Thor: Love and Thunder is a Taika Waititi-directed American fantasy superhero film. Thor stars Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, Tessa Thompson, and is directed by Jon Favreau. This movie will also feature the Guardians of the Galaxy. It is the fourth part in the Thor movie series.
Kevin Feige’s production company, Marvel Studios, is funding the film. Mark Mothersbaugh composed the soundtrack for this picture, which was released by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures.
Thor: Love and Thunder will be released on July 8, 2022. It was moved back from its intended November 5, 2021 date led to a couple of problems.
Thor: Love and Thunder has officially gotten its debut trailer. It shows Chris Hemsworth’s Thor going through some major soul-searching, with a little help from Chris Pratt’s Star-Lord.
The teaser also shows Valkyrie as King of Asgard, as well as a peek of Russell Crowe’s Zeus — and, of course, Natalie Portman reprising her role as Jane Foster holding the Mjolnir.
Who is front and centre in Thor 4 comes as no surprise. Yep. Chris Hemsworth reprises his role as Thor, the God of Thunder. Valkyrie, the newly-installed monarch of New Asgard, will be joining him (Tessa Thompson). However, fans of Loki will be disappointed to learn that Tom Hiddleston will not be reprising his role.
Natalie Portman was introduced on stage as a surprise at SDCC 2019. She would be coming back to the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Jane Foster, but not just any Jane Foster. Jane Foster will be The Mighty Thor, a narrative hook straight from comic writer Jason Aaron’s famed mid-2010s Thor run, whether she’s from the multiverse or not. In addition, Portman recently confirmed that her persona will be treated for cancer. Check out what the comics have to say about Natalie Portman’s Mighty Thor if you’re not sure what to anticipate.
Russell Crowe has played a character in the film and stated that he will portray Zeus, which means we can expect to see a lot of thunder if the two thunder gods meet.
Sif has been brought back by Jaimie Alexander, and other MCU characters, like Matt Damon repeating his role from Thor: Ragnarok, could be on the way. On Asgard, he portrayed an actor who played Loki. Sam Neil, who portrayed the role of Odin in the same play, has also hinted at a possible appearance.
Taika Waititi, who plays Korg in the film, will also reprise his role as director. After his appearance in Thor: Ragnarok and a glimpse in Avengers: Endgame as noobmaster69, the superstar will be making his third appearance.
Chris Pratt as Star-Lord, Vin Diesel as Groot, Karen Gillan as Nebula, Dave Bautista as Drax, and Pom Klementieff as Mantis all appear in the upcoming Thor film. We also know that Rocket Raccoon is present and accounted for, so we can infer that Bradley Cooper is as well. The Galaxy’s Asgardians are again on the move.
Jeff Goldblum has been photographed in Australia alongside Hemsworth and Waititi, indicating that the Grandmaster is making a comeback. Melissa McCarthy has also been spotted on site, portraying Cate Blanchett’s Hela as an Asgardian.
Christian Bale has stepped on to portray Gorr the God Butcher, who played a major role in Jason Aaron’s tenure as the guy who killed gods throughout time and space, and will be pitted against the Thors. For Odin’s sake, he effectively became Marvel’s version of Kratos. What’s not to appreciate about that? Thanks to some set images, we’ve had our first look of Bale in costume, and he’s looking quite comic accurate. Since then, a LEGO set has revealed an even better view of the villain.
Furthermore, Waititi has set some lofty goals for the character. “Christian Bale is, in our honest opinion, the best villain Marvel has ever had,” he told the Associated Press.