Thor: Love & Thunder Updates: James Gunn, the director of Guardians of the Galaxy, has stated that he has read and offered feedback on the script for Thor: Love and Thunder. Love and Thunder is the fourth movie in the Thor franchise and the second to be directed by Oscar-winner Taika Waititi, who is credited for reviving the brand with Thor: Ragnarok in 2017.
The Norse God of Thunder will adventure alongside Star-Lord and the rest of the Guardians gang in Love and Thunder, which will start up where Avengers: Endgame left off.
At the close of Endgame, the two argue about who is in control of the ship and squad, giving audiences a hint of their humorous adversarial relationship.
The Guardians of the Galaxy will play a big part in the Thor sequel, according to recent remarks from the cast members as well as behind-the-scenes set photographs.
Although the narrative of the film is still unknown, the Guardians definitely play a significant part, necessitating the involvement of James Gunn, who mainly molded the current incarnation of the squad.
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On Instagram, Gunn just announced his involvement in the Thor sequel. “Yes, and yes (and it’s wonderful),” Gunn said in answer to a query about whether he had seen the script and if he had given feedback on it. Despite his commitment to DC’s The Suicide Squad, it appears that the filmmaker has found time to work on Love and Thunder.
With as many moving pieces as the MCU, it’s understandable that a filmmaker like Gunn would feel a feeling of ownership over his section of the series. Earlier to the first Guardians film, the Guardians were a minor part of Marvel history, but they have since become franchise mainstays alongside the Avengers.
Gunn‘s extreme interpretations of the original comic characters, which have now become the canonical incarnations of each, are mainly responsible for this.
Despite Disney’s strange choice to dismiss and then rehire Gunn due to previous insulting remarks, the filmmaker has demonstrated that he is still interested in working on the brand. Clearly, his affection for the characters surpasses whatever resentment he may still have toward the occurrence.
While the Guardians of the Galaxy sequel is still a few years away, we can hope to see the gang in Thor: Love and Thunder next year.
Thor (Chris Hemsworth) and Star-Lord (Chris Pratt) are slated to star in the film, as well as the surprise return of Jane Foster (Natalie Portman), who hasn’t been in the franchise since 2013’s Thor: The Dark World.