chris Evans. The most “Lokived” thing from Disney + Loki what he could do for the Hiddleston fandom is to afford them a gathering of “Steve” on screen and tie some Endgame loose ends in the process.
The Inverse Analysis – We’ve been burned before, expecting too much star power as we move into the Disney + era of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Evans said he was done with Captain America, despite rumors of his impending return to the MCU. Full role in Loki sounds more than he is currently ready to download, even if he may be ready to go back a few years further.
But it is a fast cameo Loki No way? The story between Hiddleston and Evans is absolutely inviting, and what’s more Avengers: Endgame the story does the same. We don’t have to “see” what happened to Steve when he traveled through time. But do we “want” to see it? Yes. Desperate.
Marvel is coming What if? the series feels like a great place to show Steve’s journey through time, as it would be easy enough for Evans to adopt and provide some voice work. But if there’s any other place where it makes sense to see things like Steve and Red Skull, it would be Loki, while God the deceiver goes on his mission trying to “fix” the flow of time.
Don’t count on anything for now – but if Steve Rogers agrees Loki, don’t say you weren’t warned.
Loki airs June 11 on Disney +.