Ke Huy Quan joins Loki.
The Goonies and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom star, who made his acting comeback in Everything everywhere all at once, was cast in the second season of the Marvel drama series.
The casting was announced by Marvel boss Kevin Feige, but he didn’t divulge character details.
The superhero series was renewed last year, and earlier this year Deadline revealed that Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead had come on board to lead the majority of the series as Tom Hiddleston leads.
Loki takes place in a world adjacent to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, in which the god of mischief is a fish out of water when he lands in trouble with the bureaucratic TVA (Time Variance Authority) after running away with the Tesseract.
Hiddleston is joined in the cast by Owen Wilson, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Sophia Di Martino, Wunmi Mosaku and Richard E. Grant.
Quan joins Rafeael Casal, who Deadline revealed is also joining the series for the second season.
Following strong reviews and a record number of views for the original installment, Loki became the first Marvel series for Disney+ to get a second season.
Hiddleston and Michael Waldron, who wrote and served as showrunner in the first season, serve as executive producers. Eric Martin is writing all six episodes. It is currently in production.
The news was announced at Disney’s D23 Expo in Anaheim. Hiddleston told the crowd that season two picks up where season one left off.
Quan joked, “I’m very confused: isn’t it the IndianaJones panel?”, referencing his former role as a child and the fact that Harrison Ford and the Indy crew were on stage earlier.