New merchandise for Thor: Love and Thunder offer the first look at Jane Foster’s look as Mighty Thor. The project is directed by Taika Waititi, which on the heels of Thor: Ragnarok’s success, will reunite him with Chris Hemsworth. The project announced at San Diego Comic-Con 2019 will be the 1st and only the 4th solo film in the MCU.
Thor: Love and Thunder will also mark the return of Natalie Portman to the MCU, where again she will play the role of Jane. But instead of simply being the love interest of Thor, the character will also be in her superhero persona as Mighty Thor. From the film’s set in Australia, leaked images have shown the feeling in her civilian clothes but not in her proper superhero attire. A new piece of merchandise for the film features an artwork revealing the new wielder of Mjölnir what possibly she might look like.
Courtesy of Anthony Rose are images of wrap party shirts given to the crew who worked on the upcoming Marvel Studio Film. The Thor featured the artwork: Love and Thunder piece of merchandise with Valkyrie, Thor, and Jane’s Mighty Thor lifting the magical hammer. Marvel Studios is keeping the looking of Mighty Thor the same as in the comics based on the shirt. They will closely follow her arc from Jason Aaron’s popular Mighty Thor run from 2015 t0 2018 is challenging to say.
The primary inspiration for the film is taken from the print narratives, at least when it comes to Jane’s story as per the sources. Jane acquired Thor’s superhero powers when she lifted the Mjölnir when the original Thor became unworthy. Janes cancer worsens every time she transformed into Mighty Thor as the hammer purged her body all the toxins, radiation from chemotherapy is also included. Portman previously hinted that her character’s cancer storyline from the comics would factor in Thor: Love and Thunder.
The filming of the film has been finished, and now it’s in post-production. The audience can expect the trailer to release sooner rather than later. Marvel Studios is already ramping up promotions for their big-screen offerings, and it seems that they will stick to the current release date.