10 Surprising facts about Marvel's 'Thor: Love and Thunder' that will surprise you.
One Marvel superhero has so far reached that threshold, and that would be Thor, after the first two Thor movies.
In Thor: Ragnarok, the character was given new life, and the franchise continued. In some ways, Thor: Love and Thunder is like a fourth film, but overall, it's a real interplanetary adventure.
These 10 godly facts about Love and Thunder might surprise you.
1. If Chris Hemsworth wanted, he could leave Marvel
Despite the fact that he could have walked away if he wanted, Chris Hemsworth Passion for Thor's Character did not let him do that
2. Natalie Portman Return in 'Thor: Love and Thunder'
After appearing in the first two Thor movies as Jane Foster, Natalie Portman as Jane Foster disappeared, and she wasn't in Ragnarok.
3. There was a co-writer for Waititi's film
Jennifer Kaytin Robinson joined Waititi's team after she had been working on the script for some time.
4. It was inspired by Marvels comic book story
By wielding Mjolnir, Jane takes on the mantle of Thor, so to speak, in Love and Thunder.
5. The film technically takes place in the future
The movie takes place eight years after Thor and Jane break up. Therefore, Love and Thunder is set in 2024.
6. There were a few actors who didn't make the cut
In the beginning, Jeff Goldblum was to return as the Grandmaster, while Peter Dinklage was to reprise his role as Eitri.
7. They changed the look of Gorr the God Butcher
They changed the look of Gorr the God Butcher, who was initially made different, but later changed
8. Bale had an interesting inspiration for his take on Gorr
The actor said he was inspired by the music video for the song "Come to Daddy" by Aphex Twin.
9. There was a need to rename one character
Despite appearing in a few other films, Valkyrie's winged horse wasn't named in the MCU. Aragorn is the name of the horse in the comics.
10. Thor: Love and Thunder' was banned in a few countries
Thor: Love and Thunder was released widely, but not everywhere. The film has been banned in Malaysia, Brunei, Kuwait, and Bahrain. The Malaysian government explained that Disney would not cut LGBTQ+ elements from the film, but not every country did.
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