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Il quarto capitolo di Thor si intitolerà Thor - Love and Thunder.
La particolarità è che sarà incentrato sul personaggio di Thor donna, cioè Jane Foster, interpretata da Nathalie Portman.
Accanto a lei, Thor e Valchiria.

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SDCC 2019: Marvel Studios' 'Thor: Love & Thunder' Announced

In theaters November 5, 2021. Starring Chris Hemsworth, Tessa Thompson and Natalie Portman. Taika Waititi returns to direct.

Today at San Diego Comic-Con 2019, Marvel Studios took to the stage in Hall H to reveal the upcoming movies and TV shows from the studio – including the next chapter of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and what’s planned for Disney+.

Feige talked about the next Thor film, Marvel Studios' Thor: Love and Thunder, which will be the fourth feature film in the Thor franchise. It was revealed that Jane Foster, played by Natalie Portman, will become the Mighty Thor, the goddess of thunder.

Director Taika Waititi, Chris Hemsworth, Tessa Thompson, and Natalie Portman all came on stage for the presentation, eliciting a wild response from the Hall H audience who are looking forward to the film’s November 5, 2021 debut in theaters.


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How Marvel's Female Thor Can Finally Do Natalie Portman Justice

The actor will return as Jane Foster in 'Thor: Love and Thunder,' a film that draws upon one of the most acclaimed comic book runs of the decade.
One of the biggest surprises to come out of the Marvel Studios' Comic-Con panel on Saturday was the return of Natalie Portman as Jane Foster. Despite showing up at the premiere of Avengers: Endgame, a who’s who of faces from the first 11 years of Marvel Studios, it seemed Portman’s days in the Marvel Cinematic Universe were behind her after Thor: The Dark World (2013). Aside from brief mentions in Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) and Thor: Ragnarok (2017), and a quick appearance in Avengers: Endgame, by way of unused footage from The Dark World and a new voice over that Portman recorded for the scene, it seemed safe to assume that Foster was part of the MCU’s past. But with the announcement of her return in Taika Waititi’s Thor: Love and Thunder, it seems she’ll be an integral part of the MCU’s future, and rightfully so.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has rarely seemed to know exactly what to do with Jane Foster, a key member of Thor’s supporting cast since her debut in Journey into Mystery No. 84 (1962), one issue after Thor’s Marvel debut. Thor (2011) and its sequel both updated the character’s skill set, while never really allowing Portman to find the complexities of the character beyond her relationship to Thor. Kenneth Branagh’s 2011 film made Foster an astrophysicist rather than a medical professional, giving her greater reason to be in Thor’s life, given the absence of his Donald Blake persona from the comics, but the film also saddled her with a comic relief sidekick, which never felt like a believable relationship for the character. While Foster’s study of wormholes and star-struck romance with Thor (Chris Hemsworth) was a solid place to start, further films didn’t allow her character to grow alongside her superhero counterpart. Her absence in The Avengers (2012) and Avengers: Age of Ultron also didn’t help distinguish the character as anything other than a casual love interest. For whatever complaints there are to be aimed at Iron Man 2 (2010), the film gave Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow) something to do, and a prominent leadership role in Stark Industries that set the stage from the character’s evolution throughout her subsequent MCU appearances. Foster in The Dark World was a plot device for an Infinity Stone who spent most of the third act running around sticking poles into the ground. The same year Foster essentially waited at a window for Thor to return at the end of Alan Taylor’s film, Marvel Comics took to elevating the character to a new level of importance in what would become their best title.

Jason Aaron and Russell Dauterman’s work with Jane Foster in Thor and The Mighty Thor forever changed the character. Foster had become less prominent in Marvel Comics over the years, and when Aaron reintroduced her in the pages of Thor: God of Thunder, she was battling cancer – a factor that in a lesser book would have been a bookend for the character and a means to simply explore the grief of its central male character. But when Thor became unworthy and lost his hammer during the events of Original Sin (2014), Aaron made Jane Foster the new Thor with the caveat that every time she transformed into the God of Thunder her mortal body became weaker and purged the effects of the chemotherapy in her body.

Through Thor and The Mighty Thor, Aaron and Dauterman explored what it meant for an atheist to become a god, for a woman to take on the patriarchy of Asgard, and for her to consider one’s own suffering and mortality within the context of the Ten Realms. The decision to make Thor a woman of course proved controversial to some less forward-thinking comic readers, as did the decision to make Thor more than just a name, but a title. As Aaron wrote following the character’s debut “This is not She-Thor. This is not Lady Thor. This is not Thorita. This is THOR. This is the THOR of the Marvel Universe, but it’s unlike any Thor we’ve ever seen before.” And that promise was delivered upon with Jane Foster becoming a member of the Avengers, channeling the storm with Mjolnir in way expressly different from the Odinson, ending the Asgard/Shi’Ar War, and defeating the Mangog in order to save the universe. And she did all of these things not only with her god-given powers, but through asking herself if she was truly doing enough and then doing more. Jane Foster’s time as Thor is one of modern comics’ greatest epics, and while that tenure is over, with Foster having since become the new Valkyrie during the War of the Realms (2019) event, she is still carrying a solo title and proving to be far more than the love interest she was once relegated as.

