Details for most of Marvel’s new projects on Disney+ have been incredibly limited thus far, with only the footage from the Super Bowl Ad and a few casting announcements officially released over the past few weeks. There is also a possibility that it could be a while before anything huge comes out, knowing that premieres of these shows won’t begin for at least 6 months with The Falcon and The Winter Soldier in August and WandaVision in December. Thankfully, a new report from the Illuminerdi has shed some light on one of the shows Marvel fans have been talking about non-stop since it’s announcement this summer, highlighting character descriptions on the supporting cast of Disney+’s Loki mini-series!
Male Lead – There is no age specified. Looking for name talent. Likely with sense of humor. This role will have options for the series and for film. The role needed for 5 or 6 episodes.
Female 2 – Looking for a female in the 30 to late 50’s age range. This role is open to all races. Needed for 6 episode run.
Casey – Open to any ethnicity or gender. Casey is a good natured, yet exhausted intern. Extremely likeable. Great comedy skills. Casey’s entire career has been spent indoors and always does things by the books even when things are out of their control. A supporting character needed for 4 episodes
John – John is male. Open to all ethnicities in the 27 to 36-year old range. Contentious and combative soldier with an axe to grind. Presumptuous and ominous. A supporting role. Needed for 4 episodes
No roles have been revealed yet for the rumored castings of Owen Wilson, Sophia Di Martino, or Gugu Mbatha Raw, although some of these descriptions align with the actors. The rumblings of Loki’s dealings with the Time Variance Authority have grown with each new report, especially with the theory that Own Wilson is playing the organization’s leader, Justice Peace so this male lead description makes sense in that regard since it is looking for name talent. There also seems to be signals to some kind of office setting in the show with the “Casey” description of an intern who does things by the books, so it will be very interesting to see how the TVA is portrayed tracking the God of Mischief.