Thor: Love and Thunder, the latest sequel from Chris Hemsworth, has received an audience CinemaScore.
Thor: Love and Thunder, the most recent movie from Marvel Studios, is the series’ second theatrical release in 2022. As the fourth solo picture starring Chris Hemsworth as the God of Thunder, the movie also welcomes back Taika Waititi as director and Natalie Portman as Jane Foster, who hasn’t been seen since 2013’s The Dark World. The movie’s official CinemaScore rating has been made public now that it is playing in cinemas.
Thor: Love and Thunder, starring Chris Hemsworth, scored a B+ from CinemaScore’s audience survey on its opening night.
Thor: Love and Thunder is currently receiving a B+ CinemaScore, which puts it on par with Marvel Studios’ last movie, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, in terms of public response. Regarding Chris Hemsworth’s earlier solo movies, the 2011 origin tale earned the same grade, while Ragnarok scored an A and The Dark World received an A-.
Black Widow scored an A-, Spider-Man: No Way Home received an A+, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings got an A, and Eternals received a B on the CinemaScore report card for Marvel Studios’ Phase 4. It’s obvious that audience responses to the most recent phase of the MCU are somewhat more conflicted than they were in earlier eras when excitement was undoubtedly stronger.
Thor: Love and Thunder is out in cinemas.