Ryan Reynolds made an appearance during Super Bowl commercials in the best way possible.
The NFL season ended Sunday, February 13, with the Los Angeles Rams defeating the Cincinnati Bengals at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles.
Although fans may have missed it, Reynolds made an appearance during a McDonald’s commercial that aired at halftime.
The ad featured a number of celebrities, including NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace and Edwin Castro, the world’s most popular FIFA streamer.
Reynolds, however, was harder to spot in the video because only his voice was featured.
the dead Pool star voiced popular McDonald’s character Grimace.
The ad sees the cartoon character as one of many stars stuck on what to order. Reynolds’ liquor brand, Aviation American Gin, was one of the first to warn people about the cameo.
“Uhhh… Grimace’s voice sounds eerily familiar. Did McDonalds hire a certain Canadian McRiblet who sold drinks?” the brand wrote on Twitter.
“Yes. Confirmed,” Reynolds replied. “It’s called the reach.”
Reynolds is a self-proclaimed Grimace fan. Last year, he asked the fast food conglomerate to bring back the purple character.
The actor made a more obvious second appearance during the Super Bowl halftime commercials, when the ad for his upcoming film The Adam Project broadcast.
The film stars Reynolds as a time-traveling pilot who crashes in 2022 and works with himself, 12, to save the future and his wife (played by Zoe Saldana).