Thor Ragnarok deleted scene is all about Jeff Goldblum’s charmingly unhinged Grandmaster


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Updated: February 11, 2018 8:46 am

Jeff Goldblum’s Grandmaster was one of the best things about Thor: Ragnarok. We saw Jeff Goldblum showing his unhinged side as the Grandmaster, presiding over battles to deaths on his home planet Sakaar. The scene shows Thor sitting in a room, somewhere on Sakaar, and watching the Grandmaster on a hologram, doing… well, doing what Grandmaster would do. Mine was Jeff Goldblum’s ridiculously funny Grandmaster, the owner of the planet Sakaar, where Thor found Hulk, Loki, and Valkyrie. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd Some like Chris Hemsworth and his portrayal of the God (not Lord, mind you) of Thunder, some like Tom Hiddleston’s wiggly Loki, some others like Tessa Thompson’s badass Valkyrie and some prefer Mark Ruffalo’s green rage monster, Hulk. Thor, awkwardly, turns off the hologram.