Thor: Love and Thunder is an American Superhero movie based on marvel’s comics. The movie is directed by Taika Waititi, produced by Marvel Studios, and is distributed by Walt Disney Studio Motion Pictures. It is the fourth movie based on Thor and is the 29th film of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. After the release of the last movie, fans were desperate to get the fourth movie. And the teaser of the fourth season gave the fuel required. Due to covid, the release date was postponed and the fans were continuously asking when Thor: Love and Thunder will be released. There was one more question among the fans that were should they watch Thor: Love and Thunder.
Where To Watch Thor: Love And Thunder Online?
You will be able to watch Thor: Love And Thunder in cinemas from 8th July 2022. As for streaming sites like Netflix, Disney+Hotstar, and Amazon prime, it will be available after 16th September 2022.
Thor: Love And Thunder Story
Thor 4 will acquire where we last saw our favorite Asgardian. He’s traveling the cosmos with the Guardians of the Galaxy and left Valkyrie because of the King of Asgard. We don’t know much about the particular story of Thor: Love and Thunder, but we all know that Natalie Portman is returning to the franchise because of the Mighty Thor. within the comics, Jane Foster is battling cancer while also being a superhero with the assistance of Thor’s hammer, Mjolnir.
Portman has confirmed that the film will tackle this storyline within the movie which she’s going to indeed receive the facility of the gods. Like most Marvel films, this likely won’t be an instantaneous adaptation but will draw inspiration from Jason Aaron’s mag run on Thor.
Waititi said during Comic-Con International, “during our shooting Ragnarok, I used to read one storyline by Jason Aaron, The Mighty Thor… And for those of you who know that storyline. It is an incredible one, it’s filled with emotion, thunder, and love. It also introduces us to the female Thor for the first time. So, for us, there’s only one that could play that role. Only one.”
Thor: Love And Thunder Cast
Chris Hemsworth in the role of Thor, Christian Bale in the role of Gorr the God Butcher, Tessa Thompson in the role of Valkyrie, Jaimie Alexander in the role of Sif, Taika Waititi in the role of Korg, Russell Crowe in the role of Zeus, Natalie Portman in the role of Jane Foster / Mighty Thor. The Guardians of the Galaxy are featured in the film, with Chris Pratt in the role of Peter Quill / Star-Lord, Pom Klementieff in the role of Mantis, Dave Bautista in the role of Drax the Destroyer, Karen Gillan in the role of Nebula, Vin Diesel in the role of Groot, and Bradley Cooper in the role of Rocket alongside Sean Gunn in the role of Kraglin Obfonteri.
Jeff Goldblum reprises his role as the Grandmaster from Thor: Ragnarok, alongside Matt Damon in the role of Loki Sam Neill in the role of Odin, and Luke Hemsworth in the role of Thor, with Melissa McCarthy joining them in the role of Hela. Akosia Sabet appears in the role of the goddess Bast. McCarthy’s husband Ben Falcone, Simon Russell Beale, and singer Jenny Morris have been cast in undisclosed roles.
Thor: Love And Thunder Release Date
At the time of the announcement, it was announced to be released on 5th November 2021. But as we all know that the pandemic kicked in disturbing the schedule as well as the life of the people. Even though they previously set it to be released in May since all the schedules were pulled back the date was acquired by Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness. So the final release of Thor: Love And Thunder was decided on 8th July 2022.
Thor: Love And Thunder Trailer
Fans were desperately waiting for the trailer of Thor: Love and Thunder since the release of the teaser to get a little more information about the plot of the movie. The trailer of Thor: Love and Thunder were released on 24th May 2022. It is available to watch on YouTube. It’s only been a few days and the views of the trailer have already hit the 33 million mark this shows the dedication of the fans to Thor.
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