Waititi, who previously revitalized Thor in Thor: Ragnarok, and assisted with his characterization in Avengers: Infinity War (2018) and Endgame, revealed that Thor: Love and Thunder would be inspired by Jason Aaron and Russell Dauterman’s Eisner winning run. To that point Portman lifted Mjolnir, confirming that she would in fact assume the mantle of Thor in the film, alongside Hemsworth’s Thor Odinson.

Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige told The Hollywood Reporter after the panel that Waititi had been reading the run while making Ragnarok, and had convinced Portman to join the new movie in just one meeting.

It’s unknown if Jane’s cancer will factor into that storyline, if she’ll face down the Mangog, or if Valkyrie’s (Tessa Thompson) quest for a Queen implies Foster’s Thor will be her love interest, but there’s little doubt that Portman will get to explore sides of Foster that we haven’t seen on film before as the Goddess of Thunder. Natalie Portman’s presence in the MCU should have always been a bigger deal than it has been, and now, by way of Love and Thunder, she’ll be able to lift a role she has always been worthy of.


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Questo film lo attendo con trepidazione, la "Possente Thor" di Natalie Portman mi ricorda tantissimo le atmosfere della serie tv nonché della sua mitica protagonista "She-Ra la principessa del potere" yes.gif .
Ciliegina sulla torta sarebbe lo scontro con una cattiva, che darei per poter vedere finalmente Amora l'Incantatrice nel MCU Innamorato.gif .


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Dal sito HN Entertainment:

EXCLUSIVE: ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ Will Film Scenes In The United States

HN Entertainment can exclusively reveal that Marvel Studios is going to spend a portion of the Thor: Love and Thunder production shooting in the United States (either principal photography or scheduled reshoots).

The primary filming location is Fox Studios Australia in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia and had been announced to begin filming there sometime in August of next year.



It’s said to begin filming in Australia once Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings complete their own leg of shooting at the Aussie facility.

We can confirm that Black Panther 2 and Ant-Man 3 will also have film productions in the U.S. too. Although, those two are expected to be shot there primarily.

Taika Waititi is back to write/direct Thor: Love and Thunder.

Plot details have been locked down for the time being but a couple of character tidbits have been rolled out slowly.

Natalie Portman is returning as Jane Foster and will become Lady Thor in the sequel along with seeing Tessa Thompson’s Valkryie/King of New Asgard looking for her Queen.

Taika Waititi during the press rounds for Jojo Rabbit has given some hints of what could be in the fourth installment.

Chatting with Wired he reveals they hope to continue/top Thor: Ragnarok’s craziness.

WAITITI: “It’s going to be bigger and louder and more bombastic.”

“It’s only interesting to me if we’re doubling down on how nuts Ragnarok was.”

Taika then commented on Valkryie’s Queen potentially being fan-favorite Brie Larson’s Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel (something Tessa and Brie seemingly have been open to publicly over the last couple of months).

WAITITI: “The thing is, I think it’s dangerous for people to say too much about what they want with Marvel, because then they will tend to go the other way.”

“You want to listen to the fans to a point. But also you don’t want to have a completely fan-made film because then it doesn’t feel like there’s any point. You want to have people surprised.”

While speaking with Variety, Taika also mentioned that the breast cancer story for Jane from the comics “may” be adapted for the film.

WAITITI: “I think that’s a really powerful part of the books. I think it’s really cool that she’s fighting this thing and there’s two battles going on. Personally I really love that storyline.”

“But whether it ends up in the film is yet to be seen.”

Portman recently told Variety she would be excited to explore the breast cancer journey for Jane, but couldn’t confirm or deny if it was going to happen.

PORTMAN: “It’s just very rare that these kinds of big entertainment films look at more serious, real-life issues.”

“I really don’t know anything about it. I haven’t seen anything, but I’ve heard the same rumors as you have, and it’s exciting to think about.”

HN Entertainment first reported that Taika would be not only reprising the role of Korg in the sequel but would be getting a much larger role as well, the former recently confirmed by the writer/director while appearing on JimmyKimmelLive.

We will certainly update when we get more details on where in the States they’ll be filming.

Disney has given Thor: Love and Thunder a release date of November 5th, 2021.


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