Loki and Sylvie Reunited in a McDonald’s Commercial, and Mobius Is There Too
McDonald’s has released a promotional video for its “As Featured In” meal, featuring a reunion between Loki and Sylvie ahead of Season 2.
The fast-food chain started stirring up mischief on August 7 when it shared a brief video on X (formerly known as Twitter) teasing a Loki collaboration. McDonald’s has now shared an extended version of the video showing Tom Hiddleston’s Asgardian trickster approaching Sophia Di Martino’s Sylvie at the counter.
i made a movie pic.twitter.com/XFQ08WUc0n
— McDonald’s (@McDonalds) August 14, 2023
The video promotes the restaurant’s new “As Featured In” meal, comprising popular menu items referenced in various movies and TV shows over the years. It has an additional clip of Owen Wilson’s Mobius “enjoying a meal” with a TVA prisoner, played by Rafael Casal, shown in the final seconds.
Another McDonald’s video advertising its Loki-branded Sweet and Sour sauce reveals more character footage. In it, the God of Mischief reunites with Slyvie, who appears to be working in the restaurant, before cutting to a clip of Mobius insisting that he must get some apple pie before leaving.
For All Time. Always.
McDonald’s x Loki + Sylvie Reunion.
Exclusive content. pic.twitter.com/iGN2N3KgsN
— guillaumehuin (@HuinGuillaume) August 14, 2023
The meal itself offers customers a choice of a Big Mac, Quarter Pounder with Cheese or a 10-piece Chicken McNuggets, with fries, a beverage and a limited edition Sweet ‘n Sour Sauce in collaboration with Loki. Those wanting more exclusive content of Loki Season 2 can get sneak peeks by scanning the sauce pots in Snapchat.
Loki Season 2 will pick up after the first season and bring “new excitement as it thrusts the infamous God of Mischief into a new set of adventures with the TVA”. Those adventures will include a visit to the Golden Arches at some point during the six episodes that will air, starting with the premiere on Disney+ on October 6.
Adele Ankers-Range is a freelance entertainment writer for IGN. Follow her on Twitter.