Marvel vs DC: Luke & Owen Wilson Compare Their Cinematic Universes

Stargirl performer Luke Wilson examines how he and his kin Owen Wilson, who stars in Marvel’s Loki, contemplate their different DC and Marvel universe experiences. Whether or not it was on their arrangements of should-dos, the two most young Wilson kin have both gotten into their own different godlike encounters over the span of late years. Luke, who is generally famous for films like Legally Blonde and Blue Streak, crossed into the DC Universe when he was given a job as Pat Dugan, a.k.a. Stripesy, on The CW show Stargirl. In the DC series, Luke’s Pat is Courtney Whitmore’s stepfather, who guides her through the Justice Society of America’s legacy after she tracks down the Golden Age legends and Starman’s Cosmic Staff.

While Luke has been occupied with his DC gig on Stargirl, it didn’t take long for his more established kin Owen to similarly land a part on a godlike series, but for Marvel. Starting around 2020, the second Wilson kin has been significant for the MCU on Disney+’s Loki, which stars Tom Hiddleston as the fan-most cherished God of Mischief. On Loki, Wilson portrays Mobius M. Mobius, a relentless expert of the Time Variance Authority. Close to the completion of season 1, Mobius took truly behind the TVA, with his curve set to happen in Loki season 2, which is appearing in mid-2023.

In spite of the way that the DC and Marvel universes have not moved past for clear reasons, it hasn’t escaped everyone’s notice that both Wilson kin are correct now part of both comic book properties. During another visit to Good Morning America to propel the new Netflix film Look Both Ways, Luke was asked regarding whether there was any family contest with Owen over Stargirl and Loki. Luke said it was the opposite as he and Owen have had the choice to share their various experiences, getting a handle on the going with:

“Actually no, not as a matter of fact. It was engaging, we would get back toward the day’s end, and he’d say, ‘How was your day?’ [I would say] “It’s perfect, I was battling Eclipso and the Shadowland! How was your day?’ [Owen says] ‘Benevolent, Loki and I were battling Kang the Conqueror!’ So then, to kind of limping around from the different stunts we did. No doubt was captivating that we were both house-parceled, yet the Marvel public, I value being around them. They’re charming people, Tom Hiddleston was an unprecedented individual and he’s doing Loki season 2 right now, and a while later Stargirl is arising close to the completion of this ebb and flow month.”

While Stargirl will enter season 3 not long from now, Loki season 2 has been recording since June, subsequently the hang on until 2023. Notwithstanding the way that they don’t remark on it habitually, this isn’t the underlying time a Wilson kin has discussed the fascinating solace of both of them taking care of a godlike show. In a gathering from 2021, Luke discussed how he barely fathomed the plot points of Loki season 1, which focused in overwhelmingly on the thoughts of Variants and time travel. The series is right now seen as a part of the MCU’s Multiverse Saga.

Whether or not the two kin could probably never share the screen together in a Stargirl and Loki half and half, it’s at this point engaging to hear how the performers have their own outstanding experiences on the shows. While Loki oversees substitute genuine factors and courses of occasions, Stargirl handles heretics like the Injustice Society, which was followed by the underhanded Eclipso. The truth will surface in the long run which Wilson will finish their comic book gig first, as there is no word yet if there will be a Loki season 3 or a Stargirl season 4 after the Arrowverse scratch-offs this year in view of The CW by and by being somewhat guaranteed by Nexstar.