Chris Hemsworth is one of the most successful actors going around in the world right now. He has made the character of ‘Thor’ his own in the MCU movies. In the movie Avengers: Infinity War, it seems the actor had a hard time pronouncing the word ‘Nidavellir’, so much so that he mispronounced it twice in the movie that made the final cut. A fan on Twitter pointed out the mispronunciation and tweeted, “Thor says ‘Nivadellir’ instead of ‘Nidavellir’. (The d and v are switched) He says it wrong twice on Quill’s ship, and again while riding inside the pod with Rocket and Groot.” However, in another scene, he correctly pronounces it as ‘Nidavellir’.
This specific goof-up is also pointed out on the IMDb page of the movie Avengers: Infinity War under the section ‘goofs’. It reads, “When Thor is explaining to the Guardians of the Galaxy where they need to go to forge a weapon to kill Thanos, he pronounces the destination as ‘Nivadellir’ instead of ‘Nidavellir’. He says it wrong twice in that scene. Yet, In the third act of the film he correctly pronounces it as ‘Nidavellir’.” A lot of fans have also confirmed this and a few threads on Reddit have been dedicated to this specific topic.
A fan wrote, “I just watched Infinity War again and had to double-check, but Thor definitely pronounces it Nivadellir every single time, while everyone else pronounces it Nidavellir. I have an extremely hard time imagining that The Russos & Co. would let something so important go unnoticed. Do you think it was intentional?”
Avengers: Infinity War became the first-ever MCU film to gross more than 2 billion dollars worldwide, but was eventually surpassed by its successor, Avengers: Endgame. The actor was last seen in the Netflix original movie Extraction which has been one of the highest viewed movies on the streaming platform. ALSO READ: Extraction 2 Confirmed: Joe Russo Makes The Big Announcement; Will Chris Hemsworth AKA Tyler Rake Be Back?
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