The actress has built up muscles for the role, and will finally take full part in the adventure, promises Taika Waititi. “You don’t want her to come back just to play this same character who walks around with scientific equipment.”
The trailer of Thor: Love and Thunder implied that Natalie Portmanfinally back as Jane Foster after being absent from Ragnarokwould in turn embody Thor, as in the comics The Mighty Thor, by Jason Aaron, adored by Marvel fans. An idea since confirmed by the first posters of the blockbusterthen by Taika Waititi in person, who clarified withEmpire : “I didn’t know that we would use the story of mighty thor before we really start writing our screenplay. I was working on it and I thought, ‘Wouldn’t it be cool to bring Jane back into this storyline?’ You don’t want Natalie to come back just to play this same character who walks around with scientific equipment. You know that while Thor flies off to new adventures, she’s left on Earth, tapping her feet wondering, ‘When is he coming back?’a, that’s boring. We want her to take full part in the adventure. Besides, Natalie is very funny in life. She’s funny, has a sharp sense of humor, but I don’t think that was exploited enough in the early films.”
In addition to these clarifications from the director, who promised an even crazier sequel than RagnarokMarvel unveiled within the same magazine a new image of Thor: Love and Thunder, which is precisely dedicated to the two interpreters of the God of Thunder, Natalie Portman and Chris Hemsworth. With classic costumes, straight from the comics. Like her male counterpart, who is more and more muscular over the films, the 40-year-old actress has obviously undergone intensive physical training to interpret the superheroine. The blockbuster will be released on July 13 at the cinema.
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