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Richard E. Grant, the classic Loki, joins the new Disney+ project

Richard E. Grant made his mark on Marvel last year with his incredible portrayal of the classic Loki. Tom Hiddleston’s Variant of the character wore a costume faithfully portraying the stories from the comics, and after spending so much hopeless time in the Void, achieved redemption in his final moments by helping Loki with his magic, only to be swallowed by the Void. monster alioth.

The actor even commented on a possible return to the MCU, but before that is confirmed, Richard E. Grant is going to use his talent in another big Disney project. According to deadlinehe was cast in the series nautilusan adaptation of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne told from Captain Nemo’s point of view.

The new series will go a little further back in time, showing in 10 episodes of 50 minutes each the beginnings of Captain. Nemo will be an Indian Prince and a prisoner of the East India Company. A man determined to take revenge on the forces that took everything from him. But once he sets sail with his ragtag crew aboard the awesome Nautilus, he not only battles his enemy, but discovers a magical underwater world.

British actor Shazad Latif, best known for his work in Star Trek: Discovery, was set to take over the submarine that names the upcoming Disney+ series.

In addition to Richard E. Grant and Shazad Latif, the Disney+ series will feature Muki Zubis, Benedict Hardie, Jacob Collins-Levy and Luke Arnold. Grant will play a role as the leader of Karajaan, a port city that Nemo visits during his underwater adventures.

Nautilus is currently filming at Village Roadshow Studios in Australia, so likely new details will emerge soon.

nautilus It still doesn’t have a release date on Disney+.

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