If Gorr the God Butcher gets his hands on Taweret, the author of Moon Knight claims hell retire

If Gorr the God Butcher gets his hands on Taweret, the author of Moon Knight claims hell retire ...

When Christian Bales Gorr the God Butcher makes his debut in Thor: Love and Thunder this summer, it''s reasonable to anticipate that he will turn down as one of the Marvel Cinematic Universe''s most powerful villains yet.

After all, were talking about one of the best actors in the business, grabbing a very rare detour into blockbuster territory, with the Odinsons'' fourth solo outing bringing Bales to the forefront in over a decade. In fact, Terminator Salvation and Exodus: Gods and Kings are the only non-Batman blockbusters he has signed on for in the last 20 years, so Taika Waititi must have made one hell of a pitch.

Despite his moniker, were anticipating several minorities to bite the dust during Love and Thunder, with Jeff Goldblums Grandmaster and Russell Crowes Zeus among the prime candidates. However, Moon Knight writer Jeremy Slater admitted to ComicBook that hell retire from the business altogether if the God Butcher gives up Taweret.

I dont know. Sure, I think this is a background cameo thing, but I really don''t know if it did. Make me extremely pleased, since I''d like to see Taweret in there somewhere, as long as she is not being killed by Gorr. If they kill Taweret, then I''m done. I will not recover from that personally. A hippo means more to me than most of those people I know in real life. Yes.

After the sassy bipedal hippopotamus stole the stage in Moon Knight, you can bet that fans around the world would share the Slaters sentiment with Waititi in love and Thunder.