Not everyone has a physical presence in “Loki.” Tara Strong, for example, lends her voice to the mysterious holographic character Miss Minutes. While the audience watches “Loki”, they are aware that Miss Minutes provides information to the working stiff at the Time Variance Authority, but not much else – does she even live? But Strong got even less to continue.
“I remember calling my agent because it was described as an ‘animated Siri-type voice,'” Strong said in a interview with Entertainment Weekly. “I was like, I was trying to understand this character. Is she sensitive? And they were like, ‘We don’t really know.’ I just remember playing with a few different versions. “
Sophia Di Martino, who plays Sylvie, was in a similar situation and said she was told “absolutely nothing.” “I did not know what the role was, I did not know what the show was, I did not know anything,” Di Martino explained. “There was a short scene between two people, ‘Bob’ and ‘Sarah’, I think it was on a train. It ended up being the train scene between Loki and Sylvie, but I had no idea what I was doing. auditioned for. “
Wunmi Mosaku, who plays Hunter B-15, found himself in the same situation. “I got the call and said I had been offered a part in Loki, but I had not known I was going to audition for Loki, so it was quite a shock,” Mosaku told Collider. However, she did not seem to mind! “I was finally going to be a part of the Marvel Universe that felt so good,” she said. “I did not know what my character would do, but I was like ‘I’m in, somehow.'”
New episodes of “Loki” stream on Wednesdays at Disney +.