With the heat of Coronavirus slowly dropping down, movie productions are trying to get back on track to resume their work. The coming Thor 4 is ready with a script and the shooting is scheduled to begin in January 2021. Christian Bale is spotted landing in Australia to prepare for the Marvel Cinematic Universe movie.
Christian Bale is not new to superhero stuff. He is well-known to play DC’s Batman in Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Trilogy of which fans still speak about. Academy Award winner Bale will play a negative role in the Thor sequel. There is nothing confirmed about which specific Marvel role he will be playing. There are speculations on his role being Beta Ray Bill, who is Odin’s brother in Marvel Comics and is also known to be the God of Fear.
YouTuber KobieThatcher posted a video of Christian Bale deboarding a plane in Sydney, where the shooting might take place. Chris Hemsworth, the lead actor playing Thor is an Australian native and won’t be far away.
After Thanos, MCU needs a bigger villain to raise the stakes, Bale might be the one Marvel needs. Months ago, Jonathan Majors was cast as Kang the Conqueror for Ant-Man 3. MCU did not do well with its villains when they kick-started the franchise. Looking at the present state of the franchise, efforts to make antagonists as good as heroes are clearly visible. Thanos really set some high standards.
Thor: Love and Thunder will bring back Natalie Portman as Jane Foster and she becomes female Thor worthy to lift Mjölnir, Portman was missed in Thor: Ragnarok. Tessa Thompson will reprise her role as Valkyrie who is now the new king/queen of Asgard. Taika Waititi will direct the movie and play the comic role of Korg. Guardians of the Galaxy will have a small role to play as Thor travels with them at the end of Avengers: Endgame.
If the dates aren’t going to change any further, Thor: Love and Thunder will come to theatres on February 11, 2022.
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