LOKI actress Sophia Di Martino has hinted that filming will resume soon on the Disney+ series.
The Marvel spin-off series will follow Tom Hiddleston’s titular character, which became a fan favourite in the MCU.
Sophia has been cast in a currently unknown role, and her latest Instagram post has left fans speculating that the show could resume filming again soon after being shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Sophia, 36, shared a picture of her on a video call with her friend and stunt double.
She captioned it: “Socially distant strunt training with my brilliant friend (& stunt double) @sarah__irwin.”
While its certainly no official confirmation when the show will resume filming, it does highlight that the wheels are still in motion even remotely.
Her post comes after it was reported fellow Disney+ series, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, would soon resume filming in Prague.
The spin-off series starring Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan was shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic earlier this year.
But now Murphy’s Multiverse, claims a recent Facebook post by Czech casting agency advertised a time when potential actors could come in and register to be extras during the production of Tag Team, which is the working title for The Falcon and The Winter Soldier.
The post stated the production has the potential to return in either next month or in August, though an official timeline is yet to be confirmed by Disney or Marvel.
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Anthony, 41, who plays The Falcon in the hit movie franchise and returns to the role for the new series, recently revealed there was little filming left to do.
Appearing on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, he said: “I’m happy to say we are not cancelled, we are on hold.
“So we’re going back, hopefully sometime soon, to finish it up.
“We have a little bit more to go back and do, but everybody rest assured, it will come out. We are not cancelled.”