The entrance of Jane Foster in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is one of the most eagerly awaited developments in Thor: Love and Thunder. This time, she won’t be the scientist that everyone saw in the previous two movies, but rather, she’ll be donning a new outfit as the Mighty Thor. How did she come to be the female version of her old sweetheart, for those who haven’t read the comics?
Jane Foster, played by Natalie Portman, unexpectedly made her entrance as the Mighty Thor, flaunting the entire appearance and even flashing her enormous biceps, startling everyone, even Thor himself.
She is referred to as the Mighty Thor in the Jason Aarons-written comics. Jane Foster is undergoing chemotherapy after being diagnosed with breast cancer in this instance. She was surprised to discover that she could lift the Mjolnir, something that most others could not achieve.
She transforms into a goddess and is powerful thanks to Thor’s hammer. Even though she lacks Thor’s superhuman strength, she may still rival it when she uses the Mjolnir.
But there’s a catch: when she’s not Mighty Thor, she reverts to her weak and feeble body, dying of cancer. The other catch, and a more serious one for her, is that anytime she dresses up as the Mighty Thor, cancer within her swiftly grows, making it more lethal for her, yet she still grabs the hammer when Thor is not there and wears the mantle to defend others.
It is the same for Jane in Thor: Love and Thunder whether she is the Mighty Thor and when she is a fragile lady in the fourth stage of cancer. Although Jane would like to continue as the Mighty Thor, cancer in her body spreads quicker when she does.
This was too much for her. She was aware that Thor need assistance in fighting Gorr the God Butcher, and she opted to surrender her life for the protection of the Asgardian children held prisoner by the monster, as well as to assist the love of her life. She fought till the last end, exactly like an Asgardian should.
Thor: Love and Thunder is currently in cinemas.