Since the end of Endgame in 2019, the MCU has kept things moving along successfully, delivering new films and shows essentially every month for the past 18 months. Thor (Chris Hemsworth), who has been a part of the MCU since the very beginning, will make his first appearance since the aforementioned Endgame in Thor: Love and Thunder, which will be his fourth standalone feature.
Fans are now speculating on how Chris Hemsworth’s Thor: Love and Thunder may hint at the MCU’s future before its launch next month. Although fans will need to wait a little longer for that type of information, at the very least, fresh details about the most recent batch of post-credits sequences have surfaced.
Thor: Love and Thunder Post-Credits scenes count confirmed
Fans did obtain some much-needed information, despite the fact that reviewers have refrained from giving away any narrative specifics for the film for obvious reasons. By the time the credits have completed rolling, viewers may anticipate two post-credits tags, according to individuals who have seen the film. One mid-credits scene and one post-credits scene, according to Disney Examiner’s Jordie Poblete.
“Thor: Love and Thunder is much more episodic than I would have suspected. Delivers big laughs. Very standard, the cookie-cutter villain with Christian Bale. I want the buddy cop comedy with Natalie Portman & Tessa Thompson. Matt Damon must go Broadway. Post credits are EPIC! Pure fun.”
p.s. one more-credits scene, one post-credits scene #ThorLoveAndThunder
— Jordie Poblete (@jordiepoblete) June 24, 2022
Love and Thunder was “much more episodic than [he] would have suspected,” Variety’s Clayton Davis said, adding that the “post-credits are EPIC.” He said:
“Thor: Love and Thunder is a solid take on the Mighty Thor comics — it’s great to see Natalie wield the hammer and all that comes with it. Christian Bale is a top-tier MCU villain and Chris/Tessa are great as always. Another Taika win with humor, heart & a can’t miss credits reveal.”
#ThorLoveAndThunder is much more episodic than I would have suspected. Delivers big laughs. Very standard, cookie cutter villain with Christian Bale. I want the buddy cop comedy with Natalie Portman & Tessa Thompson. Matt Damon must go Broadway. Post credits are EPIC! Pure fun. pic.twitter.com/2J5UQuHHSA
— Clayton Davis – Stand with 🇺🇦 (@ByClaytonDavis) June 24, 2022
Reviews indicate that these moments are among the best in recent memory, which suggests that Marvel Studios may be teasing a significant development for Thor or the MCU as a whole. Fans are eager to see how the MCU will continue the Thor saga, which began 11 years ago, with just a few weeks till the film’s premiere. And we, for sure, are eager to look at what this marvelous flick houses for its fans.
Thor: Love and Thunder is set to hit theatres on July 8, 2022.