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‘Thor: Love & Thunder’ Chris Hemsworth Confirmed For Fourth Instalment

Actor Chris Hemsworth says he will stay as Thor in the Marvel Cinematic Universe after Love and Thunder (2024).

It has been speculated that Chris Hemsworth might not be Thor after passing the mantle of the God of Thunder to Jane Foster of Natalie Portman in the fourth film of the character of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But it seems that he is not willing to stop being the great Asgardian hero. At least that is what he has assured in a recent interview.

“Are you crazy?! I’m not going into any retirement period (laughs). Thor is too young for that. I’m only 1500 years old! It’s definitely not a movie that says goodbye to this brand. At least I hope so.”

The actor didn’t spill any details about the plot of the new film but he shared his feelings about the script.

“After reading the script, I can say that I am very excited. Indeed, there will be a lot of love and a lot of lightning in this production (laughs). I’m glad that after everything that happened in Avengers: Endgame, I’m still part of the Marvel Universe, and we can continue the Thor story.”

“Of course, I can’t tell you anything about the plot, but to satisfy your curiosity, I’ll say that I had a lot more fun reading the Thor: Ragnarok script and that proves something because this movie was brilliant. But I think this one is even crazier.”

So, what do you think? Will we be seeing two Thors in the MCU in the coming years? That’s possibly a major turn for the characters of God and Goddess of Thunder. On the other hand, it has been rumored that Chris Hemsworth’s character can turn into a mentor like a role that will have small cameos in future films. There really are many options, and this fourth installment is sure to be a madness that will leave fans wanting more.

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What do you think?

Kane Dane

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