Disney+ series “Loki” just got a new casting announcement: Gugu Mbatha-Raw has joined the Marvel Cinematic Universe series in an undisclosed role. Her casting follows shortly after news of Owen Wilson’s mysterious casting as well.

The “Loki” casting of Mbatha-Raw, 36, was first reported by Variety, who verified the claims with unspecified sources. Both Disney and Marvel Studios have yet to comment on the news.

Gugu Mbatha-Raw, pictured on Oct. 6, 2016 in London, is one woman we would love to see in the TARDIS. Getty Images

Mbatha-Raw had a breakout role in the 2013 film “Belle,” in which she played the eponymous character. The role was well-regarded and left her as a BAFTA-nominated actress.

You may also recognize her from Netflix's sci-horror anthology “Black Mirror.” She appeared in the episode “San Junipero” as Kelly, the supporting character opposite Mackenzie Davis. This is regarded as one of the best episodes of the series and earned an Emmy award.

She has also appeared in TV shows such as "Doctor Who" and "The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance." The British actress previously worked with Disney on the live-action "Beauty and the Beast" and "A Wrinkle in Time."

Most recently, she starred in the Golden Globe-nominated Apple TV+ series “The Morning Show” as Hannah Shoenfeld, who works as a talent booker for the titular show and who is the victim of the show’s main plot point, a sexual misconduct incident.

The casting of Sophia Di Martino, Owen Wilson, and now Mbatha-Raw have been leading many fans to speculate who these actors could be playing. Di Martino was originally believed to be a female Loki while Wilson could be the very same Time Variance Authority figure that was previously hinted at. As for who Mbatha-Raw could be playing, some Twitter users have claimed that she could a version of either female Loki or the Time Variance Authority.

Fans will have to wait and see who Mbatha-Raw is playing when “Loki” premieres on Disney+ sometime during the Spring of 2021.