Natalie Portman returns to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but this time she's not interested in anyone.
The Oscar winner is featured in the fourth film from the Chris Hemsworth series titled "Thor: Love and Thunder. "
Portman entered the stage of the San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday. He stood next to returning director Taika Waititi and co-stars Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson, where she was awarded a Hasbro version of the famous hero.
"I've always had hammer envy," Portman admitted.
Portman appeared in the first two Thor films in 2011 and 2013 as Jane Foster, but lacked in the final episode "Thor: Ragnarok".
The development should not surprise those who read the comics. Foster was introduced as an astrophysicist in the series, which is the subject of Thor's inclinations. However, in a 201
The Thor crew not only revealed Portman's return, but also announced a release date for the upcoming film: November 5, 2021.
Other key announcements in Marvel's large comic-con panel included the starring role of "Shang-Chi" (Simu Liu)), the full cast of "The Eternals" and Mahershala Ali in a new "Blade" movie.