Thor: Love and Thunder could have drifted just a few months additional away but it surely appears fairly a bit continues to be occurring behind the scenes. Ragnarok was fairly a contemporary breath of air and fairly a little bit of it’s because of the returning director Taika Waititi. After all, he introduced collectively the best people to in all probability give us one of many funniest and brightest photos within the franchise. The subsequent installment already sounds loopy with the return of Jane Foster, Valkyrie getting extra focus and Christian Bale enjoying a villain. It already seems like numerous Waititi‘s attraction will carry over into this movie as effectively. The very best half is, costume designer Mayes C. Rubeo can even return for the following installment of the MCU’s first tetralogy.

Mayes C. Rubeo (‘WandaVision’, ‘Thor Ragnarok’) will function costume designer on ‘THOR: LOVE AND THUNDER’. (Supply: @IMDbPro)

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Rubeo has been busy engaged on WandaVision, which already continues to point out her abilities with costume design. One of many standout parts of Ragnarok was the good redesign of Thor’s armor. We nonetheless had his unique search for fairly a bit within the movie however the Sakaar designs had been an unimaginable addition. Quite a lot of parts additionally survived into Avengers: Infinity Struggle earlier than he defaulted again to his unique design in Endgame. Right here’s hoping we get one other new design for Love and Thunder that additionally brings again his helmet. We in all probability noticed extra of Thor’s helmet in Ragnarok than we did within the entirety of the MCU. It additionally opens up the query if the design shall be for the model of Thor that was launched in Endgame. Quite a lot of attention-grabbing potentialities as we transfer ahead into Section 4.

Are you excited for Thor: Love and Thunder? What’s your favourite costume design for Thor?

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Joseph Aberl

I am a media planner by day and a author by evening. An Austro-American utilizing my free time to put in writing about something I can get my arms on. Attempting to make use of my background in advertising and marketing and media in some inventive methods. Creator of @WeeklyWatchmen and I additionally contribute to @FilmInquiry.