According to Variety, Owen Wilson has climbed aboard Disney+'s Loki series.
And that's, well, that's about all we have for you at this time. You already knew Tom Hiddelston's headlining the thing, returning to the MCU role that made him a household name ("Tom Hiddleston was a name in my household before he played Loki!", you shriek; I was not addressing you, please sit down). We all know it's set to arrive in the Spring of 2021. We don't know what it'll be about, not officially, but word on the street suggests it'll follow the titular troublemaker as he pops up at various points throughout human (and alien?) history, influencing events with his unique brand of sinister hijinks. And now we know that Owen Wison's in it, playing one character or another. Maybe he'll appear as himself. Maybe he'll be playing some other human. Maybe he'll be doing the mo-cap work for a digital character. No one knows. Maybe not even Owen Wilson.
Anyway, this was one of those posts, the sort that delivers all the available information within the headline and, if you're lucky, one or two sentences in the body. You are moderately more informed for having read it, and you have us to thank for that - just as we have Variety to thank for telling us in the first place. We should send them an edible arrangement or something.