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Thor: Ragnarok's Extended And Deleted Scenes Are Jeff Goldblum At His Best
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Thor: Ragnarok’s Extended And Deleted Scenes Are Jeff Goldblum At His Best

Thor: Ragnarok’s extended and deleted scenes show Jeff Goldblum at his best. With the upcoming digital, Blu-Ray, and DVD release of the movie, Marvel Studios has revealed deleted and extended scenes that highlight Goldblum’s character The Grandmaster.

One of the extended scenes features The Grandmaster trying to explain his elaborate hand signals to his bodyguard, Topaz (Rachel Mouse). Another revisits Thor’s (Chris Hemsworth) first encounter with The Grandmaster and includes an unruly Saharan bat getting caught in the throne room during the meeting.

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Jeff Goldblum discusses the editing of Thor: Ragnarok and the choices its director, Taika Waititi made. “Anything that you see in the movie was a version selected by Taika’s tasteful editing from usually ten other choices of stuff that we tried. We just kind of had a growth spurt and creative ecstasy together and what you see is the result of something from that.”

Thor: Ragnarok, the third installment of the Marvel movies involving the titular Asgardian, revolves around Thor getting stuck on the gladiatorial planet of Sakaar (which is ruled by The Grandmaster), after a battle with Hela (Cate Blanchett). Once there, he reunites with Bruce Banner/The Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), Loki (Tom Hiddleston), and meets a new ally in Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson). Together, they must try and stop Hela from destroying Asgard.

Thor: Ragnarok will be available on digital platforms on Februry 20th. A DVD and Blu-Ray release will be available on March 6th. Watch the extended and deleted scenes below!

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