Just one day after Tessa Thompson’s selfie in full Valkyrie armor leaked online, the supposed official artwork for Thor: Love and Thunder has also surfaced, giving fans a closer and more detailed look at the characters. Thors by Chris Hemsworth and Natalie Portman.
The two illustrations below vividly depict the new armor that the two characters will be wearing in the upcoming fourth installment of the God of Thunder franchise. In Thor’s original page, he wears the same flowing red cape, but his costume is very different from previous appearances of him throughout the MCU, this time in a blue and gold color scheme. As expected, he was now wielding the new Stormbreaker axe. Of course, Jane Foster will be fighting Mjolnir in her place, as he dons a more traditional black and silver suit and Thor’s trademark winged helmet and red cape.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is arguably the greatest media franchise of all time. By comparison, Warner Bros.’ DC’s roster doesn’t share the MCU’s claim to fame as much, but it’s still linked with some successful releases like The Batman. The pandemic is causing a major change in how people can use these big IPs. With theaters closing around the world in 2020, many major movie studios are choosing to launch their offerings via streaming, while others, like Disney, are trying to preserve the cinematic experience and mandate that movies be released. release exclusively in theaters ASAP, that’s for sure. Watch. just do it.
Even though the seasons haven’t changed, the summer movie season may already be in front of viewers. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness makes a lot of money all over the world. And highly anticipated movies like Jurassic World: Dominion are just around the corner. A wide range of kids’ gifts will also grace the big screen this season, including Disney/Pixar’s Toy Story spin-off Lightyear, starring former Captain America Chris Evans.
But when you’re given the choice of trudging to the theater and finding a seat and sitting still for about an hour and a half, or watching a new movie in the comfort of your own home, where snacks are cheaper and the audience has the opportunity to see the process stops, which option is better? Maybe choose it?