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Following the events of Avengers: Endgame, Thor’s astrophysicist ex-girlfriend Jane Foster (Natalie Portman) who is battling cancer gains Thor’s powers and becomes the Mighty Thor. New Asgard’s bisexual ruler Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson) is looking for her queen. Thor, meanwhile, is spending time with the Guardians of the Galaxy.
The longevity of Chris Hemsworth’s Thor in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has taken many by surprise. When Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans made Avengers: Endgame their swansong, many figured Hemsworth would join them. Instead, he’s becoming the first solo character to reach a fourth solo cinematic installment with Thor: Love and Thunder. Even more surprising was the news that Natalie Portman was coming back to the MCU to bring the story of Jane Foster lifting Mjolnir to the big screen.
As much as I want to see more from Taika Waititi’s rendition of what a Thor movie can be, one of the things I’m really looking forward to is closure to the story arc built on in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. Many were annoyed by Thor being treated as a joke in Endgame and not having any huge moments during the final battle, but I always saw his pride in Captain America lifting Mjolnir to be a moment of catharsis for the thunder god.
Thor’s story in the later Avengers movies is best summed up by the Ancient One talking to Doctor Strange: “It is not about you.”
Going back to the original Thor movie and his backstory, you can see that Thor was born into a unique situation. Odin had hand-picked him to be King of Asgard one day and Thor was initially pumped about that. Loki, for all of his horrors, correctly understood that Thor as king would be an utter disaster since he carried himself like an idiot who wanted an excuse to smash through the Frost Giants. When Odin accepted that truth, he put a hex on Thor’s hammer so that only someone worthy could lift Mjolnir and have the power of Thor.
We side with Odin because Thor was very much out of line, but in retrospect, we are seeing an over-the-top fantasy take of a father basically choosing who his son is supposed to be. Thor has to earn the right to be king and his hammer only grants power based on how Odin envisioned his son would turn out. In subsequent films, Thor proves himself worthy to be king, but deep down, he doesn’t appear to really want it. What he does want is to play hero and damn if he isn’t great at it.
It’s partly about his status, though. In Avengers: Age of Ultron, he takes delight in watching the other Avengers fail at being able to lift Mjolnir. The brief instance when Captain America almost budges it causes Thor some visible distress because his very identity – or the identity of the man he is supposed to be – is threatened by another. When Captain America fails to lift it, Thor feels relief. This is still his show.
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