Three years, six Disney+ shows, and five theatrical movies later, Marvel fans are at long last going to catch up with Thor Odinson in Marvel Studios' Thor: Love and Thunder. While it's true that promotion for Thor 4 has quite recently started, what the studio has uncovered up to this point has been shockingly uncovering, especially regarding the present status of Chris Hemsworth's Thor and the arrival of Natalie Portman's Jane Foster as Mighty Thor.
For example, in the first trailer, audiences discover that Thor is doing a touch of soul searching and conceivably nearly retirement. The teaser finished with a first look stinger of Jane as Mighty Thor, using a reforged Mjolnir.
While Thor 4's recently premiered second trailer showed a greater amount of Hemsworth's Thor in action, the equivalent can be said for Jane and her new strong persona.
Due to these reveals and the way that Love and Thunder is Hemsworth's fourth MCU solo film, fans have addressed whether Natalie Portman will be the MCU's new Thor pushing ahead. Furthermore, since the second trailer dropped, director Taika Waititi shared his contemplations on the hypothesis.
Marvel Director Responds to Portman Replacing Hemsworth's Thor
In an interview with Total Film, Love and Thunder director Taika Waititi answered the fan hypothesis that Natalie Portman is replacing Chris Hemsworth's God of Thunder, saying...
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