Now that Thor: Love And Thunder has started screening, and held its premiere, people have noticed that several cameos have not made the final cut. In an interview with Spanish outlet Prensa Escenario Christian Bale, who plays the film’s villain Gorr, confirmed that both Peter Dinklage and Jeff Goldblum filmed scenes which did not make the final cut of the movie:

“I got to work with Peter Dinklage, that’s not in the final film, but he’s fantastic. I got to work with Jeff Goldblum, he’s not in the final film either. As you see, a lot of stuff ends up on the cutting room floor even though it is beautiful brilliant stuff.”

An unexpected name has also been mentioned due to legal circumstances. Game of Thrones actress Lena Headey also filmed a cameo and according to Variety she is being sued by her former UK agency Troika for not paying them a commission. She claims Waititi approached her directly, not via the agents, so no fee is payable. Headey’s cameo was also cut from the finished movie.

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Meanwhile reviews have been mostly extremely positive. Erik Davis from Fandango declared:

“Another classic Thor adventure! Thor: Love and Thunder is everything I wanted it to be. Big, colorful, weird Guns N’ Roses-fueled battles to go w/ a hopelessly romantic story about discovering love in unexpected places. Christian Bale & Russell Crowe are especially great. And Korg!”

Fangirlish’s Lyra Hale claims it pushes the MCU back to the heady heights of the Infinity Saga, something that Phase 4 has been lacking:

Thor: Love and Thunder is the GREATEST movie Marvel has made so far! I’m not joking. I haven’t laughed that hard since Ragnarok and I feel invested in Marvel again in a way that I haven’t since Endgame. Also, bring tissues. The journey is *chefs kiss* from start to finish!” All

To counter this is Twitter user Christian Toto. He runs a blog that is described as the “Right Take on Entertainment” and also writes for the Daily Wire. He compared the movie to a notorious superhero flop:

“Saw Thor: Love And Thunder — full review next week… Can share it’s way more Batman and Robin than any superhero film should be. Tonal disaster.”

One other thing many reviews say is that the now traditional post-credits stinger is a big, important one. Thor: Love and Thunder opens in cinemas on July 8th.

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