Christian Bale, one of the stars of Thor: Love and Thunder, revealed that early versions of the film also included a Kate Bush song.
Also Thor: Love and Thunderaccording to when stated by Christian Balecould have participated in the great comeback of Kate Bushbut it seems that the scene for which the use of one of his songs was foreseen did not arrive at the final version of the Marvel film.
As Deadline also reports, in fact, the Netflix series Stranger Things – which contributed to the return to the charts of the British singer-songwriter’s 1985 song Running Up That Hill – would not have been the only pop product to feature Kate Bush’s music this. year. At least according to the initial intentions of the actor who interprets the villain Gorr the Slaughterer of Gods and the director of the film, Taika Waititi.
“We naturally have a slight influence of Nosferatu. Taika and I wanted to make a whole musical segment, which we sadly couldn’t do, but we all had ideas like Kate Bush we were working on. But I think he just realized that we weren’t going to be allowed to put it in the final version of the film“said Bale.
“In any case, I would say that the most common thing was to keep watching the Aphex Twin video ‘Come to Daddy’. But I don’t know if that’s something that will be present in the final cut of the film“He then concluded. What is certain, however, is that Bale will put on a great show as the villain in the film, but we will have to wait a few more days to see him. Thor: Love and Thunder will hit theaters on July 6.