Thor: Love and Thunder, a new Marvel film, is based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name. The film will be released on July 8, 2022, as a sequel to Thor Ragnarok and the fourth instalment in the Thor franchise. According to director Taika Waititi, the film will include scenes from Jason Aaron’s run on The Mighty Thor, which debuted in July of this year. This will be Chris Hemsworth’s fourth solo Thor film, and it may be his last, since he intends to hand over the role to his long-term girlfriend, Jane Foster (Natalie Portman).
Because the series also involves Egyptian Gods and Love And Thunder is set to debut Gorr: The God Butcher, fans have hypothesised that the two films might cross paths in the film. The Egyptian gods were introduced to the MCU in Moon Knight, the most recent instalment, with Khonshu, the Egyptian god of the moon, being the most well-known. In an exclusive conversation with The Direct’s Russ Milheim, Moon Knight writer Beau DeMayo discussed the possibility of a Thor: Love and Thunder connection emerging in the series’ last two episodes.
After all, the project’s foe is a God-killing machine—could Christian Bale’s character Gorr square fight against Khonshu, the Egyptian God of the Moon Knights? Given that DeMayo appears to be unaware of the series’ relationship, viewers should not expect anything until the finale. A post-credits scene, at the very least, may tease Gorr’s appearance.