AdvertisemenThe actress will star in the fourth installment of the god of thunder with Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson.
Marvel Studios' plans for Thor: Love and Thunder, the fourth installment of the Thunder God, has been one of the big surprises of Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe that the company has announced at this year's Comic-Con. Not only because Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson will return, respectively, as Thor and Valkyrie; also because Natalie Portman will return to the franchise to give life to Lady Thor, the female version of the Asgardian superhero.
The last time we saw the performer in the Marvel Cinematic Universe was like Jane Foster in Thor: The Dark World - in Avengers: Endgame only recorded a few voice lines - but the company wanted to retrieve it to introduce on the big screen to This important character. The actress went to the event held this weekend in San Diego to give the news and raise the Mjölnir and has not hesitated to share her enthusiasm through her Instagram account with a promise: get caught to play Lady Thor.
“So excited to share the news with you today at the 2019 Comic-Con in San Diego that I will return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe as the female Thor with legends like Taika Waititi, Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth (remember this as the image of before to get caught) ”, writes the interpreter in the publication.
Kevin Feige, president of Marvel Studios, has spoken about this return and explained why Waititi, director of the future Thor: Love and Thunder after getting behind the cameras at Thor: Ragnarok, wanted to introduce this version of the god of thunder. “We love history. It is one of the best comic book stories of now. [Taika Waititi] leafed through and read that story while doing Ragnarok, ”Feige tells CNN. “He introduced it to us and we agreed. We loved it. We have kept in touch with Natalie. It is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe family and we reunite it with Taika. It took a single meeting to accept, ”he concludes.
Thor: Love and Thunder release in the United States on November 5, 2021.