Loki Season 2 Finale Interview: Cinematographer Isaac Bauman On Emotional Lighting & Changing The Citadel

  • The Loki season 2 finale offers a visually spectacular and unique set piece that is emotionally and spiritually driven, rather than driven by conflict or confrontation.
  • The lighting in the finale scene is designed to create a heavenly and sorrowful atmosphere, using soft white light without veering into blue tones.
  • The iconic green motif associated with Loki is not created on set, but the cinematographer expresses his love for the color and its emotional significance.
Tom Hiddleston's Marvel Cinematic Universe journey has reached an emotional climax in the Loki season 2 finale. Having mastered his time-slipping abilities, the eponymous God of Mischief races to fix the Temporal Loom before the TVA is destroyed, only to learn from He Who Remains that all of his efforts will fail as the Loom was never meant to hold branching timelines. Seeking to forge his own path, Loki destroys the Loom and weaves the branching timelines himself, leaving his friends behind as he remains on the throne in the Citadel at the End of Time, now resembling Yggdrasil.
Tom Hiddleston once again led the ensemble Loki season 2 cast alongside Sophia DiMartino, Ke Huy Quan, Owen Wilson, Wunmi Mosaku, Eugene Cordero, Tara Strong and Jonathan Majors. Blending the comedy of looping time with emotional send-offs for its characters, the season 2 finale is an exciting closing of the MCU show while also setting up a promising future for Loki and his friends.


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