Loki: the director tries to explain the multiverse (and it’s not easy)

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“Imagine the branch, it’s like another reality …”

Waiting to see how it all comes together Spider-Man: No Way Home then Doctor Strange 2, the multiverse is now open at Marvel! The final of Loki turned the MCU upside down on a molecular level, not easy to explain, even for director Kate Herron. Attention spoilers!

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In a recent interview with Murphy’s Multiverse, she tried to decipher what happened in the last moments of the last episode, when Sylvie killed “The One Who Remains”, breaking the Sacred Timeline, which then split into an infinite number of branches and therefore of parallel worlds:

“So there are the branches, we agree, which form like alternate realities. But then something is created as well … It’s very subtle but in the very last plane where you see the multiverse, it There are basically other larger branches of the physical timeline forming. So we have like different separate trees connecting now. “

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Kate Herron, who won’t be returning for season 2 of Loki, goes on to describe the branches “like bridges“. She details: “Imagine the branch, it’s like another reality. But if the branch extends beyond a certain point, then it will connect to other physical timelines… In this last shot that we did, it there are others [branches] thicker which are meant to be like our timeline. And there are other timelines like that and the branches are basically the connectors. “

Not sure we understood everything. But the MCU will certainly seek to simplify, or at least to clarify all that for his next films.

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