Forget Deep & the Octopus, 1 Extremely NSFW Scene in ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Will Have Fans Thanking Marvel for Censoring the Film as PG-13

The NSFW Scene in Thor: Ragnarok That Was Cut to Maintain a PG-13 Rating.

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  • The Boys features extreme and graphic content, with The Deep's obsession with sea creatures being a notable example.
  • However, Marvel went a step ahead when it comes to one deleted scene from Thor: Ragnarok.
  • The movie had a deleted scene involving the Grandmaster in a holographic video of 'tentacle s*x'.
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The Marvel Cinematic Universe and The Boys are based on comic books, featuring a plot about ‘superheroes’. Yet, the two universes could not have been more different from each other. While one is made with a vision to provide ‘family entertainment’, the other is strictly 18+ with some scenes being so horrifying that even the strongest of hearts should avoid.

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The Depp in The Boys || Amazon Prime Video
The Depp in The Boys | Amazon Prime Video

There is no lack of morally ‘improper’ or horrendous scenes in The Boys, with the Deep’s unusual love story standing out the most. Yet, one deleted scene from Marvel’s Thor: Ragnarok is so ‘unusual’ that fans would thank the studio for censoring it as PG-13 and not including that one scene.

Thor: Ragnarok’s Deleted Scene Which is Worse Than Deep & Octopus

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Jeff Goldblum as The Grandmaster in Thor: Ragnarok | Marvel Studios

The Boys is not afraid of going above and beyond when it comes to showing the most brutal and graphic stuff. It also does not shy away from featuring the most s*xual stuff as well. In season 3’s infamous Heogasm episode, the Amazon show features The Deep having s*x with his Ocean wife, aka Ambrosius the octopus. he even asks his human wife, Cassandra, to have s*x with the octopus.

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While it is disgusting and horrendous to think of such an event, Marvel’s Thor: Ragnarok went a step further in a now-deleted scene. The movie features the Valkyrie revealing that the Grandmaster, portrayed by Jeff Goldblum, uses his spaceship for ‘o*gies’. We then would have gotten a glimpse of the many uses of the spaceship when Thor and Bruce Banner used it to escape from Sakaar.

As per the deleted scene (via Daily Motion), Thor clicks on a button on the table in the middle of the ship. The table then proceeds to play a holographic video of the Grandmaster passionately engaged in ‘tentacle s*x’. Fortunately, the scene never made it to the final cut, for if it had been, the scene alone would have made the movie a solid PG-18 instead of its current rating.

The Boys’ Deep’s Problematic Obsession with Sea Creatures

The Deep and Ambrosius [Credit: The Boys | Amazon Prime Video]
The Deep and Ambrosius [Credit: The Boys | Amazon Prime Video]
The Boys has consistently pushed the limits and broken the walls when it comes to featuring the most shocking and horrendous scenes. From featuring the Herogasm episode to Homelander brutally butchering people, there are no limits to the Amazon show. But its depiction of Deep, portrayed by Chace Crawford, and his obsession with aquatic life has shocked many fans.

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Even in season two of the series, the character attempted to flirt with a dolphin while he tried to rescue it. However, in season 3 of The Boys, the character engages in obscene s*x with his Octopus wife, which could have easily been termed as a one-event thing given it was happening at Herogasm. Yet, the Deep took a step further when he asked his wife to have a threesome with the sea creature.

This obsession of Deep isn’t just problematic but showcases just how low the character can go. While it might be payback for his s*xual assault against Starlight in season 1, it nonetheless is problematic. As the show progresses, we can’t help but think how low the character will go.

The Boys can be streamed on Amazon Prime while Thor: Ragnarok can be streamed on Disney+.

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