The first reaction was given to Taika Waititi’s long-awaited “Thor: Love and Thunder”, which premiered in Hollywood on June 23. Given that Waititi’s last comic book, “Mighty Thor: Ragnarok,” is widely regarded as one of the best Marvel movies, expectations for the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe entry are very high.

According to social media journalists and critics, these expectations have been met. Film critic Simon Thompson wrote: Hemsworth Thor remains the jewel of Marvel’s crown. Veil Gore is a killer boogeyman who mixes the wild and the creepy. Portman’s Foster and Thompson’s Valkyrie are a top-notch combination. Crow’s Zeus is a * chef’s kiss *. “

Insider correspondent Kirsten Akna agreed and especially praised Christian Bale’s acting as Gore, saying he was “amazingly menacing” and “the most creepy Marvel I’ve ever seen.” One of the villains. “

Critic Courtney Howard advertised Taika Waititi’s director as offering a “destructive and irreverent spectacle” in “great stories, stakes, and character building.”

Some were more critical of the film, like Eric Italiano, senior writer for Brobible.

In the latest “Thor” sequel set after the “Avengers: Endgame” event, Chris Hemsworth’s superheroes include Korg (Taika Waititi’s voice), Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson), and Jane Foster (Natalie Portman). From working together to eliminate all gods Gorr the God Butcher (Vale). Portman’s return to the MCU was the most talked about in “Thor: Love and Thunder” before its release. Portman sits down in “Ragnarok” and appears in a new movie as Thor. In this movie, she wields the mysterious hammer Mjolnir.

“In’Black Swan’, I was asked to make it as small as possible,” Portman said recently. variety For a cover story. “Here I was asked to be as big as possible. It’s an amazing challenge and a state of mind as a woman.”

“I’ve seen her play a scientist character in Thor 1 and 2, but it didn’t seem to make sense to do it again,” Waititi revives Portman as a superhero. I added about letting you do it. She said, “The character feels like just an interest in love. It’s a woman on earth running around that is mortal and doesn’t really matter throughout.”

“Thor: Love and Thunder” will be released at theaters nationwide on July 8th. Check out the first reaction in the post below.


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