Gorr the God Butcher mocks Thor about his past failures, including his loss to Thanos, in a new trailer for Taika Waititi’s Thor: Love and Thunder.
Marvel Studios releases a brand new Thor: Love and Thunder trailer in which Gorr the God Butcher taunts the God of Thunder about his failures. The next MCU movie is just a week away from hitting theaters. While there is already a lot of excitement around Thor: Love and ThunderDisney still pushes its marketing to keep the hype going and even reach the casual movie audience.
On the heels of Thor: Ragnarok‘s success, Marvel goes bigger and bolder with Thor: Love and thunder, especially with director Taika Waititi back at the helm. The film will continue the arc of the God of Thunder after the Infinity Saga, but Jane Foster (Natalie Portman) also returns to the MCU with the hammer Mjölnir as Mighty Thor. Both Thors, in addition to Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson), will have to team up with all of their other allies to stop the film’s villain: Christian Bale’s Gorr the God Butcher. His motives are still uncertain at this point, but it is clear that he holds a grudge against gods and that he is out to kill them all.
A brand new Thor: Love and Thunder trailer reveals new dialogue from Gorr as he taunts the Avenger about his past mistakes. That includes his catastrophic failure to stop Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War, not to mention the deaths of Loki and Frigga. Watch the video below:
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It is curious how Gorr the Godslager knows of Thor’s suffering in the past. From how the new Thor: Love and Thunder trailer framed, the villain seems well aware of some of the biggest losses the Avengers have suffered in recent years. While people on Earth may have been briefed on what really happened in Wakanda during the first battle against the almighty Thanos, it’s worth noting that it’s unclear how Gorr seems so sure of this information. More than Thor’s failure to stop the Titan’s snap, though, it’ll be interesting to find out how he knew about the respective demise of Loki and Frigga, although it’s worth noting that the clip doesn’t include Odin’s death in Thor: Ragnarok†
According to Marvel Comics, Gorr the God Butcher’s case against the gods is exactly why he could be the most dangerous villain Thor has had to endure yet. Bale’s character blames the gods for failing to protect his family, resulting in their tragic deaths. This could strike a chord for Thor, who couldn’t stop Thanos’ snap. His failure to do so, coupled with the successive deaths in his family, were the reasons why he suffered from deep depression and PTSD for the next five years. Avengers: Infinity War† He has spent a significant amount of time on his healing journey in Thor: Love and Thunderbut the words of Gorr the God Butcher can undo all his progress with his words.
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Source: Marvel Entertainment
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