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Monday, July 22, 2019

Natalie Portman Is A Female Thor

What The Fuck!
Political Correctness Gone Mad

  • I sure as shit am NOT interested in paying to see politically correct movies with a gay Superman, a Tranny Hulk or a Lesbian Captain Marvel.
  • Bottom line. When you go down the PC road that means the writers have no clue what to do and turn to propaganda rather than entertainment.

Thor: Love and Thunder will see the return of Natalie Portman's Jane Foster. However, there is going to be a huge difference this time around. Portman will be playing the female Thor in the highly anticipated sequel and Marvel Cinematic Universe fans are more than likely freaking out over the news.
Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige dumped a whole lot of exciting news last night at San Diego Comic-Con, so some of it has gotten lost in the shuffle due to all of the pandemonium. With that being said, Natalie Portman is very excited to return. She had this to say.
"I've always had a little hammer envy," said Natalie Portman while on stage at San Diego Comic-Con last night. She was holding a prop version of Mjolnir when she delivered the line with a huge smile on her face. 
Obviously, the crowd was going wild by this point. Portman was last seen as Jane Foster earlier this year in a brief non-speaking role in Avengers: Endgame and fans have been wondering if the character was going to make a comeback.
As for the female Thor storyline, Jane Foster ultimately becomes the Mighty Lady Thor when The God of Thunder is no longer worthy of picking up Mjolnir in the rebooted Thor #1. 
Jason Aaron wrote the story and was widely praised because he did not reveal that the Mighty Lady Thor was Foster until the end of the run. It's not clear if Taika Waititi will be using Aaron's source material for anything else other than the female Thor aspect.

A Female Thor?
I am more of a traditionalist but I can see two good arguments for the character.
Thor Thursday

Loki with cleavage?
Why the Hell not! Works for me.

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