Thor: Love and Thunder trailer Reveals Natalie Portman’s Thor wielding Mjolnir

Love & Thunder Trailer

Marvel Studios reveals Natalie Portman’s Mighty Thor in the first Thor: Love and Thunder trailer, uncovering its first look at Chris Hemsworth’s return.

Marvel Studios delivers its first trailer for Thor: Love and Thunder. The fourth Thor film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe presents the return of Chris Hemsworth to be the God of Thunder. The actor teams up with Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi again. There was a lot of speculation about Thor: Love and Thunder and it includes the arrival of numerous other Marvel characters, the most notable is Natalie Portman as Lady Thor though her Jane Foster hasn’t shown up in MCU films since Thor: The Dark World. Tessa Thompson’s Valkyrie, who was presented in Ragnarok, will likewise be back. Moreover, after the Avengers: Endgame ending left Thor with the Guardians of the Galaxy, those characters will likewise show up in the film.

Thor: Love and Thunder

It is very clear that the story of Thor: Love and Thunder will pick up from the ending of Avengers: Endgame, timing up with Guardians of the Galaxy and Waititi has offered some tidbits since the film was reported in July 2019. He’s said Love and Thunder is a more emotional film than Ragnarok, saying it’s more about love. The director has additionally hinted Love and Thunder will pull from Jason Aaron’s Mighty Thor comics, which followed Jane Foster wielding Mjolnir and acquiring Thor’s powers, all while battling cancer. Check out the Thor: Love and Thunder below:

The Thor: Love and Thunder trailer has officially been delivered by Marvel Studios. It sees the arrival of Hemsworth’s Thor, Portman’s Jane Foster, and Thompson’s Valkyrie. Christian Bale’s Gorr the God Butcher isn’t uncovered yet, however, he is mentioned in the film’s official synopsis. As per the Thor: Love and Thunder summary, Thor goes into retirement, yet it’s Gorr’s mission to kill gods.

Thor: Love and Thunder

The Thor: Love and Thunder trailer appears to uncover a large part of the film’s story, beginning with Thor going with the Guardians of the Galaxy before he chooses to give up superhero-ing in favor of forging a path of self-reflection and self-discovery. In view of the shot of the Guardians running into a fight and Thor turning his back, he might choose this amidst one of the Guardians’ missions. From that point, Thor leaves Stormbreaker and goes on his own excursion, which appears to include captaining a ship. It shows, basically for a period, Thor will head out in a different direction with none of his previous friends and partners next to him, which is interesting for the God of Thunder.