Thor: Love and Thunder introduces a whole host of exciting new characters to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), such as gore the god butcher (Christian Bale), but it’s the post-credits scene in the film that has the most exciting introduction.
As to be expected from Marvel movies now, 4th Thor solo film There are two post-credits scenes, and the first one sets up an exciting future in the MCU.
Here’s everything you need to know about the post-credits scenes, but be aware that this article contains spoilers for the film.
‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ Scenes Explained After Credits: Who Plays Hercules?
The first scene after the credits opens with Russell Crowe’s Zeus Inflicting a wound he is introduced by Thor earlier in the film, an attack that was believed by the God of Thunder to have killed his hero.
Zeus talks about how Thor’s attack showed him how things have changed in recent years, and how the gods have been replaced by superheroes and this is nothing more than a joke.
To change this, and to take down Thor and his hero friends, Zeus tasked his son Hercules to go after the Asgardian god.
This is when the camera turns to the son of Zeus, who says he will do his bidding, and the character is played by none other than Brett Goldstein.
Goldstein rose to fame thanks to writing and acting Apple TV+ Shows Ted Lasso, For which he earned an Emmy for Best Supporting Actor.
What Happens in the Second Post-Credits Scene of ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’?
second scene after credits Thor: Love and Thunder Comes at the end of the credits and explains what happened to Jane Foster (Natalie Portman) after the end of the film.
Jane, who took over as Mighty Thor in the film, and Thor (Chris Hemsworth) die during the final battle against Gore.
He died in Thor’s arms, after using his former hammer, Mjolnir, which stripped him of his final life energy. She basically took to arms trying to find a cure for her stage 4 cancer.
The scene after the credits shows that Jane was allowed to enter Valhalla, the heavenly realm named for the Asgardian warriors who lost their lives in battle.
When she arrives, Jane is met by Heimdall (Idris Elba), who welcomes her to Valhalla and thanks her for protecting her son, Axel (Kieron L. Dyer).
Jane and Heimdall then head to the buildings of Valhalla, seemingly living out their eternal days in the afterlife of the Asgardians.
Thor: Love and Thunder is in theaters now.