Tonight at 8:15 pm, VOX will show Thor 2 – The Dark Kingdom, Thor’s second adventure, whose plot also plays an important role in “Avengers 4: Endgame.” Next, we will tell you what the MCU has in store for the son of Odin.
When Thor (Chris Hemsworth) was introduced to the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2011 with his first solo film of the same name, Marvel brains Kevin Feige paved the way for the cosmic expanses of the MCU. The god of thunder, who in the meantime had to prove himself worthy of his hammer Mjølnir, developed over several movies to become a constant with the Avengers. In the course of numerous conflicts, the once proud warrior had to receive several blows of fate, which finally broke him.
After the triumph of Thanos, the hero of steel falls into a deep depression and degenerates into a mixture of Lebowski with an alcohol problem who seems to care about nothing or nothing. It takes a lot of persuasion on the part of the Avengers to convince him of his time travel project. In search of the stone of reality, Thor ends up in the Asgard of the past in a moment that we already know from “Thor 2 – The Dark Kingdom”.
This happens in “Thor 2 – The Dark Kingdom”
After defeating his brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston) in “Thor,” the god of thunder has his hands full to restore order to the nine worlds. However, it isn’t long until the dark elves surrounding the sinister Malekith (Christopher Eccleston) become the next big threat. This ancient race, which already existed before the universe itself, wants to use the ether, which is later revealed as an infinity stone, to once again plunge the world into absolute darkness. In the course of this conflict, Thor’s mother, Frigga (Renee Russo), also dies.
In “Endgame,” Thor has the opportunity to say goodbye to his mother through time travel with Rocket (originally spoken by Bradley Cooper).
Thor in “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3”?
At the end of “Avengers 4: Endgame,” Thor joins the Guardians of the Galaxy around Peter Quill (Chris Pratt), Rocket and Drax (Dave Bautista), at least temporarily. That this constellation could cause some laughs was already indicated in “Avengers 3: Infinity War” when Odin’s son landed on the troop ship after Thanos’ attack. With “Endgame,” the desire to see more of the band Thor renamed “Asgardians Of The Galaxy” in the future was reinforced again.
If Thor is still part of the crew on the next space heroes adventure, we may not know until 2021 or even 2022 at the earliest, because there is still no exact start date for “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 ”By James Gunn.
What about “Thor 4”?
Chris Hemsworth has said several times in the past that he would like to return for a fourth solo “Thor” film if “Thor 3” director Taika Waititi were also back on board. That would make Thor the first MCU superhero to receive four solo movies. Tessa Thompson (“Men In Black: International”), who plays the role of Valkyrie in “Thor 3” and can also be seen in “Endgame,” revealed to the Los Angeles Timesthat a fourth solo performance may already be prepared. According to his statements, there is a draft for only one other film, but he could not provide more information. Waititi is also said to be in talks with those responsible for the redirect.
If there is anything to the information, it should still take a while before we can look forward to a fourth thunder god adventure. In addition to the third “Guardians” movie, Marvel’s movie calendar is already packed with “The Eternals,” “Black Widow” and other sequels and new movies. “Thor 4” doesn’t seem to have any priority at the moment.
Still, we will definitely see Chris Hemsworth again. Because recently it was announced that he still has a contract for another phase of films.
“Thor 2 – The Dark Kingdom” is the second solo adventure of the god of thunder on VOX tonight at 8:15 pm.