According to what has emerged in the last few hours, Thor: Love and Thunder will feature an exceptional cast, a bit like we have been able to appreciate in the films dedicated to Avengers and Captain America Civil War. As you well know, after the success of Thor: Ragnarok (2017) Taika Waititi will return to direct the fourth film dedicated to the God of Thunder, in which Chris Hemsworth will have to share the spotlight with Natalie Portman, since in Love and Thunder he will be able to wield the Mjölnir, thus assuming the powers of Thor.
At the moment, except for some small indiscretions, there is very little information on the film, given that construction should begin next January in Australia, but according to a recent report from THR, the cast of Thor: Love and Thunder it would be particularly thick, reminding in long lines the crew present in the recent Avengers Endgame. The rumor would find further confirmation from the recent statement by Chris Pratt, who would have confirmed that he will return to play the role of Star Lord in the film of Taika Waititi. It is unclear if Peter Quill will make his appearance alone, or if he will be accompanied by the other members of the gods Guardiani della galassia (Drax, Rocket Raccon, Nebula and Mantis).
Furthermore, we have known for several months that Christian Bale will be featured in the film. We do not know which character he will play in the new blockbaster of "The House of Ideas“, But several rumors suggest that he may be the villain of the film. Finally, a possible return not only of Lady Sif, whose location continues to be one of the franchise's biggest mysteries, but also versions from another reality of Loki e Gamora, killed in Avengers Infinity War. There is a lot of meat in focus, but at the moment there are very few certainties, we just have to wait to find out more details about Thor: Love and Thunder, which is expected to debut in cinemas around the world theFebruary 11 2022. But the possibility that i Marvel Studios e Disney review the lineup of exits again, given the great inconvenience caused by the COVID-19 to the entertainment industry.