Loki recently was nominated for 6 Emmys as it made headlines for apparently ending up saving Disney. There was a deleted scene that apparently showed a fusion of Thor and a frog called Throg (voiced by Chris Hemsworth) that was removed due to pacing issues. However, there are several rumors making rounds on the internet about the Throg’s return. z
A stronger return of Throg in Loki season 2
Throg’s reference is a blink and a miss moment in the 5th episode of Loki. Throg is observably trapped in a glass jar labeled as T365. The T365 is a reference to the comic issue of Thor (comic) wherein Loki turned Thor into a frog. There are rumors around the internet of an alleged return of Throg as a character with more screen time.
Several sources state that the Norse god-frog will be voiced by none other than the actor portraying the role of Thor himself, Chris Hemsworth.
It is alleged that there is not much for Throg to speak rather than the sounds of a frog croaking. It would be such a pleasure and entertainment to see Chris Hemsworth making frog noises at a mic in a room alone. Sources state that Marvel allegedly brought Chris Hemsworth on board for the idea of voicing Throg in Loki season 2 but there is currently no proof.
It is alleged that Marvel Studios plan to make the character of Throg a regular in the following Marvel films. It was earlier speculated that Thor: Love and Thunder will be the last time we see Chris Hemsworth reprising the role of God of Thunder. To the director-actor duo Taika Waititi and Chris Hemsworth’s shock along with the audience, it is not the case so.
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Is Chris Hemsworth returning as Throg or is it just a rumor?
However much we would like to see Chris Hemsworth croaking in a mic, there is just no proof of this deal between Marvel and the Extraction actor ever taking place.
— MCU Source (@MCUSource) July 15, 2022
Although there are tweets like these making rounds around the internet, it is just speculated rumor, and no evidence of this transaction is found. And if you see some scenes of a frog beating the God of Mischief Loki, they are deleted scenes from the first season (Sorry for the disappointment though).