Loki Composer Reveals Deleted Scene With More Frog Of Thunder


Fan service has always been an important part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and Loki bragging doesn’t lack that in Episode 5. Creator and lead screenwriter Michael Waldron revealed that there is no limit placed on him by the studio about what he may or may not refer to, and he clearly broke.

One of the most eye-catching cameos was when the Frog of Thunder Throg was discovered trapped in a jar, desperately trying to escape. Director Kate Herron revealed that she even went to the length of featuring Chris Hemsworth recording a brand new dialogue for the cult hero’s very brief appearance, but we’ve almost seen a lot more from the Avenger landing.

Many Loki-related trailers and TV spots feature scenes where Tom Hiddleston’s rogue usurps the throne of Asgard, this time actually instead of having to pose as Odin, his father. In a new interview, composer Natalie Holt admits that Loki’s coronation ends on the cutting room floor, and there will even be an appearance by Frog of Thunder in a much larger capacity.

“It was a moment in Episode 1. When Mobius shows Loki his life, there are more moments in it. I think they just cut it down for a little more focus. But there are a few extra moments in there, and the Frog of Thunder moment is one of them. I actually wrote, I did something with the choir for it like it was this big, big moment when Loki took the crown in Asgard, and then you watch Thor as a frog. .

I don’t think it was cut until quite late. It’s a fun scene, but it feels a bit out of place. They’re like we had the DB Cooper scene, we need to really get into the issues, like, Loki needs to be broken down in Episode 1, and it’s like too many of the light people. moment. It just feels like it plays better without it. But it was a really fun moment.”

More than any other Disney Plus program, Loki it may have been too easy to rely on Easter Eggs a bit too much with its multiverse premise and unlimited scope to nod and wink at longtime fans, but the balance is ultimately struck. performed excellently.

We took our deep cut from Marvel lore as the mythology is deepened, expanded and further developed, although that doesn’t mean Season 2 will go nowhere as now the world building is gone and the multiverse is broken, leads to all sorts of weird and wonderful storytelling opportunities.

Loki Composer Reveals Deleted Scene With More Frog Of Thunder


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