Natalie Portman’s Bulked-Up ‘Thor’ Look Knocks Out the Internet

Multiverse gets its first look at Natalie Portman Asgardian athletic armor, wielding Mjölnir (that’s the hammer), and standing by Chris Hemsworth in a production process still from Thor: Love and Thunderwill hit theaters in early July.

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Image run in Empire Magazine along with an interview with the film’s director and co-writer Taika Waititi. He said that Portman’s character, Dr. Jane Foster, who hasn’t appeared in a Marvel movie since 2013 Thor: Dark World, would represent a major change to the hammer-wielding Avenger. (Silence, comic book nerds. Redefining old movie scenes in Avengers: Endgame does not count as an occurrence!)

“It’s been about eight years,” he said. “She had a completely different life, and then the love of your life returned to the scene, and is now dressed just like you. It was a real thought for Thor. “

Why is Portman dressed like Thor, you ask? Well, if the movie follows the blueprints of the 2015 comic written by Jason AaronThe real Foster become Thor, now known as the Goddess of Thunder! Take a deep look from the grass cup before learning the story!

On the return of Oscar-winning Portman, Waititi whose comic sensibility has added a new dimension to Thor: Ragnarok, saying that “Natalie is really funny in real life.” He added, “she’s pretty goofy and has a great sense of humour, and I don’t think that was exploited enough in the early films.”

Responses to images are mildly responsive, perhaps even overlooked—in a parallel universe!

Where we currently reside, everyone is delighted and, wonderful Odin, have you looked in her arms?

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