Love and Thunder trailer auto captions for outrageous dialogue mix-ups

Love and Thunder trailer auto captions for outrageous dialogue mix-ups

Even Taika Waititi couldn’t accidentally write such hilarious dialogue.

The ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ writer/director, who penned the MCU script with co-writer Jennifer Kaytin Robinson, took to Twitter to joke about the new trailer’s messed up automatic captions , released on May 23. The film will premiere in theaters on July 8.

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“Lol if robots are planning to take over the world, they’re going to have to learn different accents,” Oscar winner Waititi said. wrote. “Well done, @Twitter technology!”

The ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ filmmaker captured a series of stills from the ‘Love and Thunder’ trailer to capture just how outrageous the auto-generated captions were. Christian Bale as the villainous Gorr the Butcher God is shown saying “Oh my God, well, die”, while Thor (Chris Hemsworth) is captioned as assuring Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson) that he understands “according to my feelings”.

“This movie is going to be a wild ride for the hearing impaired,” Waititi tweeted with a screenshot of the dialogue written as “of course we help them and possibly the grapes.”

“The Boys” actor Anthony Starr responded with crying and laughing emojis, while fans responded with grape-related memes.

“Thor: Love and Thunder” picks up after the fall of Asgard and the events of “Avengers: Endgame,” during which Thor (Hemsworth) tries to find inner peace but is hampered by Gorr’s (Bale) threat of extinguish the gods. Thor enlists the help of Korg (voiced by Waititi) and Valkyrie (Thompson) in his mission.

Thor’s ex-girlfriend, Jane Foster (Natalie Portman), is also shown wielding the Mjolnir hammer as Mighty Thor. The team of gods also join forces with Guardians of the Galaxy, which includes fan-favorite Rocket Raccoon voiced by Bradley Cooper, in addition to Chris Pratt, Pom Klementieff, Dave Bautista, Vin Diesel (voice of Groot) and Karen Gillan. resuming their roles.

Waititi called the film “the craziest thing I’ve ever done”, adding: “I really feel like we put everything – every idea and every ridiculous concept or gag or stunt or character – into this movie. I couldn’t be happier with it.

The Marvel movie is produced by Kevin Feige, with executive producers Victoria Alonso, Louis D’Esposito and Todd Hallowell. “Thor: Love and Thunder” hits theaters on July 8 as part of the MCU’s Phase Four rollout.

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