Following the smash-hit success of his movie Thor: Ragnarok, Taika Waititi is returning to the Marvel Cinematic Universe once again to write and direct the as-yet-untitled Thor 4.
And with Chris Hemsworth expected to reprise his fan-favorite role as Marvel’s God of Thunder, it’s fair to say that this particular Marvel sequel won’t be one to miss.
When is Thor 4 released in cinemas?
While we don’t have any exact information on Thor 4’s release, Marvel did recently earmark a number of release dates for its films – even if it hasn’t said exactly which films will be released then.
Of these currently-vacant dates, our bet would be on Thor 4 dropping on November 5th, 2021 (roughly the time of year that Ragnarok was released), through May 6th, 2022 is also a possibility.
What is the Thor sequel called?
We can’t imagine someone with a sense of humor like Waititi’s ignoring the pun opportunities for the fourth installment of the Thor franchise. Could it be called T4or? Thour? If nothing else, this whole experience is going to give us a terrible lisp.
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More seriously, it’s likely that Thor 4’s title will follow in the pattern of previous sequels The Dark World and Ragnarok, i.e. it’ll eschew numbering altogether in favor of a named title.
Keep an eye out at San Diego Comic-Con to see whether they unveil the title there.