New season 2 footage is included in Loki’s McDonald’s commercial.

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In their most recent joint venture with Disney, McDonald’s unveiled a new dish that emphasises their future appearance in Loki Season 2. Beginning on Monday, the “As Featured In Meal” will highlight the McDonald’s menu items that have appeared in films, TV shows and musical compositions throughout the years.The renowned fast food chain hasn’t revealed how the future Marvel production would use its cuisine, but a picture in its announcement suggested that the Loki-branded Sweet ‘N Sour Sauce will play a part in the second season.The teaser shows Loki, who is portrayed by Tom Hiddleston, ordering food from Sylvie, who is played by Sophia Di Martino.After the promotion’s debut, the “As Featured In Meal” has increased its geographic reach to more than 100 nations. The diner may select between a 10-piece Big Mac, Quarter Pounder with Cheese, or soft drink of their choice, along with a medium portion of fries.

Marvel enthusiasts who purchase the “As Featured In Meal” will get access to exclusive content from Marvel Studios. By using Snapchat to scan the sauce container’s lid, you may access this special content. Additionally, a variety of other distinctive goods will be sold. In a clever approach, McDonald’s is transforming a restaurant in Brooklyn into a shop that looks as it did in 1982.The goal of this modification is to accurately reproduce a scene from Loki Season 2. Starting on August 30, this three-day immersive experience with Disney+ series artefacts will be available. Given Sylvie’s outfit, it was first believed that the scene in which Loki and Sylvie reconcile in a McDonald’s took occurred in the 1970s. However, the teaser reveals that it really occurs in 1982.

The second season of Loki’s official trailer incorporates the idea of time travel by showing the God of Mischief ‘time slipping’. Between the past and the present, Hiddleston’s Loki said, “I’ve been pulled across time… Nothing can save the planet from total disaster if what I saw is accurate. Loki has been ‘time sliding,’ a phenomena where he finds malfunctions at the most inconvenient times, forcing him to abruptly emerge at a new time and area, since Sylvie defeated King Solomon He Who Remains. In June 2021, Loki made his Disney+ Marvel Cinematic Universe debut with six episodes. Positive reviews of the production were given, applauding the cast’s performances in particular. A second season with six episodes, aligned with Phase Five of the MCU, is planned for release on October 6, 2023, building on its popularity. As Season 2 approaches, fans can anticipate more joint ventures between McDonald’s and Disney’s Loki. There are just two months left before the season is launched.

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