Thor: Love And Thunder: Matt Damon and Luke Hemsworth’s Roles Revealed; Asgard Might Get Rebuilt

After months of delay due to the lockdown, the shooting of several Marvel Phase 4 movies have commenced. One movie for which the fandom is superexcited is Thor: Love and Thunder. It will be the 4th instalment on God of Thunder starring Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman and Tessa Thompson. Taika Waititi will be directing the film.

The shooting of Thor: Love and Thunder is currently happening in Australia. Both Chris and Taika had taken to their social media pages weeks ago to announce that they have started filming. Later, there were reports that actors Matt Damon and Luke Hemsworth will be a part of the fourth film too. The duo was earlier seen in Thor: Ragnarok (2017) who played the actors in Asgard.

Fans were curious to know about the characters Matt Damon and Luke Hemsworth will play in the film. Well, their roles are now revealed. The news is not revealed by Marvel or the makers officially, but a Twitter page shared a picture in which both the actors are seen in their characters. Matt and Luke will be reprising their roles even in the upcoming film.

In Thor: Ragnarok, when Tom Hiddleston’s Loki disguises as Odin and watches a play on their battle in Thor: The Dark World, the roles of Thor and Loki in the Asgard play are played by Luke and Matt, respectively. In Thor: Love and Thunder too, they will play the actors as the photos from the sets show them wearing the clothes the real Thor and Loki wore in Ragnarok when they meet Odin on Earth for the last time.

Check out the pic from Thor 4 set below:

Another big news coming for all MCU fans about the film is about Asgard. In Ragnarok, we see God of Thunder’s planet gets burned down to ashes when Surtur is released during the fight with Hela (Cate Blanchett). But the new pic from the sets in Australia hints that the planet might get rebuilt for the fourth part.

Daily Mail managed to capture the picture from the sets. The set designs remind us of the structures we have seen in Asgard in the previous Thor films. To take a look at the picture, click here.

Talking about Thor: Love and Thunder, Natalie Portman will be lifting the Mjolnir in the film. Guardians of The Galaxy actor Chris Pratt will also have a part to play in the film. Taika Waititi and GoTG 4 director James Gunn had discussed their scripts before filming. A lot of fans want Loki to be a part of the new film too. However, the makers have not confirmed anything about Tom Hiddleston’s return. Only after watching the series Loki will we get an idea if he will be a part of the film or not.

Thor: Love and Thunder will hit the theatre screens on February 11, 2022.

What do you think, will Matt Damon and Luke Hemsworth contribute to the story of Marvel’s fourth film on God of Thunder? Do let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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Pooja Darade
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