The Boys star Karl Urban has described an incident that was removed from the movie about superheroes Thor: Ragnarok.
In the smash Marvel sequel Urban is Skurge, the guardian of the Bifrost following the departure of Heimdall (Idris Elba) left the post.
Through throughout the movie Skurge is seen working with the evil Hela (Cate Blanchett) in the end, but he eventually redeems himself in the close of the film.
In an interview with The magazine He revealed the heart-wrenching scene he played in character, which didn’t appear in the film.
“There was an episode that didn’t make it into the final cut. The character has an amazing character arc,” Urban said. “That first of all, in self-defense, he identifies with Hela. Because he knows that if he didn’t, then he’s likely to be killed.
“But in the movie’s course, he becomes increasingly disillusioned by the work he’s expected to do to keep his decision in check in order to be a servant to her.”
The sequence in question is the moment when Skurge cuts off the head of a girl who is inside the Asgardian town square, under the direction of Hela.
“Post the scene, there’s another scene that didn’t make it to the cut. It’s completely sick to the bone,” Urban revealed.”We find him in a certain corner. And he’s actually physically sick because of the things he’s done. This was actually part of the reason for the direction he’s taking and the shame is a part of the things he’s done and how he’s going come to the right place in time, put the right decision.”
Urban’s character didn’t make it to make it into the sequel this year, Thor: Love and Thunder. Each film was directed by Kiwi filmmaker Taika Waititi. karl urban thor
In an interview in the latter part of this year Waititi spoke out about certain scenes that was put to Love and Thunder‘s cutting room floor which included scenes featuring Jeff Goldblum and Peter Dinklage.
“I do not want people to watch the deleted scenes as they were deleted because of reasons: they’re not sufficient. The scenes weren’t in the film and that’s all it was,” he said.