Avengers: Endgame has released, but we knew one thing since the very first day of this film’s announcement that all the characters won’t enjoy the same range of focus. After the movie’s release, the directors and writers of the film have spilled a lot of beans about some of the deleted scenes, and in order to squeeze in all the characters of MCU appropriately in the movie, they did sacrifice many scenes. The directors of Endgame, Russo Brothers have recently talked about a scene which was supposed to be there right at the end between Thor and Valkyrie was deleted.
Many of you for sure, must remember the scene when in the end, Valkyrie asked Thor about his future plans, to which he replies that he doesn’t know and hands over Asgard to her, making Valkyrie its queen. Well, now it has been that Thor did make a move in the deleted scene, but it didn’t go too well. Here’s what Joe Russo told Entertainment Weekly,
“There’s a funky beat,” Anthony started. “If you remember at the end of the film where Thor is saying goodbye to Valkyrie, and he’s basically turning Asgard over to her. In the endings we felt like we wanted to keep it a little tight, so we were looking for some stuff to squeeze there. He had this beat with Valkryie where after he sort of turns over the kingdom to her, she puts her arm on his shoulder and him sort of starts to lean in for a kiss. And she goes, ‘What are you doing?’ And he goes, ‘Oh I thought the touch..’ She’s like, ‘Yeah, it’s a goodbye touch. A tap I’m giving you.’ It was a really funny beat but we cut it.”
So, did you think it was the right decision to cut this scene off from the film or you think that scene deserved to be in the film? Tell us in the comments section down below.
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