Thors Chris Hemsworth made sneaky Loki cameo – Digital Spy

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Loki spoilers for episode 5 follow.

Loki‘s latest episode (episode 5) introduced a frog version of Thor, which would have been amusing for casual fans and very nostalgic for the hardcore comic book readers.

It was still quite a small moment though, so fans probably wouldn’t have thought the team would have taken the time to get the actual Chris Hemsworth to come in and do a voice-over for his iconic character. But that’s exactly what they went and did.

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Speaking to Views From The 616 podcast, showrunner Kate Herron told the hosts of the scene: “We recorded Chris Hemsworth for that, by the way. We recorded him for that.

“His voice going ‘Ahhh!’ That’s a whole new recording. Not recycled. He recorded that.”

If you want to know more about Frog Thor’s origins in the comic books, and why the amphibian you see in the show might not be actually be a version of Thor, we’ve got you covered right here.

You can also vote in our poll on whether you think Alligator Loki or Frog Thor would win in a fight, because democracy.

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One of the biggest things the Loki series has introduced was the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s first canonically LGBTQ+ character (of importance), and Marvel has promised that more representation will be included going forward.

Loki is streaming exclusively on Disney+, where the season 1 finale will premiere on Wednesday, July 14.

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