Thor 4: Natalie Portman, excited to adapt Jane's story to breast cancer
Thor: Love and Thunder shared Natalie Portman's enthusiasm for the possible story of Jane Foster in the upcoming MCU film. After sitting in Thor: Ragnarok in 2017, Portman is ready to return to the Thor franchise in the second release of Taika Waititi. His big comeback was announced this summer at Comic-Con in San Diego, along with the added feature that will play the female version of Thor of Jane.
This part of Love and Thunder was inspired by a comic book in 2014. Written by Jason Aaron, Jane's story came when he became gracious enough to raise Mjolnir when Thor himself became worthless, assuming the role of the Goddess of Thunder.
However, Jane also developed breast cancer at the time, and every time she took Mjolnir and used her new strength, her chemotherapy treatments became less effective. Aaron's story has been acclaimed by critics and fans happy to see it adapted to the big screen.
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Speaking to a variety at the last event, Portman talked about the possibility that cancer is included in the Jane Love and Thunder. He said: "It is very rare that the kind of great entertainment film analyzed the most serious problems of real-life ...
I do not know anything I have not seen anything, but I heard the same sounds that you think and it's exciting." Portmanhas long been an advocate for the best stories for women, and this will be a perfect opportunity to.
MCU has gradually led female superheroes at the forefront of the franchise, with the fourth stage featuring prominent personalities such as Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and new characters such as The Hulk-and-Marvel Lady.
Little is known about the love-and-thunder conspiracy that goes beyond Jane's involvement, which will allow Tessa Thompson's Falckey to be explicit bisexual. Elite has been busy promoting her latest movie Jojo Rabbit but is said to have written several drafts of the script.
He also talked about Jane's cancer story, saying: "I think it's a very powerful part of the books I think it's cool that I'm fighting this thing, two battles are going on personally, and I love this story ... but. After looking at the comic style of Waititi, it would be interesting to know how he handled the cancer plot.
Both Portman Entity is right in saying that the inclusion of history will be exciting to watch especially in the superhero movie. With the recent debate about the health of superhero films, Love and Thunder can make a bold statement by presenting a story in which one of her characters faces a serious illness.
Portman also gave more opportunities to develop his character and give a great performance, which could not be done in previous films MCU. Some fans were disappointed with the way the MCU had dealt with his character in the past, especially Ragnarok, where his disappearance was clarified in available time.
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