Thor: Love and Thunder’s New Goddess of Thunder Revealed

“Thor: Love and Thunder” is scheduled to hit theaters on July 8, 2022. Natalie Portman will portray Doctor Jane Foster, the Mighty Thor with Mjolnir in hand.

Directed by Taika Waititi, Thor: Love and Thunder will be the fourth film in the “Thor” series. In “Avengers: Endgame,” Thor has left Earth with the Guardians of the Galaxy after Asgard collapsed.

As the new member of the group, Hemsworth is joined by Chris Pratt as Peter Quill/Star-Lord and Vin Diesel as Groot. Gamora is notably absent.

In the new trailer, Thor leaves the Guardians of the Galaxy and discovers his own path.

Thor was on a journey looking for peace when he was interrupted by Gorr. The God Butcher is seeking to kill all the gods with his axe, and Thor’s only hope of stopping him is with King Valkyrie Korg, ex-girlfriend Jane Foster, who also wields the hammer Mjolnir. Thor needs their help if he wants to find out more about the God Butcher and stop him.

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Those returning for the sequel include Tessa Thompson, Sean Gunn, Jeff Goldblum, Jaimie Alexander, and Taika Waititi playing Korg. In addition to this, Christopher Bale will play Gorr the God Butcher and Russel Crowee will be Zeus.

Tom Hiddleston will not be playing Loki in the Marvel Cinematic Multiverse. Even though he died in “Avengers: Infinity War”, the Marvel Cinematic Universe does exist.

The show will be starring Luke Hemsworth, Matt Damon and Sam Neill in the roles of Thor, Loki and Odin respectively and Melissa McCarthy as the goddess of death Hela. The in-movie play will tell the story of Asgard.

“Love and Thunder” is based off of the comic book by Jason Aaron; Foster, who dated and broke up with Thor, takes over as Goddess of Thunder after the Mjolnir deemed him unworthy. When she uses the hammer, her breast cancer becomes more severe.

Jane Foster comes from the comics and was introduced in 2011’s “Thor.” The character returned to the Thor cinematic universe in 2013’s “Thor: The Dark World,” she became Thor’s love interest and left due to being unhappy with the film, not director Patty Jenkins. Waititi convinced Portman to comeback.

Marvel has released two sequels, one slated for July, the other for November. Movies on Marvel’s list that were originally slated to be released in the fall are now scheduled for different months-some even in wintertime. So while no one understands what’s going on, this is nothing new to a loyal Marvel fan.

“Thor: Love and Thunder” will most likely begin streaming on DisneyPlus in September. Feel free to stream “Moon Knight” or “Ms. Marvel,” which will be streaming in June.

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