Thor: Love and Thunder Updates: Natalie Portman’s physical transition for Taika Waititi’s Thor: Love and Thunder are teased in a new picture from the location of the upcoming Marvel movie.
Natalie Portman has a rugged new body in a recent set shot from Thor: Love and Thunder. Portman first appeared in a Marvel movie in 2011, in Thor, which featured Chris Hemsworth as the titular Avenger. She plays Dr. Jane Foster, an astrophysicist doing the study in New Mexico, in the first installment.
Thor finally partners up with Foster, her associate Darcy Lewis (Kat Dennings), and her coach, Dr. Erik Selvig (Stellan Skarsgärd), after his spectacular arrival in the desert, to find a way to back to his empire, Asgard.
During this pursuit, Thor develops feelings for Foster, though complications eventually emerge as they strive to establish a relationship against the backdrop of a god-vs-god war.
Thor: Love and Thunder: Natalie Portman
Although the first movie was a box office smash, its meandering sequel let both audiences and critics down. However, the third film, Thor: Ragnarok, vastly improved on the previous movies. However, the third movie, Thor: Ragnarok, vastly improved on the previous installments.
Taika Waititi reimagined the Norse god’s tale, creating a witty, satirical story that tapped into Thor’s sociable, silly personality. It also marked the beginning of a wider redemption arc for Loki, the disenchanted brother, and protagonist of the first few Marvel movies.
While the film helped to fix previous faults in the series, it also struggled to include an arc for Dr. Foster, who was completely absent from the story. The upcoming fourth movie, which is a sequel of sorts to Thor: Ragnarok, is said to have brought Portman back and extended her appearance.
Delaney King, a Twitter user, shared a screenshot from the set of Thor: Love and Thunder, featuring Portman dressed as Foster, her arms visibly muscular.
Waititi, who is directing the fourth installment, has announced that he will adapt main plot elements from the Mighty Thor comics, which follow Dr. Foster as she experiences Thor’s powers after overcoming cancer. The first picture reveals Portman’s physical transition for her new job.
As a result, Thor: Love and Thunder looks to be an engaging cinematic experience, particularly with Waititi’s cheeky, optimistic direction. It would be equally thrilling to see Portman’s character take on this important role and engage with Tessa Thompson’s Valkyrie, the future king of Asgard.
The MCU’s fourth phase has revealed projects with much-needed women inclusion, such as Black Widow and Captain Marvel 2. Dr. Foster’s physical transition should bring dimension and nuance to her overarching arc, as well as her newfound status as a heroine in the Marvel universe.
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