Marvel fans all over the world are still giddy over Thor: Love and Thunder. The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) gained new dimensions with Taika Waititi’s fourth Thor film and the introduction of certain memorable characters. It seems, though, that certain thrilling scenes were left out of the final version. But something exciting has come to light. A recently revealed storyboard hints that there was supposed to be a fierce fight between Jeff Goldblum’s Grandmaster and Christian Bale’s Gorr the God Butcher which did not make the final cut.

Thor: Love and Thunder
Thor: Love and Thunder

Thor: Love and Thunder skipped a battle

Fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe have been treated to a fascinating behind-the-scenes peek at Thor: Love and Thunder. Intriguing storyboards by renowned artist William Groebe were recently released, some of which show a deleted sequence starring Jeff Goldblum‘s bizarre character, the Grandmaster.  These storyboards also revealed that an exciting fight between Jeff Goldblum’s character, and Christian Bale‘s Gorr did not make the final cut of the film.

The title of this particular segment is The Moon of Shame. Thor, Jane Foster, and Valkyrie set off on a mission to carry Korg’s severed head to the Grandmaster for much-needed treatment, taking us on an unexpected journey. In this just-made public concept illustration by Groebe, the trio’s arrival on the Moon of Shame takes center stage. The Grandmaster finds himself in an odd situation as a robot feverishly tries to give Korg movement. Grandmaster is known more for his silly antics than his fighting skills. So seeing him equipped with an extraterrestrial weapon gives the action a humorous twist.

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Christian Bale as Gorr
Christian Bale as Gorr

The Moon of Shame doesn’t turn out to be the peaceful haven it first seemed to be as the scene develops. Grandmaster and the trio are caught off guard when Bale’s Gorr and his terrifying army launch a swift and unexpected attack. Grandmaster fights this new danger alongside Thor, Jane Foster, and Valkyrie, putting his creative skills to the test even though his warrior prowess is debatable. Even though this clip wasn’t included in the movie’s final cut it would have been very cool to see Bale and Goldblum fight it out on the screen.

There’s a possibility of Jeff Goldblum’s return in Thor 5

There may be a fifth Thor movie in the works, which is exciting news for Marvel movie fans. Taika Waititi, the filmmaker behind the entertaining Thor: Ragnarok and the most recent Thor: Love and Thunder, has made hints about this possibility. However, he is also considering a significant obstacle. How can they design a villain who is equally as tough as or even more so than Hela, the antagonist from a previous Thor film? This raises the question of where Thor will go on his next journey.

The intriguing part now is that there are hints that the Grandmaster, played by Jeff Goldblum, may return. What seemed like the Grandmaster’s spaceship appeared in the opening episode of She-Hulk. This sparked speculation among fans as to whether future Marvel films would feature the Grandmaster once more.

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Jeff Goldblum as Grandmaster
Jeff Goldblum as Grandmaster

Because Marvel doesn’t object to characters coming back, the Grandmaster’s return doesn’t strike anyone as strange. We have seen both the reappearance of Idris Elba’s Heimdall and Natalie Portman’s Jane Foster. Furthermore, Jeff Goldblum is a legendary actor, so if he were to return to his eccentric role as the Grandmaster, it would be a pleasure for the audience.

Until Thor 5 is confirmed we can watch Thor: Love and Thunder which is streaming on Disney+.

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Source: The Direct

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