Chris Hemsworth admits he’s nervous about fan expectations for Thor: Love and Thunder


Chris Hemsworth admits he's nervous about fan expectations for Thor: Love and Thunder

The new Marvel licenses acquired by Disney and the next productions confirmed for the Marvel Cinematic Universe have made the expectations of the fans grow enormously in terms of what to expect in the new Marvel Studios movies and series, something that has been seen recently with the Scarlet Witch and Vision series, making a multitude of theories about the series and feeling somewhat disappointed to see that certain parts did not meet their expectations.

It is because of that Chris Hemsworth He feels a little nervous about the expectations that Marvel fans may have with Thor: Love and Thunder, one of the next films of the Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe whose plot will follow the arc of the “Thor Woman” comics, in which Jane foster brandished the Mjolnir and became Goddess of Thunder, again taking Natalie Portman embodying Foster.

“There is the same, if not more, pressure now to do this again. So there is a bit of exciting nervous energy that motivates all of us to go a little further and make sure we cover all the bases and approach the scene from all angles, “Hemsworth commented in an interview for GQ Australia (via Gamerant), adding that he is motivated to make a better film than Thor: Ragnarok, a film that many of the fans of the God of Thunder did not like, and that he hopes that this new installment will satisfy the public more.

The marvel studios movie They recently started filming, where we could see the first look at Thor and the Guardians of the Galaxy in the filming of Thor: Love and Thunder, although it does not seem that they will be on screen for long, since it was recently confirmed that Dave Bautista already he has finished his portion of filming in Thor: Love and Thunder.

If everything goes fine, the movie Thor: Love and Thunder will be released in theaters on May 6, 2022.


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