Natalie Portman’s Character in Thor May Battle Cancer 1

Natalie Portman’s character Jane Foster could include a Breast Cancer storyline in ‘Thor 4’. Taika Waititi, director of Thor, has revealed Natalie will be back as Jane Foster and become female Thor in ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’.

Fans are already excited for the movie after the news. In Variety’s Marc Malkin at the “Jojo Rabbit” press junket on Saturday, the director said, Jane’s cancer could make it into the movie.

We are wondering how closely the film will relate to the comic book storyline that includes Jane’s battle with breast cancer.

Natalie Portman’s Character in Thor May Battle Cancer

The most loved movie worldwide, which has never failed to break the box-office records, Thor 4 is definitely going to win hearts. In the comic series by Jason Aaron, it was revealed that Jane and the “Thor” are the same, but there’s no news as to what movie will be showing.

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In the comic, Jane after attaining super-powers gets rid of cancer but still ravages her body in human form. Many of the Marvel films take inspiration from the comics, though some elements are left on the cutting table.

Natalie Portman’s Character in Thor May Battle Cancer

The director said, “I think it’s really cool that she’s fighting this thing and there are two battles going on. Personally, I really love that storyline. We’re not sure if we’re going to do a complete life of that whole storyline. These things change through the shoot and even when we’re editing sometimes. Like, let’s get rid of that the storyline where she’s got breast cancer. We’ll change it to something else, or maybe she’s fine.”

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The release of the movie is set for November 5, 2021, and the shooting will start early in 2020.

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