It has been confirmed by Taika Waititi, who also co-wrote and directed Thor: The Dark World, that the impending MCU sequel, Thor 4 is still in the works.
Even though Thor: Love and Thunder is scheduled to release in July, director Taika Waititi has stated that the film is still in the works.
In an interview with Variety on the red carpet of the Film Independent Spirit Awards, Waititi stated that the impending Marvel Cinematic Universe sequel is still in development.
“It’s still not finished,” Waititi said so when asked about the film. Waititi said, “It comes out in July, so probably the end of June [laughs]. Probably like a day before the premiere [laughs]. That’s how we do it.”
Thor: Love and Thunder(Thor 4) director Taika Waititi recently acknowledged the film’s resemblance to its predecessor, Thor: Ragnarok, which he co-wrote and directed. “the energy and the intention [of Thor: Love and Thunder] is all still the same” the filmmaker affirmed, saying that the only major difference between the two films was the presence of extra cast members, such as Natalie Portman, Christian Bale, and Chris Pratt, on the set.
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Despite the obvious similarities between Ragnarok and Thor: Love and Thunder, Waititi also promised fans that Thor: Love and Thunder would be even more outrageous.
“It’s crazier. I’ll tell you what’s different,” Waititi was teasingly chastised. “There’ll be far more emotion in this film. And a lot more love. And a lot more thunder. And a lot more Thor, if you’ve seen the photos.”
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Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi admitted that he convinced Marvel Studios that he was capable of delivering a blockbuster film by lying. “Say yes to everything. ‘Absolutely, I can do that. I won’t let you down,'” he made a deadpan joke at her expense, “It’s like getting any job. If you want a job, you’ve got to lie. You’ve got to fake it.”
As a result of Ragnarok’s tremendous critical and economic success, many fans consider it the pinnacle of Thor’s solo saga.
An alleged official Thor: Love and Thunder poster, which Waititi admitted was bogus, was equally misleading to fans. When he first saw it, Waititi thought the image was “so terrible” and joked about making it himself. But after Waititi’s words, information arose that claimed to indicate the poster was in fact a legitimately licensed item.
In theatres Thor: Love and Thunder(Thor 4) will be on July 8th.