Thor: Love and Thunder was widely panned upon release for its runtime, comedic focus, and poor character work. Nonetheless, the Asgardian blockbuster has recently returned to the forefront of the discussion, two months after hitting theaters, as Love and Thunder arrives on Disney+.
With the long-awaited home release came a slew of deleted scenes that paint a picture of the sequel—including a very different path to Russell Crowe’s Zeus. But outside of the unreleased scenes, the concept art also offered a look at the more planned scenes featuring Jamie Alexander’s Lady Siff.
The Asgardian warriors appear briefly early in the film as Thor answers his distress call to Alfheim, where he attempts to take down Gor the God Butcher. The God of Thunder found her clinging to life, but she was eventually returned to New Asgard, where she sought medical care and was recovered, along with a missing arm, by the end of Love and Thunder.
Overall, Syf only made it to the two scenes of Love and Thunder, but the new images revealed that the cameras have got even more to go on.
Lady Siff’s Thor 4 deleted scene revealed
Shared via the gag reel of Thor: Love and Thunder, Jamie Alexander was on set in a wheelchair as Lady Siff for the film’s town hall scene, in which the leaders of New Asgard take on the Shadow Realm and a mission to the Omnipotent City. had planned.
Syf may have appeared alongside Thor, Korg, Jane Foster and Valkyrie. The Asgardian hero was put off by the sister dynamics between the other two female warriors.
After being injured in her fight with Gor the God Butcher on Alfheim, Lady Sif lost an arm and most of Love and Thunder were injured, but eventually became involved in training the children of Asgard to fight at the last minute. .
Will Lady Siff return to the MCU?
Lady Siff’s role in Thor: Love and Thunder became minor due to her off-screen injury early in the film. While the loss of her arm naturally rendered her unable to participate in the fight against Gor the God Butcher, her presence in the town hall discussion would have been appreciated.
Who knows when Lady Siff might appear in the MCU, but Love & Thunder has already made its second appearance in Phase 4. The Asgardian Warrior was seen tormenting Loki in TVA’s memory prison during his Disney+ series, but it was only a re-creation of his.
Looking ahead, other than the climactic Avengers movies of Loki Season 2 or the Multiverse Saga, there are no clear projects for Syf to appear in next. Although the actress has hoped to one-day star in her Disney+ spin-off series Syf, it can’t be said if that’s on the table.
No matter what, one can only hope that by the time the battle against Kang the Conqueror comes, Seif will be well versed in one-armed warfare and ready to engage in the multiversal conflict for Avengers.
Thor: Love and Thunder is now streaming on Disney+.