Owen Wilson has revealed he’s been scolded “multiple times” by Marvel for letting details slip about Loki, so he is treading more cautiously with Season 2.
The actor told ComicBook.com that he’s currently filming the sophomore season of the Disney+ MCU series in London, but he stopped short of sharing any other information as he admitted that he’s landed himself in hot water for being loose-lipped in the past. “I do think that… you know, we’ll see what happens with this one,” Wilson said. “I immediately get kind of self-conscious because they’re so kind of uptight.”
When asked if he had ever been “scolded” by Marvel for saying too much about the projects he’s involved in, Wilson simply replied, “Yes. Yeah, multiple times.”
While Wilson didn’t share the exact details of the spoilers he’s been reprimanded for, the Loki star told Esquire magazine last year that he received a mysterious text message after he “let it slip” that he had a moustache for his role on the MCU series. “I got an ominous text saying ‘Strike 1,'” he said. “I don’t know who that was, we think it might have been Kevin Feige using a burner phone but that wasn’t confirmed.”
Marvel is notorious for keeping spoilers under wraps and will take extreme measures to stop information from being leaked, though their attempts are not always successful. Tom Holland has been pretty bad at keeping secrets regarding the MCU, along with Mark Ruffalo who revealed that “everyone dies” in Infinity War, a mere nine months before the Avengers movie arrived in theaters.
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Wilson will have to continue to keep things under his hat (though he won’t confirm or deny whether he’s actually wearing one), as Loki Season 2 isn’t going to hit screens until next year. The plot is currently top secret, with the first season leaving plenty of unanswered questions. Additionally, only three cast members have been confirmed to return so far – Wilson, Tom Hiddleston, and Gugu Mbatha-Raw.
Adele Ankers-Range is a freelance writer for IGN. Follow her on Twitter.
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