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After Endgam e, the future of Marvel Studios & # 39; Thor Franchise looked uncertain ; Chris Hemsworth's God of Thunder had given up his reign in New Asgard and set off on new adventures with the Guardians of the Galaxy, but fear not, director Taika Waititi has just confirmed that in Marvel's next phase, Thor will still be on show, just as we've never seen the character on screen before.
During a panel discussion at the San Diego Comic Con, Natalie Portman stepped up and quit her Returning to the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Jane Foster, she reveals that in the upcoming film Thor: Love and Thunder she will take over Thor's mantle, inspired by an act from 2014 on Q uellen-Comics will follow Love and Thunder Jane, who deserves to use Thor's Hammer, and who is filled with his powers, and will take the title of "Goddess of Thunder".
Portman played Jane Foster in the first two films of Thor however, did not return for Ragnarok and the fans had assumed that they would probably never reappear as their role in the movies mostly Thors was interested in love. (While many well-known faces returned for Endgame Portman's cameo from untapped material The Dark World .) But it looks like Marvel and Waititi can lure them back with the promise of a much meatier part in this fourth part of the series.
While the prospect of a Thor woman sparked some controversy among comic fans when the new version of the character appeared in 2014, it's worth noting that Marvel set a precedent much earlier. Jane introduced Mjolnir for the first time in the seventies.
In addition to the introduction of a Thor woman, Love and Thunder also features the return of Tessa Thompson as the Valkyrie, who appointed Thor as King of Asgard before leaving. During the same panel, Thompson noted to the audience that Valkyrie, as king, would be the first to "find a queen," which strongly implies that the bisexuality of the figure is displayed on the screen as a canon.