WHAT IF...? Promo Reveals More About "What If...Thor Was An Only Child?" (Including Loki's Whereabouts)

Marvel Studios has shared a new promo for tomorrow's episode of What If...?, and as well as shedding some light on why the God of Thunder is an only child in this universe, we also see Thor dancing...

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Move over, "Dancing Zemo!"

Marvel Studios has just dropped a promo for tomorrow's episode of What If...?, and it confirms that in this reality, Loki was never taken to Asgard as a child. Instead, the young Frost Giant was returned to his family, and that left Thor to be brought up as an only child. 

You'd think that not having Loki in his life might have been a good thing for Thor, but it seems like no God of Mischief being around resulted in the hero never actually being humbled. 

As a result, the Asgardian doesn't grow to be the hero we saw find his way in 2011's Thor. Instead, he becomes "Party Thor," and that could spell doom for Earth based on past leaks. Beyond that, we really don't know what to expect, though it has been confirmed that this episode of What If...? will feature the voices of Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, Kat Dennings, and Jeff Goldblum.

Oh, and if you're wondering why we mentioned The Falcon and The Winter Soldier's infamous dance scene with Zemo montage, it's because it appears to have been recreated here with Thor laying down some moves! Honestly, the God of Thunder appears to be a pretty great dancer!

Check out this new promo for What If...? below:

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