It’s no secret that Thor Love & Thunder allows the god of thunder to meet Zeus, the god of lightning, played on screen by Russel Crowe. The meeting between the two men also ends in a fight, following a disagreement on principle, leaving Zeus for dead after being struck by his own weapon. We have to wait for the first post-credits scene to see Zeus again, to see that he is far from having left the gun and that the latter no longer has any desire to be funny. Better, he prepares his revenge by asking his son Hercules to prepare to go into battle. The opportunity to discover that it is Brett Goldstein who lends his features to the son of Zeus and seems ready to settle accounts with the Asgarian demigod. A teaser that suggests that the next adventures of Thor should allow you to explore the gods of Greek mythology a little more, especially since Chris Hemsworth and Taika Waititi seem ready to put the cover back for a Thor 5. If for the hour, nothing has been validated on the side of Marvel, seeing Brett Goldstein (from the Ted Lasso series) in the role of Hercules would be quite exciting. But probably, even on the side of the actor, nothing has yet been validated…
I really do not know. And I’m not trying to lie or be evasive, I really don’t know. All I know is what I did that day and that’s it. We could stop at that and it would be 3 super fun seconds.
Brett Goldstein therefore knows nothing about the future of his character, but says he is ready to re-enter as soon as Marvel Studios gives him the green light. Not really surprising that the future of the MCU is not shared with its actors, Marvel being customary to keep its intrigues safe from spoilers and leaks, which are constantly numerous around each of the projects. In any case, Brett Goldstein seems ready to re-enlist for the role of Hercules, especially since he seems to have the support of some of his partners such as Hannah Waddingham.