‘Loki’: ‘the Adventures of Paddington’ composer to be responsible for series soundtrack

According to the Film Music Reporter, well-known songwriter Natalie Holt, known for her work in works such as “ Paddington’s Adventures, ” “ Fever Dream, ” and “ Knightfall, ” will be responsible for the soundtrack of the Disney + ‘s next “ Loki’ ‘series.

Holt also confirmed the good news via his official Twitter:

Yep! 2021 is Loki’s time. https://t.co/XWgympuD7W

– Natalie Holt (@filmmusicholt) January 5, 2021

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It should be remembered that the filming of the first season is not yet finished and the series should not be released until the fall of 2021.

In a recent interview with Forever Dogs Podcast, showrunner Michael Waldron made some revelations about what fans can expect from the main protagonist’s story arc in the new Disney + series.

“It will be your struggle with identity, with who you are, who you want to be. I am drawn to characters who fight for control. It is certainly possible to see that Loki, in the first ten years of the film, being out of control at pivotal moments in his life, has been adopted and manifested in anger and contempt towards his family ”.

Tom Hiddleston returns as the protagonist. The cast also includes names like Owen Wilson, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Sophia Di Martino, Wunmi Mosaku, and Richard E. Grant. Rumors indicate that Finn Wolfhard (“Stranger Things”) could live young Loki in production.

The plot directed by Kate Herron will accompany the adventures of Loki in 2012.

He will always seek revenge for his relationship with his father, who put Brother Thor first, and alter every event we’ve seen in the movies, causing serious damage to his journey and creating a dark and obscure timeline.

Hiddleston has revealed his enthusiasm for taking on new adventures as a beloved anti-hero and exploring his many faces on the series.

“It’s a constant source of surprise and pleasure that these films relate to people. I knew it [Loki] it was a complex figure. Smart and witty, but vulnerable, angry, lost and broken. I thought it was an amazing opportunity to mature over the movies.

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