2017 Thor: Ragnarok delivered one of the funniest and most surprising series of cameos in the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe. jurassic park Star Sam Neill appeared in the film as an Asgardian actor portraying Odin in a play, and he was joined by Matt Damon and Luke Hemsworth as play versions of Loki and Thor, respectively. In Thor: Love and Thunder, director Taika Waititi brought the trio back for another production, with a fourth star. Melissa McCarthy appeared in the Asgardian sequence of Love and Thunder as Hela, Odin’s daughter, who was played by Cate Blanchett in Ragnarok.
Now that love and thunder has been out for a few weekends, Neill took to social media to share a behind-the-scenes photo from the production. On Saturday, the actor shared a photo on Twitter of himself and McCarthy, in full costume, joking about being mistaken for Anthony Hopkins and Cate Blanchett. Looked!
Not surprising@melissamccarthyand I’m wrong #CateBlanchet and@AnthonyHopkinsall the time . Dead ringtones. Only this morning someone shouted ‘Oy Hannibal! Why did you eat the beans?@thorofficial @TaikaWaititi pic.twitter.com/g8muLFphEA
—Sam Neill (@TwoPaddocks) July 16, 2022
“Not surprising [Melissa McCarthy’ and I get mistaken for [Cate Blanchett] and [Anthony Hopkins] all the time. Lookalikes,” Neill wrote in the tweet. “Just this morning someone shouted ‘Oy Hannibal! Why did you eat beans?”
Neill and McCarthy are only in part of love and thunder, although Damon and Hemsworth returned for a second scene later in the film. While they likely won’t have any additional scenes left on the cutting room floor, there were plenty that were ultimately cut from the theatrical version, and fans are eager to see what the scenes might contain. potential deleted.
Star Natalie Portman revealed during the press tour that there were several settings that were ultimately cut from the final version of the film.
“The joy and sadness of a Taika Waititi project is that it creates so much shine and so much material that the film could look like an infinite number of things,” Portman said. Collider. “And that inevitably means that some amazing, hilarious, moving comedies and dramas don’t end there. So, there are a lot of them. I mean, there are full planets that aren’t there anymore.”
“I’m praying it ends up as an extra DVD somewhere or it gets released somewhere,” Portman later said of the removed content. “Because I mean, yeah, it’s pretty remarkable stuff.”
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