Chris Hemsworth reacts to the newly-released Thor: Love and Thunder trailer with a promise to followers that the movie can be loopy and filled with coronary heart.
Chris Hemsworth reacts to the primary Thor: Love and Thunder trailer. After a protracted wait, Marvel Studios lastly kicked off the advertising marketing campaign for the upcoming Taika Waititi-directed flick. Clocking in at only a minute and a half, the Thor: Love and Thunder trailer reveals what Thor has been as much as since Avengers: Endgame.
Hemsworth and Waititi reunite for the second time within the MCU after the success of Thor: Ragnarok, which successfully modified the character’s trajectory—introduced through the San Diego Comedian-Con 2019. Thor: Love and Thunder may also see the return of Jane Foster within the franchise, and this time, she turns into the Mighty Thor. The highly-anticipated blockbuster may also have a a lot greater solid with returning characters like Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson), Girl Sif (Jamie Alexander), and a number of other Guardians of the Galaxy members. Thor and his staff must come collectively towards Christian Bale, who performs Gorr the God Butcher — the film’s principal antagonist.
Marvel Studios lastly launched the trailer for Thor: Love and Thunder, and it was undoubtedly well worth the months-long wait. In response to the trailer reveal, Hemsworth took to his official Twitter account and teased the general public about what they might count on from the MCU movie, calling it “a traditional Thor journey. Massive, loud and Loopy and filled with coronary heart.” Learn his full tweet beneath:
Right here’s the primary teaser for Thor Love And Thunder. All of the feels of a traditional Thor journey . Massive, loud and Loopy and filled with coronary heart. You’ll giggle you’ll cry, then you definitely’ll giggle a lot you’ll cry some extra!! Love and Thunder coming at you all July eighth!! pic.twitter.com/l5CoIJJif1
— Chris Hemsworth (@chrishemsworth) April 18, 2022
Marvel Studios’ delayed advertising begin for the film has saved followers on edge for weeks. And with none hints that Thor: Love and Thunder’s trailer was dropping in the present day, it definitely shocked the general public — in a great way. Kevin Feige and his staff are additionally busy advertising their different tasks, resembling Physician Unusual within the Multiverse of Insanity and the TV collection Ms. Marvel — each of that are slated to launch forward of the Waititi-directed flick. However now that Marvel Studios has began selling Thor 4 count on extra publicity supplies to return out within the subsequent few weeks main as much as its launch. A brand new solo poster highlighting the God of Thunder has been rolled out; chances are high that an ensemble one can be underway.
Hemsworth’s tease is intriguing. Thor: Love and Thunder‘s first trailer primarily centered on the comedic aspect of issues with some snippets of Zeus (Russell Crowe) and the primary live-action have a look at Mighty Thor. Based mostly on Hemsworth’s tweet, the movie will not simply be a straight-up comedy. Granted that he does not give any particular plot factors, however the truth that he wrote that followers would giggle, cry, and giggle whereas watching the flick signifies that the teaser has barely revealed something in regards to the blockbuster’s general arc. This really checks out with Waititi’s previous remark about Thor: Love and Thunder being extra emotional than Thor: Ragnarok.
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