Karen Gillan, who plays Nebula in the MCU, says Chris Hemsworth’s Thor is funny in the upcoming sequel. Thor: love and thunder. Thor first joined the MCU in his 2011 eponymous film, followed by the 2013 sequel. Thor: The Dark World. While the first two films of the Thor The franchise had hilarious moments like any movie within the interconnected Marvel universe, no one would consider them too hilarious in any way. Thor: The Dark World it also didn’t connect with fans the way other MCU entries did, so when it was time for a third Thor film, Marvel turned to Taika Waititi to direct the project in hopes that they could animate the franchise.
Waititi is a master of comic cinema, which he demonstrated with What we do in the shadows, but he can also expertly weave comedy with dramatic rhythms, which he did with Hunting of the wild people. So when Waititi was tapped Thor: Ragnarok, the audience expected a more humorous and sincere version of the character, and when Thor: Ragnarok released in 2017, that’s exactly what the movie delivered. Ragnarok was praised for being a more colorful Thor movie while also telling an emotional story with great action scenes. As a result, Ragnarok was a huge hit with audiences, who saw Waititi re-direct the next fourth film, Thor: love and thunder.
Gillan has been hanging around promoting his next movie. Gunpowder shake, and when talking to Collider, was asked about Thor: love and thunder. Gillan’s Nebula is slated to appear in the next movie and according to her, “Thor is even more fun.” She was excited about the script, calling him “An incredible journey”. Check out Gillan’s comments below:
“My reaction to reading the script was one of emotion. It was as if this was going to be an incredible journey. He is Taika at his best and his greatest Taika. I think the Guardians are just fun, and also Thor is even funnier than last time. “
Nebula and the other Guardians of the Galaxy are expected to appear, including Chris Pratt’s Star-Lord. At the end of Avengers Endgame, Thor departed in Star-Lord’s ship along with the Guardians when Thanos was finally defeated. Thor: love and thunder It will pick up after those events, and will also bring back Natalie Portman’s Jane Foster. Details on the sequel are still closely guarded, but Portman’s character is known to follow a similar story in a comic in which Jane Foster was deemed worthy of wielding Thor’s hammer, Mjolnir. That story sees Foster take on Thor’s mantle while Thor himself couldn’t.
With Waititi co-writing the script, directing, and even reprising his role as Korg, audiences are expecting an intense yet fun film, much like Ragnarok. Gillan’s comments on the script help solidify fan expectations, while at the same time leaving a mystery surrounding the overall storyline. More details about the movie will be shared as it nears its release date, and a trailer is likely to come out before the end of the year. Thor: love and thunder It is currently scheduled to launch on May 6, 2022.
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