Fans have been treated to the latest trailer for Thor: Love and Thunder, and it marks the end of our favorite Asgardian god’s journey.
Is this the final dance for the god of thunder?
It seems in the first trailer for Thor: Love and Thunderwhich teases the titular Avenger (Chris Hemsworth) who will retire after the universe rescue – and carb-loading – event End game.
And it looks like a familiar face has taken over the hero again.
“These hands were once used for combat, now they are just simple tools for peace,” Thor said after he demonstrated over the years growing from a boy to a boy. “I have to find out who I really am.”
Instead of a more epic battle for the Asgardians, it seems the fourth one Thor The installment will focus on the corrupted god finding himself once again – all while traveling space with Guardians of the Galaxy as My sweet child by the play Guns N’ Roses.
“I will choose my own path. Live in the moment. My superhero days are over,” he said as he walked away from the guards as they prepared to battle an unseen foe.
Then, when Thor seems lost in his own head, Star-Lord (Chris Pratt) passes this advice on to a confused creature.
“Remember what I said, if you ever feel lost just look into the eyes of the one you love… Not me!” Star-Lord said as Thor looked into his eyes lovingly. “What? Just listening,” Thor replied sillyly.
Fans last parted ways with a heavily drunk and emotionally drunk Thor who was devastated by the believed deaths of Loki (Tom Hiddleston), the known deaths of his parents, Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr) and his own. failure to defeat Thanos (Josh Brolin) in Infinity War.
He leaves the New Asgard settlement of Tønsberg, Norway under the rule of the Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson) and embarks on a mysterious interstellar adventure with the guards.
He seems to be running the show well at the moment as a well-dressed Valkyrie is shown in the boardroom with other leaders from around Earth in the new trailer.
Elsewhere in the universe, Thor is seen losing weight by doing exercises with metal chains while wearing a trucker’s hat that reads “Strongest Avenger” and a tank top when he meets a blue-haired girl who looks like a lover who plants a big kiss on the chest. . retired Avengers.
The trailer also teases Russell Crowe’s Marvel Cinematic Universe debut as Zeus, who is seen wielding lightning — most likely in the kingdom of Olympus.
The living stone figure Korg, voiced by director Taika Waititi, also appears in one of the many worlds that soul-seeking gods seem to visit.
But there’s an even bigger cameo in the closing seconds that’s sure to have fans raving about this trailer.
Thor’s “old flame” of earthly girlfriend, Jane Foster (Natalie Portman), appears to have taken his seemingly exposed mantle as he is seen wielding Mjolnir’s magic hammer while wearing a winged helmet in battle.
Now fit to rule Asgard, Foster returns to the franchise after a hiatus from Ragnarok on the grounds of having “dumped” Thor, which he thought was mutually beneficial.
The touch of surprise mirrors the callback from the film as Thor battles the lost Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) on the planet Sakaar. It was also similar when Captain America (Chris Evans) suddenly summoned a weapon in End game.
Thor: Love and Thunder will premiere in Australia on 7 July.