Marvel had a scene depicting bisexuality from the extended cut of Thor: Ragnarok left on the cutting room floor.
The film included bisexual superhero Valkyrie, played by Tessa Thompson, who has a female love interest come out of her room, according to PinkNews. Thompson said in an interview with Rolling Stone she had pushed for the scene, but it was removed “because it distracted from the scene’s vital exposition.”
Another shot featured Valkyrie mourning a fellow female warrior. According to Thompson, the scene helps signal her character's sexuality despite not saying it explicitly.
“There’s a great shot of me falling back from one of my sisters who’s just been slain,” she said. “In my mind, that was my lover.”