Thor: Love and Thunder, the hero lived by star Chris Hemsworth’s fourth solo film, promises to be one of the biggest productions in the entire history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The first trailer for Thor 4, set to the soundtrack of Sweet Child O’ Mine, created a lot of anticipation for the film, and its second trailer is set to be released next Monday (23rd), as we reported here.
Recently Marvel screened the film in a test session where the public just loved (read) the film, information suggesting the film was already well advanced and close to what we will see in cinemas.
Rumors had previously surfaced suggesting that the hero’s new movie could be quite lengthy, but it looks like that won’t be the case. Not according to information from the Australian cinema chain Event.
The site eventually released the duration of the film 1 hour and 55 minutesInformation to be confirmed or denied in the coming weeks as the film goes on sale.
As always, fans waiting for Thor 4 found the length shorter than expected and feared the film might be too rushed or not have as much character development, leading some fans to blame Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which is 2 hours and 6 minutes long.
It is worth remembering that Thor: Ragnarok, also directed by Taika Waititi, was 2h10m long. Is Love and Thunder really getting smaller? keep an eye on them Marvel’s Legacy so you don’t miss any news!
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Thor: Love and Thunder does not yet have an official title in Portuguese, nor does it have a synopsis. But we do know that the storyline will see the return of Jane Foster as a Mighty Thor worthy of Mjolnir. The film also promises to confirm Valkyrie as an LGBT character, bringing romantic interest to the new Queen of Asgard.
Thor 4 is directed by Academy Award winner Taika Waititi, who is also writing the screenplay Jennifer Kaytin Robinson (Someone special). Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Natalie Portman (Jane Foster), Tessa Thompson (Valkyrie), Christian Bale (Gorr), Chris Pratt (Peter Quill) and Taika herself (Korg) are confirmed in the cast. The film has been delayed again and is now due out on . come to the cinemas July 7, 2022!