Thor: Love and Thunder Deleted Scene Reveal: A Marvel Vacation From Hell

“Remember when you told us this was going to be a safe vacation? And I said, ‘Are you sure?’ and you said, ‘Oh yeah, 100%?’

“…of 1,000%”

Anyone who has seen Taika Waititis Thor: Love and Thunder this summer knows that Mr. Odinson and Peter Quills postAvengers: Endgame The stint didn’t go as well as some might have hoped. Star-Lord, who is mourning the death of Gamora, could have used some TLC while recovering with his found family, the Guardians of the Galaxy. But with an existential Thor in tow, nothing was going to be that easy. And in this new deleted scene from the upcoming love and thunder Blu-ray, premiering exclusively on Polygon, fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe will have an even clearer idea of ​​how Quill developed an eye twitch as he zoomed towards the year 2023 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.

In the scene you can see above, Quill asks Thor for help on a planet that was supposed to be a relaxation destination. It turns out to be all-out war. Waititi went far enough in setting up this scene to create practical combat effects in all directions, but had an unfinished Korg in the background. And if the scene actually made it into the movie, it would have been more of the darker comedic bits in MCU history – yes, there are guts in that minute-long scene.

While Thor: Love and Thunder Coming to Disney Plus on Thursday (with a digital release scheduled for September 8), the Blu-ray promises the deleted scenes and other exclusive goodies. The CD hits shelves on September 27th. Thor: Love and Thunder Deleted Scene Reveal: A Marvel Vacation From Hell

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