Is Chris Hemsworth retiring from Marvel? The MCU’s plans with Thor

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    The time has come to settle a certain issue that worries MCU fans. And let’s do it in this first paragraph: withdraw Chris Hemsworth from the world of superheroes? What plans do you have Marvel with Thor? Well, none of that in the short term. “Are you crazy ?! I don’t even want to hear about retirement. Thor is too young for that, he’s only 1,500 years old, “he recently explained in an interview on Elle Man.

    What we know about ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’

    Some rumors suggested that after ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’, the next installment in the saga of the Norse god, he would say goodbye to his character. “It’s not a movie I’m going to say goodbye to, at least I hope so.” In addition, he revealed that he is very excited about the sequel, the fourth film already, which will be released on February 11, 2022 after being postponed due to the pandemic. “After reading the script, I can say that I am very excited. In this production, there will surely be a lot of ‘love’ and a lot of ‘lightning bolts’. I’m glad that after everything that happened in ‘Avengers: Endgame’, I’m still part of the Marvel Universe and we can continue the story of Thor. “

    He also explained that he had “much more fun” than in the previous film, ‘Thor Ragnarok’: “I can’t reveal anything about the plot. But to satisfy curiosity, I will say that reading the script, I had a lot more fun, and that means something because that movie was brilliant.

    As it happened in 2017, New Zealand-born director, producer, and screenwriter Taika Waititi will return to the director’s chair this time around, following his MCU debut. Waititi revealed that he and co-writer Jennifer Kaytin Robinson decided that the story was a little more “romantic”, without forgetting that it will be a real “madness”. “I like romances, I want to create one, it is something that I have never done or that I have never dared to, and it is time.” But we will have to wait to find out more …

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