The last film of the cinematographic universe of Marvel, Thor: Love and Thunder has raised different comments among fans who wanted a worthy farewell to the character. And after their arrival at Disney Plus , extra data have begun to emerge that include eliminated scenes that were going to be everything for adult audiences.
In an interview with Inverse , the actor of For, Christian Bale, mentioned that a classification scene was filmed, with moments when his character ruthlessly ends up with the different gods of the film. They had to remove, since the brand adaptations usually go for a more childish tone, or the farthest, to adolescents.
Here his statement:
With Thor: Love and Thunder, Taiga and I, we knew that some of the things we were doing would probably not end in the movie, but we wanted to press and see. Ultimately, it is and should be a film that the whole family can go and enjoy. And Chris Hemsworth, a couple of times he looked at me, and it was like, friend, that’s too much. I don’t think anyone wants to see that unless it is a film with R.
But it was a great pleasure to give him a chance. And we had a lot of fun making certain scenes and making certain decisions, even if they did not end in the final cut.
Remember that Thor Love and Thunder is available on streaming platforms.