‘THOR RAGNAROK’ To Explain Thor And Jane Foster’s Break Up

It has been revealed by Chris Hemsworth that Thor: Ragnarök will directly address Thor and Dr. Jane Foster’s relationship and explain the latter’s place in the MCU.  

During a set visit to the film Screen Rant asked Hemsworth some questions about the film. One such question was if Thor was just over Jane Foster. Hemsworth replied that:

“We have some… Very respectable fun with how that relationship may have come to an end.”

jane foster

As of now Natalie Portman has said she does not have immediate future plans in the MCU however she is open to returning. Until then, Hemsworth went on to add that Ragnarök will examine a new romantic relationship between Thor and Valkyrie: 

“It’s like Thor’s meeting his hero! And he’s absolutely smitten by her and because of her history, and being a Valkyrie and all of that. But she’s also this beautiful woman so he’s kind of caught off guard. And she can, you know, she could beat the s*** out of him if she wanted. So I think he hasn’t come up against that very often. It certainly wasn’t the case with Jane. There was a whole different affection and love there. So that was another, you know, ‘How can we make that different from the previous [relationship]?’”


The fact Valkyrie can stand toe to toe with Odinson it will be interesting to see how the relationship will differ from his previous. – Jacob Campbell

Source: Heroic Hollywood

Thor: Ragnarök pre sale tickets are on sale now, in theatres November 3rd, 2017! 
Imprisoned on the other side of the universe, the mighty Thor finds himself in a deadly gladiatorial contest that pits him against the Hulk, his former ally and fellow Avenger. Thor’s quest for survival leads him in a race against time to prevent the all-powerful Hela from destroying his home world and the Asgardian civilization.

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