Marvel Studios' Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, released recently, has once again proved that Marvel's fans have spread all over the world. After making a splash at the worldwide box office with 'Doctor Strange 2', Marvel Studios is back on the big screen with yet another superhero movie. The Marvel Cinematic Universe has once again brought the fourth part of its 2011 movie 'Thor', 'Thor: Love and Thunder'. After sharing the first look of the movie in the past, the makers have now released the first trailer of the movie, in which Thor has once again come back in his old form to protect everyone.
Amazing Action Shown in the Trailer: The 2-minute trailer of 'Thor: Love and Thunder' begins with the fan-favorite character Korg from the movie 'Guardians of the Galaxy' narrating the stories of Thor's adventures. He tells the children about the events in the life of Thor, the god of lightning, in which he covers the children from Thor's transformation to his love. After which, in the trailer, we get to see the first glimpse of the villain of the movie 'Gore', which looks creepy in itself. He swears in the name of all the gods. In the middle of the trailer, Jane Foster's entry is happening, which surprises everyone. She appears in the film as Mighty Thor and is seen fighting fiercely with Thor. After watching the trailer, it is clear that along with emotional connection, there is a lot of action to be seen in the film.
Christian Bale's entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe: Let us tell you that Christian Bale's character as Gaur is reminiscent of Lord Voldemort from the 'Harry Potter' movies, with white skin like skeletons and a dangerous voice. The trailer is once again bringing the love between Thor and Zayn among the fans. Very few people know about the story of 'Thor: Love and Thunder', although it was announced in July 2019. 'Thor: Love and Thunder' is going to be in a more emotional movie than 'Ragnarok'. Now after a long wait, the first trailer of this film has arrived for the fans of Marvel's world.