Thor 4 Asgardians of the Galaxy…All the members of “Gao Gal” → Mighty Thor Jane appears, too
Marvel’s Cosmic Entertainment Blockbuster “Thor: Love and Thunder” (hereinafter referred to as “Thor 4) heralds a new story of “Thor” and Guardians of the Galaxy members.
Thor 4, which is set to be released on July 6, is a Marvel film in which Thor, the god of thunder, teamed up with his ex-girlfriend Jane, who has been reborn as King Valkyrie, Korg, and Mighty Thor, to confront the cosmic threat of the new butcher, Gor.
The story of “Thor” and the Guardians of the Galaxy members, who left for space together after “End Game,” and have been curious about their moves since then, will finally be revealed in “Thor: Love and Thunder.” The Guardians of the Galaxy members showed a pleasant synergy by playing with Thor in the last “Avengers: Infinity War” and “Avengers: End Game.” In particular, it was loved by fans around the world for its charm that adds humor to the thrilling action in the battle of a huge scale. Chris Hemsworth, who plays Thor, said, “I really enjoyed working with the Guardians of the Galaxy members. When I play with this team, my pace changes and I have a lot of ad-libs,” he said, raising expectations for special teamwork. Thor: Love and Thunder will feature all of Guardians of the Galaxy’s leader Star Road, Nebula, Mantis, Drax, Rocket, and Groot, showing unpredictable stories and irreplaceable chemistry.
On top of that, a special meeting between Guardians of the Galaxy and director Tika Wyatti, who directed “Thor: Love and Thunder,” adds to expectations. Director Taika Wyatti’s previous film “Thor: Ragnarok” showed an unrivaled personality of his own, causing an explosive response from the audience, raising the audience’s curiosity about the new synergy they will show. Director Taika Wyatti said, “Thor: Love and Thunder is similar to the previous work, but I wanted to create a more lively and hectic worldview.” In addition, Chris Hemsworth said, “I really liked the humor and personality of Guardians of the Galaxy because it was the style of director Taka Wyatti.”