Loki, Marvel’s newest MCU TV series, gave viewers a lot to think about in the season finale.
After (Spoiler Alert!) opening up the MCU’s multiverse in its concluding moments, Tom Hiddleston’s Loki also set up several future projects, including next year’s ‘Doctor Strange: Multiverse; of Madness’ and 2023’s ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.’
The sixth episode of Marvel’s intergalactic TV series was chock-full of Easter eggs and pop culture allusions from previous MCU films.
The majority of the secrets revealed by the showrunners in the last episode had deciphered by most observant viewers.
One easy-to-miss moment that will pique Ghanaians’ curiosity occurs right at the start of the program, which features many audio snippets in its introduction.
Some phrases from previous MCU films, notable quotations, and music clips were among the pins.
The songs “It’s been a long, long time” by Harry James and “Swan Lake” by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky were readily identified; however, it was apparent that there were many more that were far more difficult to locate.
New Rockstars, a YouTube channel dedicated to footage breakdowns and easter egg searches, found a couple more tracks marvel utilised in the opening.
Pat Thomas, a Ghanaian highlife icon, and his band Marijata’s song “I can say” was also nominated.
Pat Thomas’ second album, “Pat Thomas Introduces Marijata,” was released in 1976, and the song is one of his best.
This jam-packed opening also includes Nina Simone’s “I Put a Spell on You,” Kylie Minogue’s “I Should Be So Lucky,” and Sohail Sen’s “Swag Saha Nahi Jaye.”
Abraham Attah, who played Peter Parker’s Academic Decathlon comrade Abe in 2017’s “Spider-man: Homecoming,” is the first Ghanaian actor to appear in a supporting role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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The complete video from New Rockstars may be seen here.