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New MCU Greek God revealed in Thor: Love & Thunder Deleted Scene.

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The Marvel Cinematic Universe has another Greek God, as a deleted scene from Thor: Love & Thunder confirms. Thor (Chris Hemsworth), who has lost his family and people to Thanos, searches for a new purpose. He strives to rebuild his life after the events of Avengers: Endgame. When Gorr the God Butcher (Christian Bale) sets out on a mission for all gods to be destroyed, Thor leaves the Guardians of the Galaxy to reunite with Korg (Taika Waititi), the Asgardian warrior King Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson), as well as Jane Foster (Natalie Portman), his former love interest, and the Mighty Thor to face the new villain.

Thor: Love & Thunder introduces new mythological figures and locations through Gorr’s plot. Thor and his friends travel halfway through the film to Omnipotence, a floating metropolis with a parliament made up of gods. They attempt to recruit the help of the Greek God Zeus (Russell Crowe) and his immortal followers to stop Gorr’s evil plans. However, Zeus, fearful of Gorr, decides to stay in the city and denies Thor his request for help. This forces the heroes to take on Gorr alone.

A new Thor: Love & Thunder deleted sequence (via IGN) gives us a longer look at the Greek God Dionysus. Penny Dreadful’s Simon Russell Beale plays God. He greets Thor, Valkyrie, and Korg to inform them about Zeus’ meeting.

Beale humorously portrays Dionysus as an egotistical, self-indulgent fool, the Greek God of wine, pleasure, and wine. The Thor: Love & Thunder sequence introduces God properly, but it is obvious why this scene was removed from the final film. Only new information was provided by Zeus, which will host a meeting of the gods. This allows Thor to express his concerns to everyone. The final film removes this scene to allow quicker infiltration of the gods’ meeting. The Guardians of the Galaxy scenes with Dionysus were likely cut to preserve a steady pace and a sense of urgency.

Beale could return to Dionysus in future MCU projects, as he was reduced to just seconds on screen and one line in the final film. Thor: Love & Thunder’s middle-credits scene reveals Zeus (Brett Goldstein) is still alive after Thor attacks him. He summoned His son Hercules to find and kill Thor. It is possible that Zeus’ children, including Hercules, will be alongside him as he faces his next major antagonist. Unfortunately, we will not be able to reveal if there will be a sequel to Thor: Love & Thunder.



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