Now that we've seen the Thor Love and Thunder trailer, the promotional campaign around the new Marvel movie about the god Thunder again starring Chris Hemsworth has officially begun. During a new interview, director Taika Waititi spoke extensively about her film, specifying how different it is from previous ones.
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly's microphones, the director discussed Chris Hemsworth's god of thunder in new territory in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. "I didn't want to just redo Ragnarok because it's already been done," Waititi said. "I needed to do something more interesting for myself to keep everything alive and to make sure I feel creatively stimulated. I thought, what's the least expected thing about this franchise?"
Explaining better the comparison with Thor: Ragnarok, which Waititi compared to "a party", the director added: "It was pretty festive. This is still fun and has moments on top, but thematically, it's about something deeper than the Ultimate. movie. It's not a serious movie, and it's not a drama, but we deal with ideas that I think many human beings do: universal themes about love and loss and our place in the world. "
In addition to the return of Hemsworth and Natalie Portman as Mighty Thor, there will also be Russel Crowe, who will expand the Pantheon MCU with his Zeus, but above all an exceptional villain like Gorr the Butcher of God played by Christian Bale, not yet Shown in the trailers but we got a taste of through merchandising - find Gorr's gaze here in Thor Love and Thunder. What are your expectations of the film? Tell it in the comments!