Thor 4 Updates: There is a lot of enthusiasm and interest in all of you and about Thor, so let’s see how Thor will dress. The fourth movie focusing on Chris Hemsworth’s God of Thunder is well underway with Taika Waititi back at the helm for what is possibly the craziest Thor movie yet.
Not only is the film stacked to the brim with stars, including Christian Bale, Tessa Thompson, Chris Pratt, and the rest of the Guardians of the Galaxy, but it will also mark the return of Natalie Portman’s Jane Foster who will take on the mantle of The Mighty Thor.
Thor: Love and Thunder recently wrapped filming in Sydney which has led to several cast and crew wrap gifts popping up on social media. This has given fans a better look at some costumes and characters from Thor 4, including the first glimpse at Portman’s Mighty Thor.
Whether or not Jane Foster’s Mighty Thor 4 costume will be closer to Marvel Comics?
Taika Waititi’s film will be closer to Marvel Comics, at least in terms of design. Chris Hemsworth has been playing Thor for the past 11 years, and his most recent cinematic productions have taken the character in wildly different directions, with Thor: Ragnarok shocking audiences by being a loose adaptation of both Planet Hulk and Fear Itself.
Dia, once and for all destroyed the kingdom of Asgard and displaced the Asgardian people into the universe. Avengers: Infinity War then sends Thor on a quest for revenge after Thanos murders his kingdom’s subjects, and Avengers: Endgame ends three film arcs questioning his worth after Thor’s failure gives.
By adapting Jason Aaron’s bold Mighty Thor arc. In it, Thor loses his ability to lift his hammer and as a result, the hammer is captured by Jane Foster, who was undergoing treatment for breast cancer at the time.
A promotional merchandise image has surfaced online, giving fans their first look at Jane’s Mighty Thor costume in Love and Thunder. Probably the most iconic part of Mighty Thor’s overall look is the rudder, a sleek version of the classic winged rudder which Thor wore in many of his early comic book appearances.
In the comics, Jane’s version is a partially open cowl that fits over her head, but in promotional art, it looks like it would be a full cowl that falls below her chin, exactly the design of Captain America’s costume. Kind and in the movies a helmet tied to his chin. Overall, while there aren’t many major aesthetic changes to Mighty Thor’s general design, it seems to serve to give Jane a more armored design, bringing her in line with the rest of the Asgardian style in the MCU.