Cate Blanchett would love to return to MCU opposite Natalie Portman’s ‘female Thor’

Cate Blanchett want to face Natalie Portman’s girl Thor sooner or later within the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).

Hollywood star Cate Blanchett is proud of Natalie Portman turning “feminine Thor” within the not too long ago introduced Thor: Love and Thunder.

On the San Diego comic-con final month, Marvel Studios had revealed {that a} fourth installment within the Thor franchise in within the works with Taika Waititi returning because the director and Chris Hemsworth as God of Thunder.

Throughout the announcement Waititi had stated that Portman’s character (Jane Foster) within the movie could have a feminine Thor arc.

“I’m so, so excited. I’m so wanting ahead to seeing it, as a result of I completely cherished seeing all of them with my youngsters.

“…(Portman) has been an unimaginable advocate for feminising that universe. It’s proper and true that these franchises ought to be really cutting-edge, as a result of that’s historically what (comics) have finished. To know that Natalie goes to have such a pivotal function is actually thrilling,” Blanchett informed Leisure Tonight.

The actor, who performed Hela, the goddess of loss of life, in Thor: Ragnarok, stated she want to face Portman’s girl Thor sooner or later within the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).

“I’m right here,” she teased.

The 50-year-old actor, nevertheless, stated not Thor however Brie Larson-fronted Captain Marvel is her favorite MCU film.

“I actually, actually cherished Captain Marvel. No offence, (Waititi), but it surely was in all probability my favorite,” she added.

Other than Portman taking up the Asgardian reign, Thor: Love and Thunder can even grow to be the primary MCU movie to function a LGBTQ+ hero in Tessa Thompson’s Valkyrie.

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The film is slated for a November, 2021 launch.

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