The fourth movie in the Thor movie series from the Marvel Cinematic Universe is “Love and Thunder.”The film was released in 2022 and directed by Taika Waititi, who also directed the previous Thor film, “Thor: Ragnarok.” The film stars Chris Hemsworth as Thor, Tessa Thompson as Valkyrie, and Natalie Portman as Jane Foster, who becomes Thor in the movie. The film also features the return of Tom Hiddleston as Loki and the debut of Christian Bale as Gorr the God Butcher.
Love & Thunder’s Concept Art Shows An Experienced Mighty Thor
Storyboard artist for Thor: Love and Thunder, Anthony Winn, just made new concept drawings for the movie public (via AnthonyWinnArt.com). Mighty Thor is depicted against many powerful cosmic foes, like Galactus and Gargantos (previously seen in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness). The omitted scenes quickly illustrated Jane’s growing strength as Mighty Thor and her trip to develop into the seasoned warrior in Love and Thunder. Dr. Jane Foster’s confidence in facing Gorr the God Butcher and his army of shadow monsters might easily be attributed to prior experience taking on such honorable adversaries. A fight montage featuring the cut sequences would have demonstrated the significance of Jane’s moniker, Mighty Thor. Her telepathic relationship with Mjolnir and the hammer’s newly discovered abilities to fragment and reform could have been explored further.
Why Was The Mighty Thor Wasted By Love & Thunder?
Thor and Jane’s reunion, which was crucial to the story of Thor: Love and Thunder, would not have occurred if Mighty Thor had been shown battling the likes of Galactus alone. If Jane had already fought and overcome countless formidable foes, Gorr would undoubtedly be no match for Thor’s assistance. Despite her disease advancing every time she set down Mjolnir, her sacrifice would not have been as meaningful in the end. Nevertheless, Jane Foster’s sacrifice does not imply that fans have seen Mighty Thor for all, thanks to the introduction of the Multiverse in the MCU.
Whether it’s for Avengers: Secret Wars to reflect Natalie Portman’s comic book role or to aid in the Thor franchise’s much-needed tone adjustment, Natalie Portman’s Mighty Thor ought to come back. The plot of Mighty Thor and Natalie Portman’s performance currently serves as the film’s saviors. Otherwise, the action comedy was polarising, full of salty humor, and repeated jokes about ex-lovers (human or hammer). Mighty Thor was a fantastic new character that Thor: Love and Thunder did a good job introducing; Portman may return to play her in the future.
Love and Thunder ending story
When Love and Thunder close, Thor and Jane Foster/The Mighty Thor have persuaded Gorr, the God Butcher, to pray for his daughter’s rebirth rather than exterminating all the gods of the universe. Thor becomes the de facto foster father to Gorr’s daughter, whom he refers to as “Love,” after Foster passes away (more on her later). Hey, she also possesses superpowers! Who would have guessed? We are left to believe that Thor and Love continue to fight crime together in New Asgard. Nice, huh? Marvel won’t let Thor enjoy his alone for very long, as you know.