Loki Camera Expert Hints at Season 2's Last Scene: 'The Most Special Moment of the Whole Filming'

This sequence is really important for Loki's story.

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Loki Season 1 had a really big twist at the end. In the final episode, we saw Tom Hiddleston's Loki and Sophia Di Martino's variant character facing off against Jonathan Majors, who played He Who Remains. He Who Remains gave them a choice: let the Sacred Timeline go on as it is, or kill him and mess everything up. Sylvie chose the second option, and it led to Loki returning to the Time Variance Authority, which is now run by He Who Remains's evil version, Kang the Conqueror. Loki warned Owen Wilson's Mobius that this scary guy is on his way, but Mobius has no memory of Loki at all.

Since Season 1 ended on such a big cliffhanger and Kang's story is going to continue, fans are expecting that Loki Season 2 will once again leave us with more questions than answers.

Loki Camera Expert Hints at the Last Scene in Season 2

In an interview, Isaac Bauman, the cinematographer for Loki Season 2, shared his thoughts on shooting the final scene of the season without giving away any spoilers.

"We shot the climactic sequence of the season, at least a major piece of it, the significant piece, on a single day, on a sound stage very near the end of our shoot," Bauman reflected. "I think it was probably the most meaningful day of the whole production because you could feel just the weight of this story, Loki's story, which has gone on for so long, closing this chapter at least."

Loki has been a big part of the Marvel movies since he first appeared in Thor back in 2011. He's had some really memorable moments, like when he tried to rule Asgard or when he faced off against Thanos. According to Bauman, the last scene in Season 2 is just as good as those other great moments.

"It felt like once we're finished shooting this sequence, we as a crew, as creatives, we have now contributed a very significant chapter in the story of one of the greatest characters of our generation," Bauman continued. "It actually felt that way on set, which is incredible."

Bauman agrees completely with Kevin Wright, the executive producer of Loki Season 2, who says that the last two episodes are the season's finest. The next episode of Loki Season 2 will be on Disney+ this Wednesday, November 1st, at 9 PM ET.

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