Thundering Facts About Thor

Thundering Facts About Thor

As per the Norse Mythology, at the end of the world, all the gods, Odin, Loki, and Thor die along with the humans. In the end, evil wins over good and the whole world is covered in water.

Tom Hiddleston got super ripped and auditioned for the role of Thor, but he was chosen for the role of Loki instead.

Mjolnir, the Hammer of Thor can be used as a symbol on tombstone of military veterans in the United States and actually has been used in many.

When, Thor’s hammer was stolen, Heimdall gave the idea to Thor and Loki to cross-dress as bride and bridesmaid and pretend to marry Thrym, the Lord of the Giants. Thor dressed as the bride, and Loki as bridesmaid. However, Thrym suspected both of them because they ate too much for females.

Thor’s hammer should have been much longer and was supposed to be wielded two-handed. When the hammer was being forged, Loki interrupted the dwarf forging the hammer, thus causes Thor’s hammer to be defected.

The chariot of Thor is pulled by two goats Tanngrisnir and Tanngnjóstr. Thor could eat the two goats when hungry and then resurrect them with his hammer provided that no bones were broken.

Superman has once wielded Thor’s hammer. He could do it not because he was “Superman”, but because he was “worthy”. In a scene, Thor tosses his hammer towards Superman, who then uses it to smash through an energy shield.

The day of the week, Thursday, is named after Thor – Thor’s Day.

The name of Thor’s hammer, “Mjölnir”, means “one that grinds things into meal”,

When Thor defeated Iron Man and Captain America, he discovered that he could no longer wield his hammer because he was no longer worthy.

During the shooting of Thor: The Dark World (2013), Natalie Portman was not able to make it for the final kiss scene. When Chris Hemsworth was asked to choose who would take her place, Chris chose his wife, who acted in place of Natalie to shoot the final kiss.

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