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Moon Knight Writer Threatened to Retire if He Killed Gore in Thor: Love and Thunder

Moon Knight Writer Threatened to Retire if He Killed Gore in Thor: Love and Thunder

Moon Knight Last week ended on Disney+, when the finale featured an epic battle between the gods Khonshu and Ammit. However, for many, the series’ fan-favorite was the Egyptian god Taweret, the adorable hippo who helps Mark Spector and Steven Grant (Oscar Isaac) eventually choose Layla (May Calamawi) as his avatar. In ancient Egyptian mythology, Taweret was the goddess of pregnancy and fertility, but Moon Knight, she guides souls as they transition to the afterlife. Now that the Marvel series has introduced some new gods, fans are worried about their fate in the upcoming Thor: Love and Thunder, Kristen Bell plays the film’s villain, Gore the God Butcher, which means no MCU god is safe. recently, comicbook.com talked to Moon Knight Writer Jeremy Slater reveals he won’t be too happy if Gore comes after Tavaret.

“Oh, God. I don’t know,” replied Slater when asked if any of the Moon Knight may appear in the gods Thor: Love and Thunder, “Honestly, I don’t know. If so, I’m guessing it’s a background cameo thing, but I really don’t know the answer. It would be nice if it did. Make me so happy, I’m going to Tavaret.” It’s nice to look there somewhere, as long as it’s not someone who is being trampled on by the gore.” Slater said, “If they kill Tavaret, I’m done. I’m officially retired. I personally won’t recover from it. A hippo is more to me than those in real life.” What matters is the ones I know. Yes.”

Actor Antonia Salib, who brought Taweret to life, recently discussed the freedom Marvel Studios gives to actors on set during the series’ red carpet premiere. The interview started doing rounds online and it was revealed that Salib was playing Tavaret in the series. While Salib did not confirm who she was playing, variety Revealed this news by tweeting together.

“I think that with a series spending time together, you’re able to really explore all these different characters and the emotional journey that Steven and Mark are going through and you really get that out of it.” Salib said. variety, “Personally, it felt like a collaborative process, which was fantastic for such a large organization. From the moment I read the scenes when I was auditioning to when I worked in VFX with director Mohamed Diab and the costume team When I started doing it, it felt like I was given the license to make my own character and all together I was on board.”

, all six episodes of Moon Knight streaming on Disney+, and Thor: Love and Thunder Knocking in theaters on 8th July.

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Drashti Jain