The first ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ teaser Reveals Natalie Portman as the New Thor

After a break from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Natalie Portman is back and more remarkable than any other time in the first teaser for “Thor: Love and Thunder.”

The fourth movie in the “Thor” series is coordinated by Taika Waititi, who helmed the generally welcomed “Thor: Ragnarok.” The film follows closely following “Avengers: Endgame,” which finished with Thor Odinson (Chris Hemsworth), untied after the fall of his realm Asgard, leaving Earth with the Guardians of the Galaxy. The secret starts with him as an individual from the gathering, with Chris Pratt, Pom Klementieff, Dave Bautista, Karen Gillan, Bradley Cooper and Vin Diesel set to repeat their jobs. Past MCU stars Tessa Thompson and Waititi himself – as the stone fighter Korg – will likewise return for the film, yet the greatest snapshot of the mystery comes in the last seconds when Portman’s Jane Foster is uncovered as the new Mighty Thor.

Set to Guns ‘N Roses’ “Sweet Child ‘O Mine,” the trailer starts with Thor on a journey of self-disclosure. “These hands were once utilized for the fight to come, presently there are nevertheless unassuming instruments for harmony,” he says as he sets to the side his new hammer Stormbreaker and watches intergalactic nightfall. “Now I need to figure out exactly who I am.”

After a weight reduction preparing montage and another outfit, Thor abandons the Guardians of the Galaxy to track down his own way. He asserts his hero days are finished and sets off with Korg across the galaxy. The teaser shows brief looks at Thompson’s Valkyrie administering over New Asgard as its above all else, a lightning-bolt employing man who’s logical Russell Crowe as the Greek god Zeus, and Thor on a privateer transport kissing an obscure lady. Covering off the secret, Portman calls down Thor’s hammer Mjolnir, which is currently mystically sorted back out and makes a big appearance in her comic-precise Mighty Thor ensemble.

There’s no indication of Christian Bale’s villain, Gorr the God Butcher, however, the plot portrayal depicts him as an exceptional looking for the termination of the divine beings. Thor, Valkyrie, Korg and Jane should collaborate on “a frightening astronomical experience to uncover the secret of the God Butcher’s retribution and stop him before it’s past the point of no return.”

The story of “Love and Thunder” depends on Jason Aaron’s widely praised run on the comic book “The Mighty Thor,” which saw Jane Foster, who dated and parted ways with Thor, accept the hero’s responsibility after the consecrated hammer Mjolnir considered the Odinson contemptible and stripped him of his powers. In the funnies, in any case, Foster’s recently discovered power-up comes at a weighty expense: Every time she utilizes the hammer, her bosom malignant growth turns out to be more terrible and more awful. However, it’s muddled whether the film will follow a similar storyline.

Portman repeats the job of Jane after last showing up in 2013’s “Thor: The Dark World.” She supposedly passed on the series due to being discontent with the movie, and especially the substitution of the first chief Patty Jenkins with Alan Taylor. Be that as it may, Waititi allegedly straightforwardly persuaded Portman to get back to the MCU for the undertaking.

In addition to old faces, “Love and Thunder” will likewise acquaint new cast individuals with the establishment. Bale’s Gorr the God Butcher is a later expansion to the Marvel standard, having been made by Aaron and Esad Ribic in 2013. Melissa McCarthy and her better half Ben Falcone are likewise expected to show up. Jenny Morris and Simon Russell Beale have been projected in undisclosed jobs for the film. Jaimie Alexander, Sean Gunn and Jeff Goldblum are additionally set to repeat their MCU jobs.

Waititi composed the content for the film with Jennifer Kaytin Robinson. The film is delivered by Kevin Feige and Brad Winderbaum. Marvel Studios produces. The film was recorded in Sydney, Australia last year, in the wake of being postponed over and over because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Thor: Love and Thunder” debuts in Theatre on July 8. Watch the full trailer underneath.

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