With Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Now in theaters, Marvel fans can look forward to the next MCU movie: Thor: Love and Thunder. This highly anticipated film features the return of Chris Hemsworth’s Thor, Guardians of the Galaxy and Natalie Portman’s Jane Foster, now with Thor’s powers. Now that we’re in the middle of May, we’re less than two months away from the sequel.
Director Taika Waititi has announced a film for Entertainment Weeklyand tempered audience expectations that this film was a little more serious and a little less party-like than its predecessor. Thor: Ragnarok. While the film is «still fun,» Waititi explained, thematically, it’s «about something deeper than the previous film.»
It’s not a serious movie or a drama, but we’re dealing with ideas that I think a lot of people are dealing with – universal themes about love and loss and our place in the world. Everyone seems to be asking this question in the movie: What is your goal? What is the reason you are a hero and what do you do when you have these powers? …It’s actually kind of like a midlife crisis movie.
These ideas are reflected in the first Thor: Love and Thunderin which Hemsworth’s Thor seeks his place in the universe after Avengers: Endgame.
Waititi also claimed that Love and ThunderIdeas matter a lot right now, “while the world is still healing from this pandemic,” when we should be asking ourselves, “Are we doing the right thing and doing the best we can in the world?” Consider this question as you read this blog post about an upcoming Marvel movie about a space god who can strike people with lightning.
Thor: Love and Thunder scheduled to open exclusively in theaters on July 8.
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