The “Thor: Love & Thunder” goat scream, no way Taylor Swift is the original! Which video?


Last Updated on 07/13/2022 by てんしょく飯


Was Taylor Swift’s “I Knew You Were Trouble” the inspiration for the goat’s scream in “Thor: Love & Thunder”?



Where did the goat scream in “Thor: Love & Thunder” come from?


The hit MCU film “Thor: Love & Thunder” is a film that attracts attention not only for its story but also for the characters themselves, including Jane, played by Natalie Portman, Gore, played by Christian Bale, and Gore’s daughter Love, played by Chris Hemsworth’s own daughter who plays Thor.


Fans who have already seen the film are constantly mentioning one character’s name. It is a goat!


Toothless Grinder, the white goat, and Toothless Nasher, the black goat, have been the talk of the town, “Too noisy, but addictive!” They’re “too noisy, but addictive! The reason is that they make a lot of screaming noises.





However, the two animals were not originally planned to scream. Director Taika Waititi told Insider, “The goats were not supposed to scream. The goats are in the comics, so we knew they would be in the movie. But we didn’t know what the voices of the two animals would be like,” and lo and behold, the two addictive screams were not heard at the time of filming.


But during post-production, the production team found… a meme video using “I Knew You Were Trouble” by singer Taylor Swift! In this video, Taylor is interrupted in the middle of her screaming and singing by a screaming goat, and it is popular on the Internet as an amusing video.

I didn’t even know it existed, but when I heard about the screaming goats, I thought it would be funny,” the director said, revealing the production process.


It was a scene of how the CG creatures would appear in the movie, and I thought it was really interesting. It wasn’t supposed to be used in the film or anything. It was just an update. But that scream was seriously awesome.”


The fact that it was born out of a sense of fun is very typical of director Waititi’s work. Incidentally, many fans expect Director Waititi to be the voice of the goat, but he says, “A lot of people think it’s me who is screaming, but it’s not.