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Of the three MCU films releasing in 2022, Thor: Love and Thunder is by far the most exciting. Previously slated for the traditional May MCU tentpole release date, Love and Thunder will now occupy MarvelStudios' summer blockbuster slot with its July 8th worldwide release. 2017's Thor: Ragnarok is widely regarded as one of Marvel's best works, as it reinvented the character of Thor (Chris Hemsworth) in a way that boosted his general appeal. This is one of the reasons why general audiences and MCU enthusiasts alike are counting down the days for Thor to set a new MCU record by being the only character to receive 4 solo films.
The last time audiences saw Thor was in the epic two-part Infinity Saga finale, Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. Thor's character arc took a dark turn throughout those films as he dealt with the loss of his father, brother, best friend, and his people. Endgame introduced a new version of Thor, one crippled by fear and haunted by the memory of Thanos, developing a form of PTSD. The movie ended with Thor going off into space with the Guardians of the Galaxy, rejuvenated by Thanos' defeat and regaining some semblance of his former self. Endgame's ending is significant as it set Thor free from all his narrative limitations, especially since he passed on the throne of New Asgard to Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson).
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