For the opening of Marvel Studios’ Thor: Love and Thunder, Disney and nonprofit KultureCity are offering sensory inclusive screenings for the God of Thunder’s latest adventure.
The 1950’s were the heyday of McCarthyism and like many other forms of entertainment, comic books came to be viewed as a threat. The industry’s reaction to the threat would kick off an entirely new era – the Silver Age of Comics.
Thor: Love and Thunder finished filming a couple of weeks ago. Crew members were given T-shirts to commemorate the event. When photos of the shirts were posted online, keen eyes noticed Jane’s Mighty Thor was pictured armored up, giving us our first-look at the new armor.
We might not know much about the movie but we now know what the costumes look like. Photos from the set of Thor: Love and Thunder reveal Star-Lord and Thor’s new costumes.
This chart was created by Reddit’s trevordeal, a regular contributor of these charts for a while now. It shows all the Marvel Cinematic Universe titles set to debut theatrically and on Disney+ through 2023.
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