Chris Hemsworth Has No Plan To Leave MCU as Thor

by Bella James Writer

In a recent interview, Marvel Cinematic Universe revealed that Chris Hemsworth is not ready to give up playing the role of Thor. And hence Thor: Love and Thunder will not be his swan song in MCU.

After the release of Endgame, it seems like it is the time of retirement of Captain America played by Chris Evan, and the death of Iron Man played by Robert Downey Jr.; Hemsworth shared that the film was the last film of the contract that he signed with Marvel. And yes this is it. He would not be playing the character again. And he shared that it was sort of scary. The character seemed like a never-ending thing to Hemsworth, and it is now finishing. Chris said in an interview after the release of Endgame that he would like to do more, as the character is so vast that he feels excited to explore it. Although if it is the end, then he would try to use it in other characters.

Hemsworth signed the fourth film of the franchise titled Thor: Love and Thunder, the movie directed by Taika Waititi. However, with the fourth installment, Natalie Portman is also returning who was missed in the previous sequel of Thor, titled Thor: Ragnarok. Portman’s character Jane Foster will become Thor herself in the fourth installment. The plot of the story follows the same as the comic book, in which Foster took over as Thor when Thor himself is not worthy of wielding his hammer. So obviously, there is speculation that the involvement of Portman would mean that she will replace Hemsworth as the Marvel Cinematic Universe introduces more new characters.

In an interview with Elle Man, the Polish magazine, Chris Hemsworth shared his doubt about the idea of replacement by Natalie Portman. And when asked about the hammer, he said he is not going to retire, and Thor is far younger for that. He added Thor is only 1500 years old, and this is not the time for his retirement, at least he hopes so.

So when the Marvel Cinematic Universe lost its two superheroes, Downey Jr. and Evans, it sounds like the third member of the group will continue to be a significant part of the movie universe. The first movie in the franchise titled Thor was released on 17 April 2011 in the United States. The film was a financial hit and collected $449.3 million worldwide. Now the fourth installment of the series is under production and could be released anytime within the next few years.

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