The presentation of Phase 4 of the UCM (Marvel Cinematic Universe) in the last San Diego Comic-Con gave us a lot to talk about, especially since the pandemic stop forced to freeze the agendas and the stories have stopped being told. Submerged in this strange dream, we review again and again what lies ahead of us and the truth is that the one that is coming our way is not bad at all. If cinemas were open, of course.
One of the most interesting projects on the marvelite table at the moment, at least for those of us who enjoy each of the colorful moments of the fantastic ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ (Taika Waititi, 2017), is the future ‘Thor: Love and Thunder ‘, sequel of which we already know several encouraging details. With Taika Waititi back at the helm, the film will once again feature Chris Hemsworth as God of Thunder, Tessa Thompson as Asgarth’s new regent (and in search of a queen with whom to share a throne and bedroom) and Natalie Portman, who does not she only returns to the franchise but will do so as a new carrier of the Mjolnir and, therefore, as Almighty Thor.
All these crazy news, in addition to greatly worrying people from another era who, somehow, has reached our era, will arrive a little later than expected but, as we can see in this photo of Hemsworth in training, he has not done let the interpreters relax.
“It is from another world. I feel like I’m not very focused on what muscles do and how they become like that, “said Portman in an interview with Jimmy Kimmel.” Does the blood come out when you use your muscles? He looks very white, doesn’t he? Looks like he would have gone so in a T-shirt, right? Is that what is happening?.
“Chris, we need to get you a spray tan. We have to help you with your muscle images ”, he underlines with a laugh. “It looks great. It’s a lot of pressure, I’ll look like a little grandmother next to him ”.
‘Thor: Love and Thunder’, written and directed by Taika Waititi, will star Natalie Portman, Chris Hemsworth, Tessa Thompson and Christian Bale. Its current release date is February 18, 2022.