The Marvel Cinematic Universe is always ready with some new superhero movie to be released. Many Marvel movies are lined up to be launched this year. Movies and series that will be very important for the whole Marvel timeline to proceed further in phase 4.
Thor: Love and Thunder Brings Back Beloved Asgardians
The extraterrestrial royalty will join forces with Jane Foster, played by Natalie Portman, and the Guardians of the Galaxy. Together they will take on Christian Bale’s ‘Gorr The God Butcher.’ Fans are anxiously anticipating the commencement of the fourth Thor film’s promotional tour, which will probably start soon.
The picture currently has the second-shortest period between its initial trailer and its final release date in MCU history. It is a little about 3 months. Although nothing official has surfaced from Marvel or Disney at this time, behind-the-scenes shots and leaked promo images have hinted at intriguing recent innovations for the God of Thunder.
Christian Bale Reshooting His Scenes For Thor 4
The Batman actor is now collaborating with Marvel on post-production for Thor: Love and Thunder. According to Jeff Sneider of The Ankler, both the actor and the production house are busy with the final release. Per Sneider, the reason for this delay in the release of the trailer is the redoing of the scenes. These shoots are happening in Manhattan Beach, California.
Bale appeared in gear as the new alien villain in earlier set photographs, but there are no indications as to what his job is to do in this cosmic sequel. Part of what happened in these reshoots may likely be seen in the impending debut trailer. Though with no confirmed storyline information, trailer content still seems to be up in the air.
Marvel And Its Habit Of Reshooting Scenes
The idea of Marvel’s reshoots has been a hot topic in the MCU recently. Especially with Doctor Strange inside the Multiverse of Madness requiring six weeks of them. Since production wrapped last year, Thor: Love and Thunder went through its round of reshoots. But this is the first word on Bale’s Gorr. Reshoots, on the other hand, are a crucial component of Marvel Studios’ filming process. It ensures that the final cut conveys the greatest story possible, which director Chloé Zhao calls “a blessing.”
As Bale introduces the MCU’s first Symbiote-based nemesis, fans are eager to see how powerful Gorr will be as he goes on a rampage throughout the cosmos. It’s doubtful that fans will learn what these reshoots bring to the tale until much later, but Marvel still is trying hard to make sure the enemy is a major element of the story, no matter what they record on film. Thor: Love and Thunder will release on July 8, 2022, in cinemas.