With Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness having effectively halted the danger of the Scarlet Witch against all existence (for the moment), it's the ideal opportunity for fans to carry their attention to the next movie on Marvel Studios' slate: Thor: Love and Thunder. Fans got the first full trailer a few weeks ago, which gave a brief look at Thor's new peacekeeping persona, the Guardians of the Galaxy, and Jane Foster's Goddess of Thunder.

However extraordinary as it might have been, for reasons unknown, the preview was short, clocking at just shy of 90 seconds. That, yet it neglected to give a legitimate glance at the film's main villain: Christian Bale's Gorr the God Butcher.

While fans have had the option to get a brief look at him through some early product pictures, there hasn't been anything in that frame of mind of footage or screenshots from the actual project.

Fortunately, the opportunity has arrived for another trailer. This time around, Gorr showed himself to the world, and it didn't disappoint.

Thor's Trailer Brings the Gorr

Marvel Studios visited the NBA Playoffs, where they carried with them a brand new trailer for Taika Watiti's Thor: Love and Thunder.

The most amazing aspect, all things considered, Fans get to see the first footage of Christian Bale's unnerving Gorr the God Butcher.

For practically the whole trailer, the chilling villain is introduced to audiences in black and white, a distinct difference from the striking shades of the remainder of the film.

Within the black and white, notwithstanding, Gorr's eyes grow an intense yellow-orange. It's important that the dialogue spoken in the scene displayed beneath doesn't appear to match the visuals in plain view.

Christian Bale's villain makes it into one scene with a full tone, where he proclaims his mission against the Gods. He can likewise be seen taking the Necrosword with the nightfall somewhere far off.

Alongside the trailer, Marvel Studios dropped an extraordinary poster, which shows off Chris Hemsworth and Natalie Portman's Thors in vivid color:

See the whole trailer below.

The Terrifying Gorr the God Butcher

Indeed, Gorr the God Butcher surely satisfies everyone's expectations — he's totally unnerving. Besides the fact that the villain is chill-inducing, he looks incredible, regardless of whether his head tendrils from the comics aren't there.

The different black and white segments including the character are a truly creative choice. What makes it far and away superior is the way it reflects his central goal; those scenes have no color, unlike all other clear scenes in the film, all of which have Gods. He expects to wipe them out of existence, something impeccably addressed by this visual peculiarity rejuvenated by director Taika Watiti.

Ideally, this version of Gorr will adjust his grievous history in its terrible adversities in general. In the comics, those events incorporate the passing of his mother, spouse, and a few youngsters — despite the fact that they prayed for God to save them, no one came. At the point when he coincidentally finds the Necrosword because of real Gods colliding with his backwater planet, he starts his campaign: "all Gods must die."

Thor Odinson and the team won't escape this one with such ease.

Thor: Love and Thunder premieres in cinemas on July 8.

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