Thor is able to save almost everyone onboard, but he loses his friend Heimdall in the process, as well as his brother Loki for the final time (at least the Loki from Universe 616). Of course, this takes a huge emotional toll on him and he is very angry. He’s stranded in space for a long time, and he’s then found by the Guardians of the Galaxy who are rummaging through the wreckage of the destroyed Asgardian mothership. The first thing that he does when he comes back to consciousness is to create a new weapon of mass destruction that will destroy Thanos efficiently. He takes the Guardians of the Galaxy on a round trip around the universe to a place in space where the Asgardians make their weapons. This is where Thor creates his powerful new axe Stormbreaker. He teleports to Earth while the Battle for the Infinity Gauntlet rages on as the Avengers and all of Earth’s mightiest heroes are gathered against Thanos in Wakanda for the final showdown.
Thor is an extremely powerful individual, and he completely destroys Thanos’s army to smithereens all by himself. However, he is unable to stop Thanos from using the Infinity Gauntlet and cutting the entire universe’s population into half. This results in one of the most catastrophic arcs for him, as he gets severely depressed, drowning himself in alcohol and video games and a ton of junk food to forget his sadness of losing everyone and everything he has worked so hard to keep. Thor was at the lowest point his life, when an opportunity to make things better arrived 5 years after these events. Thor once again joined the whole crew of The Avengers alongside a few new faces, and went back on a journey through time and space to save the world and resurrect the people who they had all lost. This time around though, Thor manages to save the universe along with the rest of The Avengers, and instead of sticking around on planet earth and being the king that he wanted to be for so long, Thor decides to have time to his own self, giving himself time to heal and recuperate mentally while leaving the charge of kingship over the Asgardians to Valkyrie. He heads out with the Guardians of the Galaxy on a journey of self-discovery, and this is where we will see him in Thor: Love and Thunder!
WHAT’S GOING TO HAPPEN IN THOR: LOVE AND THUNDER!
Well, while we can’t exactly tell you what’s going to happen in the film, we can give you a little bit of an insight as to what is coming. Thor is back in his glory form, he is stronger than ever and he looks absolutely shredded with the best body that Chris Hemsworth has ever built for any film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Not only that, but we have a few faces that we have been dying to see more of in the Thor franchise. The first and most important one out of these is Jane Foster, also known as The Mighty Thor.
Thor and Jane had a bond that couldn’t be broken, they were essentially soulmates who had found themselves after their different worlds collided back in 2011. They completely lost each other after a while in those events though, and when they recuperated back in Thor: The Dark World, they were just in such a treacherous situation with the aether that they couldn’t really bond over it. However, this time around; the relationship seems to be a bit more even footed as Jane Foster has managed to find herself her own extremely powerful set of abilities. Jane Foster is the Mighty Thor, highly anticipated character from the beloved marvel comic book series, the Mighty Thor is essentially Jane foster taking on the mantle of Thor after he has retired. However, we’re quite sure that this film isn’t going to do exactly the things that the comic book series managed to. We’ve always found that the Marvel Cinematic Universe has told the comic book stories in their own unique ways. We’re sure that it won’t be any different this time around either.
Of course, Valkyrie is also making a comeback as the queen of Asgard. Valkyrie has been one of Thor’s most formidable allies, not only did she help him during the most difficult time of his life in Ragnarok, but she was also there in the battle against Thanos in Wakanda. So, it only makes sense that she makes her comeback right when Thor needs her most. More importantly though, Taika Waititi’s very own character of Korg is also making a comeback to the films! However, this time around he isn’t just a side character but an actual supporting character that stays throughout the film from beginning to end. Some of the old Asgardian faces are also going to make a return, such as Lady Sif who we haven’t seen for many films at this point. There are also rumors for many different cameos, but the most important ones come from the Guardians of the Galaxy themselves. In fact, it’s a little more than a cameo because the guardians are going to stay throughout the film, at least the first half, we’re quite sure of it. This is simply going to be one of the biggest movies with one of the largest casts in any Marvel Cinematic Universe feature film that you have seen to date.