Marvel Announces 'Thor: Love and Thunder'
The fourth Thor motion picture — presently disclosed to be called Thor: Love and Thunder — is headed, and it's bringing an astounding cast part: Natalie Portman, repeating her job as Jane Foster, who'll be emulating her comic partner's example to assume the job of Thor in the film, declared as a feature of Marvel's enormous San Diego Comic-Con board.
The news comes after an early declaration in front of SDCC that revealed that Thor: Rahgnarok chief Taiki Waititi would return direct the fourth portion of the hero establishment. Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson will likewise return for Thor: Love and Thunder, repeating their jobs as Thor and Valkyrie, separately. Hemsworth and Portman are additionally affirmed to be a piece of Marvel's up and coming What If? enlivened arrangement for Disney+, as well.
Portman hasn't shown up in a Marvel film since 2013's Thor: The Dark World (outside of a short appearance in Avengers: Endgame utilising cut film from that film), with Portman herself remarking in 2016 that "Supposedly, I'm done," in reference to future Marvel appearances. There were likewise reports in 2011 that Portman had battled with Marvel over the choice to drop Patty Jenkins, the first executive for Thor 2, from the venture. Her nonappearance in consequent movies had been hand-waved away in Ragnarok by clarifying that Thor and Jane had separated offscreen between movies.
Concerning Portman's job in Thor: Love and Thunder, Marvel is keeping that (alongside essentially any data about the film) hush-hush until further notice. On the comic book side of things, Jane Foster progressed toward becoming Thor after the first Thor was regarded dishonourable to employ his mallet, Mjolnir. Given the current Mjolnir-less condition of the MCU following the third Thor film, however, it's conceivable that Portman's Foster will pick up her faithful powers some other way.
The movie is scheduled to be released on November 05, 2020.