Marvel Theory: What is Thor's future in the MCU?
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After Avengers: Endgame ended with Tony’s snap, an old Captain America and Black Widow permanently gone, it seemed like there were no original Avengers left to carry on to the next movie. But surprisingly, instead of wrapping up his story, Endgame gave Thor a new purpose and set the God of Thunder up for even more adventures and movies.
That’s probably because Thor: Ragnarok was so well-received. Thanks to Taika Waititi, the complete revamp of the Thor franchise revitalized the character and now we’re in for even more Thor movies down the line. But what about future Avengers films? Does Thor have a place in Avengers 5 or other big team up movies? Absolutely he does. Because of his current status, Thor can act as the bridge between the original Avengers team and the new roster. Because we’ll be seeing new heroes officially team up like Doctor Strange, Captain Marvel, the Eternals and even potentially Jane Foster’s Mighty Thor, the new Avengers will need someone like Thor in order to keep them in line and hold the team together. And given where Thor started, this is an amazing development.
So today’s video is all about Thor and his role in the future of the MCU. We’ll discuss how Phase 4 will play out leading to the next Avengers movie and how Thor will be the lynchpin to the entire new team. So go ahead and check out the video below and after you’re done, leave us a comment about if you want Thor to stay looking like melted ice cream or if you want to see his muscles again! And hit that subscribe button while you’re there. Thanks for watching CBR! See you next time!
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