What’s Next For Judge Renslayer After The Loki Finale? Writer And Star Talk

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What’s next for Judge Renslayer after the Loki finale? It’s gonna be impossible to discuss this without Loki finale SPOILERS. So here is your warning if you are trying to stay clear of any details on that finale.

**Warning! Loki Finale SPOILERS Below.**

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Judge Renslayer, a variant just like Mobius had a different reaction to finding that fact out. Renslayer, perhaps too conditioned was looking for answers, but to enforce a purpose she felt was right. It was Sylvie and Loki who made it to the Citadel at the end of time and met with He Who Remains. However, Miss Minutes, after clearly being directed by HWR, then shows up to offer Renslayer some information that might help her.

What becomes of Renslayer after Sylvie has killed HWR is unknown.

Where Renslayer’s Head Is At

“It was fun to start off with everything being sort of very orderly and black and white for Renslayer,” Gugu Mbatha-Raw, who plays the TVA judge, tells Marvel.com. “And then as her reality begins to crumble, we were discovering that alongside [her]… It’s a lot for her to take on, and she gets sort of more desperate, and the stakes just get higher and higher for her.”

“She has the making of a very complex villain that has her own set of principles and beliefs that drive her,” head writer Michael Waldron explains. “She doesn’t believe that what she’s doing is evil, she believes that the mission is for greater good, and Renslayer probably wishes that she never learned that the Time Keepers were fake, that they had just been able to keep doing this forever.”

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“She’s the good soldier of the TVA, just a disciple to the bureaucracy,” Waldron continues. “Then it’s revealed to be a lie to her. Instead of that galvanizing her and making her question her life’s purpose, the way it did with Mobius, Renslayer wants to stay in power. She reacts more in anger.”

“The idea that pretty much everyone in the TVA is a variant, and that there are other variants of Renslayer in different times, that was kind of mind blowing to me,” Mbatha-Raw continues. “We just dipped our toe into [this] at the end of the show. But you realize that the Multiverse just is so epic. The possibilities are endless. There’s so much potential for what’s on the other side of that Time Door. And ultimately, she wants revenge with whoever put this whole facade together.”

As for what happens next according to writer Michael Waldron?

“She wants to [find] who pulled the wool over her eyes. That’s what she’s going to go out in search of,” Waldron adds. But in regards to her destination? Waldron isn’t saying. “She is a scary customer to be out there in the Multiverse. So we’ll see what happens.”

What did you think of Loki and the finale? What’s next for Judge Renslayer? There are even some fans convinced she will become anything from a lover of Kang, to his mother. Anything can happen it seems in the new Marvel Cinematic Multiverse.

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Campbell Clark

Cam is Senior Editor at LRM Online, and has a passion for all things geeky, including sci-fi, fantasy, and comic book movies.

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