How Hela killed Odin in a deleted scene from Thor: Ragnarok

A deleted scene from the movie has been leaked Thor: Ragnarok where we see a death of Odin at the hands of Hela very different from what they showed in theaters.

Attention SPOILERS of Thor: Ragnarok. In the third installment of the God of Thunder from Marvel we can see how Thor (Chris Hemsworth) and Loki (Tom Hiddleston) travel to Norway where it is Odin (Anthony Hopkins). He tells them that he is about to die and that will lead to the return of Hela (Cate Blanchett). Then it vanishes on the cliff and effectively seconds later the villain appears to claim the throne of Asgard. After he destroys the Mjolnir hammer, chase the two brothers across the rainbow bridge and they both end up on the planet Sakaar, although they come at different time points.

But initially the scene was not like that. In fact, they shot a death very different from Odin for Thor: Ragnarok. According to various reports, it was himself Anthony Hopkins who commented that he did not like that ending for his character and decided to change it. So they shot a much more epic and solemn scene. Which was the one that hit theaters.

How Hela killed Odin in a deleted scene from Thor: Ragnarok

This is the alternative scene.

When Thor and Loki they travel to NY They are with Odin wandering the streets like an old beggar. When they try to take it back to Asgard, he tells them that everything is lost and that the Ragnarok and the Goddess of the Death (Hela).

A kind of portal opens and Odin shows them destruction, then tells Thor Kneel down and name him King and give him all his power. At that moment it appears Hela and kill Odin quickly. Then Thor throws the hammer at him Mjolnir and destroys it easily. So Loki asks to Skurge (Karl Urban) to activate the rainbow bridge.

What scene from Thor: Ragnarok do you like more The deleted original or the one that hit theaters? Leave us your comments below. I personally like the way we saw the last moments of Odin at movies, much more solemn, but it is true that according to Nordic mythology, the "father of all" wandered the world looking like an old man with a white beard. | Movies, comics and series