The latest MCU character to get a Disney+ spinoff, Loki is set to wreak havoc on the small screen after disappearing with the Tesseract in Avengers: Endgame and messing with the MCU’s timeline.
The God of Mischief is called upon by the Time Variance Authority to fix the mess of his own making, which opens up a whole new mind-bending side of the MCU.
In the new issue, Total Film speaks to Tom Hiddleston and his co-stars, plus Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige, head writer Michael Waldron and director Kate Herron. Plus, there’s loads more besides…
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Loki cover story
Marvel’s mercurial trickster is back and burdened with glorious new purpose – to fix the timeline he broke in Avengers: Endgame. Tom Hiddleston and the Loki team tell Total Film about time, crime and a fan favourite’s unexpected decade-long run in the MCU.
The making of Black Widow
After her noble death in Avengers: Endgame, Natasha Romanoff was left without the one thing fans wanted: a standalone solo movie. As that’s finally put to rights in Black Widow, Total Film joins Scarlett Johansson and the team for the MCU’s action-packed Phase 4 lift-off.
John Cena interview
As wrestling superstar John Cena follows fellow WWE graduate Dwayne Johnson into the Fast & Furious franchise, he tells Total Film that he’s a “storyteller at heart”. With two major blockbusters on the horizon, this promises to be the summer of Cena…
On set of In the Heights
Taken from Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Broadway smash musical, In the Heights was designed as a riotous celebration of Latin culture. Now, post-pandemic, it’s become a vital look at our need for community. Total Film visits the set of the year’s most vibrant movie.
Holidays abroad may be tricky this summer, but the United Kingdom is the location for so much movie magic. Total Film takes you on a trip to Hollywood attractions right on your doorstep…
The making of cult horror Censor
Set in the 1980s during the moral panic of the video nasties, Censor interrogates if horrors real or imagined cause nightmares in a damaged brain. Total Film braves an uncensored chat with writer-director Prano Bailey-Bond and star Niamh Algar…
Rose Byrne career interview
The Australian shapeshifter who can master all accents and vacillates between bawdy comedy, high-wire drama and heartfelt family feels returns to TV with Physical. She tells Total Film about self-doubt, success and ensuring she has 'a seat at the table'.
The Tomorrow War
In the front section, Total Film gets the inside story on Chris Pratt’s new sci-fi epic, The Tomorrow War, as well as a new look at Henry Golding’s Snake Eyes, and much more besides.
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