An explicitly cult movie of the marvel series Thor: Love and Thunder revolves around the quest for inner peace. To retire he needs to face a journey that he has never met before where he needs to seek the extinction of gods. Thor helps King Valkyrie, Korg, and ex-girlfriend Jane Foster wields his magical hammer.
Jane being a constant support to him still blooms their love over time, and eventually, they reunite at the end of Dark World. She was shown as a Mjolnir to the moon and she picked up the magic hammer in the flashback in Mighty Thor (2015). Thor along with being a conventional Marvel movie also inculcates romance as the name suggests Thor: Love and Thunder. Here, Love is an important element of the movie. However, it is not sure if there would be an LGBTQ storyline.
Another twist to the story comes when the group arrives at the Shadow Realm but cannot find the children. and later Thor finds the children at Eternity’s altar who were kidnapped. During the mid-credits scene in the Omnipotence City, Zeus sends his son Hercules to kill Thor. Director of the film Taika Waititi acclaimed that Thor is going through a midlife crisis in the film, as he is “trying to figure out his purpose, trying to figure out exactly who he is and why he’s a hero or whether he should be a hero.” There are guest additions to the movie as well such as Guardians of the Galaxy along with Chris Pratt, Pom Klementieff, Dave Bautista, and others playing their roles as Asgardian actors.
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