Thor 4 star and actress Natalie Portman has said that the MCU movie will be “silly and funny.” She recently spoke to Jimmy Fallon on his The Tonight Show.
Mentioning the director of the film, Taika Waititi, she said that he’s wonderful. And also that she is very excited to be a part of it all.
Academy Award winner Portman will return to her role as Jane Foster. But this time, she will become the Mighty Thor.
“Thor 4” details and Mighty Thor storyline
After Avengers’ events Endgame, we saw Chris Hemsworth’s Thor going with the Galaxy Guardians.
And it also gave a hint of what might happen next to his arc in the MCU storyline.
However, during 2019’s San Diego Comic-Con, the reveal of Natalie Portman as Lady Thor shocked everyone.
Although comic book fans know about this plot, the regular moviegoers were surprised. They are now excited to see a female Thor in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Mighty Thor’s story follows Jane, who has cancer and is suffering through pain. Then she becomes worthy while also transforming into Lady Thor.
Not to mention that she will also wield the hammer “Mjolnir.”
MCU Phase four line-up and schedule
Black Widow will be the first film beginning in the next phase. But due to the pandemic, it’s not been able to come out in theaters. Now it’s been postponed for a May 2021 release.
Other projects already revealed by Marvel include shows like Loki, WandaVision, and Falcon and the Winter Soldier. While Ms. Marvel, She-Hulk, and Hawkeye will be coming in the future. They all will stream on the Disney+ platform.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Spider-Man 3, and Captain Marvel 2 are yet to start shooting or currently in production. Along with them, there’s also a Blade movie that may arrive in Phase five, probably.
Coming to Thor 4 again, right now, it is said to release on February 11, 2022. It is the revised date for this title.
However, all these big projects will come after a long and tiring delay because movies and shows face a big challenge amid COVID-19.
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