Thor: Love and Thunder received a mixed response from audiences. Some liked it, while many others were left disappointed at how the film turned out. However, one aspect of the film that was particularly good was the performances of the cast. Especially that of Christian Bale as Gorr.
Recently, actor Brett Goldstein, who had a small cameo towards the end of the film revealed a funny anecdote involving his mother’s reaction to the film. We take a closer look at the same in this article.
Thor: Love and Thunder Star Brett Goldstein Reveals A Funny Anecdote
Talking about his involvement with Thor 4 at the “Ted Lasso” FYC event in Los Angeles, actor Brett Goldstein revealed a hilarious incident. He told Variety that he sent his parents to watch the film without letting them know of his small cameo in the movie. However, he revealed that he was concerned that his mother might miss his cameo in the film. He said:
“I didn’t tell anyone because Marvel put a chip in my neck that said ‘If you talk about this you’re dead,’” “My mom and dad, I sent them a text and said ‘I’ve just seen “Thor.”‘ I knew it’s not the kind of film they’d see. I said, ‘You should go see it. It’s funny.’”
“My mom is texting me all the way through the film giving me a running commentary,” Goldstein continued. “I’m like, ‘Just watch the film!’ It gets to the end bit, where it shows Russell Crowe… My mom texts me ‘Russell Crowe’s in it again, he’s very funny.’ I go, ‘Fucking look up at the screen!’”
Brett Goldstein Shares His Thoughts on His MCU Future
The actor also shared his thoughts on his MCU future and said: “I truly, honestly — this isn’t me lying or being coy — I know nothing,” “All I know is what I did that day and that’s it. That could be it. It was a fun three seconds.”
His co-star Hannah Waddingham from “Ted Lasso” shared an incident when Goldstein confided in her with regard to his Marvel role. She recalled:
“He said to me, ‘I’ve been offered this thing… Do you guys think I should do it?’” . “I went, ‘Are you mental? Are you actually having a little bit of a moment? You’re seriously thinking that you might not play Hercules?’… Then he didn’t tell me he bloody did it! So everyone was like ‘Brett Goldstein! Brett Goldstein!’ And I was like, ‘You cheeky bastard.’”
Thor: Love and Thunder is in cinemas.