With friends like these, who needs the Avengers? Over the course of three solo films, Thor has fought alongside a diverse mix of allies, from the Warriors Three (R.I.P.) to his own backstabbing brother, Loki. But next month, the Odinson will form a new team of heroes to take on Gorr the God Butcher and stop his reign of terror across the nine realms. Now, we have a much better idea of what each of these characters brings to the table. Team Thor
With just two weeks left until Thor: Love and Thunder smashes into theaters, Marvel has released a new extended promo for the highly-anticipated sequel. The preview boasts a ton of new footage. But more importantly, it provides a rundown of every single hero joining Thor on his upcoming adventure. That includes Jane Foster, who now wields her own godly powers as the Mighty Thor. Also tagging along are Korg (Taika Waititi), whose brute strength seems to come and handy during a fight at Olympus; and Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson), who gets to have her own one-on-one with Christian Bale’s Gorr.
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Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy will have a role to play in the film as well. But no matter where this new team goes, they’ll be joined every step of the way by Toothgnasher and Toothgrinder, a pair of mystical goats who pull Thor’s flying chariot (and, as Korg observes, also do a lot of screaming). The promo offers several new looks at all the stunning locations that Thor and his allies will visit, including a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it appearance by two Celestials. Plus, we also get a glimpse at the Thunder God’s secret handshake with Chris Pratt’s Star-Lord.
Thor: Love and Thunder hits theaters on July 8.
Are you excited to watch Team Thor’s cosmic journey next month? Let us know in the comment section below!
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