Disney confirmed on Thursday that the Marvel Cinematic Universe TV series starring Loki would be arriving on its new streaming service, Disney+. The next day, Loki actor Tom Hiddleston made his own announcement on Twitter and Instagram, but he wasn't the only actor from the Thor movies dropping tantalizing references on social media.
Jaimie Alexander, who plays the Lady Sif, was close behind with a tweet of her own featuring her Asgardian warrior.
Alexander posted a frame from Thor: the Dark World showing herself as Sif, accompanied only by the words "Today's mood..." As of now, very little about Loki's show is known, but fans will no doubt be hoping that Alexander's Sif reference on the same day and mere minutes behind Hiddleston's post means she'll at least be making an appearance.
Sif, who appeared in the first two Thor movies as well as an episode in each of the first two seasons of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., would be a natural choice for a supporting character in a series about the Asgardian God of Mischief. She was reportedly killed in Thanos' infamous "Snap" at the end of Avengers: Infinity War, but Loki died at the beginning of the film as well. As the two characters have likely known each other for centuries, Sif could easily be written into any timeline used for the show.
Of course, Alexander's tweet doesn't confirm anything about her involvement. The image of Sif that she chose was a battle scene, so she may have simply been feeling pugnacious.
Disney+ is scheduled to launch in late 2019 and may include other series featuring characters from the MCU. At this time, the Loki series does not have a release date.