Thor: Love and Thunder It hits theaters this weekend, and features a number of fan-favorite MCU characters as well as some newcomers and some fun cameos. Not only did the film return Chris Hemsworth as Thor, but it also starred Natalie Portman (Jane Foster). Tessa Thompson (King Valkyrie), Jamie Alexander (Lady Siff), and Taika Waititi (Korg). The film also features some Guardians of the Galaxy Stars, Christian Bale as Gorr the God Butcher, and Russell Crowe as Zeus. Warning: Thor: Love and Thunder Cameo spoilers ahead!
In addition to the MCU’s latest God Revelations, Thor: Love and Thunderr also portrayed the return of Loki’s drama actors Thor: Ragnarok, Sam Neill once again played the role of Odin, Matt Damon as Loki, and Luke Hemsworth as Thor. This time, they were joined by Melissa McCarthy as Hella. There is also a funny scene in the film in which the characters Damon and Luke Hemsworth approach King Valkyrie to work on another play. Turns out, Thompson struggled to include the scene.
“There was a cut where that bit went away and I was so sad, but then it came back and I was so happy. I was like, ‘This should be in the movie!’ Thompson told Hollywood Reporter, “So I was very sad for a brief second when it wasn’t there, but it was a lot of fun. To be near them to explore the importance of theater and storytelling, as expressed in Asgardian culture, made me just He liked it.”
While Thompson got to share the screen with Damon and the older Hemsworth, she did not appear in any scenes with Guardians of the Galaxy.
“Well, I didn’t… I just came on set to watch, because I wasn’t into any Guardians stuff and I can’t remember which one of them said that to me, but someone asked me, ‘What It’s always like this?’ I was like, ‘Yeah, it is…'” shared Thompson fandango, “I get what you were saying Taika. I think it’s like this… We’re used to a certain level of chaos. Like there exists a certain level of chaos because there’s always the version on the page And then… we throw it out and do a bunch… that we probably know… 95% of it will never be in the movie, but you do it for the 5% that could stay there Is.”
Thor: Love and Thunder It hits theaters this weekend, and has received mixed reviews. MCU movie currently playing rotten Tomatoes 68% critic score after 311 reviews and 81% audience score after 5,000+ reviews. comicbook.comKey Jenna Anderson gave the film a 3.5 out of 5 and called it “electrifying and uncertain”.
Thor: love and need Now playing in cinemas.
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