For his part, Hiddleston slips back into Loki like a glove he’s been wearing all his life, this time with more concern for both Sylvie and the universe at large. Di Martino as Sylvie gets to play with relief and frustration as she’s dragged back into the fray. Their relationship after last season’s betrayal has changed, but watching them as opposite sides of the same coin is interesting, as they both effortlessly convey that complexity. Their chemistry is one of the show’s strong points – second only to Hiddleston and Wilson’s brother-like energy – and it’s great to see that continue.Link: https://thatshelf.com/loki-season-2-review-more-fun-shenanigans-in-the-mcus-sacred-timeline
This piece/episode was produced during the 2023 SAG-AFTRA strike. Without the labour of the actors currently on strike, the films being discussed here wouldn’t exist.