Thor: Love and Thunder It was one of the great films that Marvel Studios released this year and that introduced Jane Foster, the scientist played by Natalie Portman, in his version of Mighty Thorbut unfortunately we had it for a very short time.
In this film of the Cinematic Universe (MCU, for its acronym in English), unfortunately Jane’s character dies when facing Gorr The God Butcher. She took Mjölnir again and that ended up weakening her even more from the cancer she suffered from, which led to her death.
However, upon becoming the new Goddess of Thunder, Jane Foster ends up turning to golden ash and ascends to Valhalla.in a post-credits scene of the tape and in which she was received by Heimdall (Idris Elba), who confirms that she has died, far from the Earth plane, but present in this sky for the gods.
What we have seen makes it clear that, at any moment, Marvel May Bring Back Jane Foster’s Character. Even though she’s dead, the fact that she’s in Valhalla doesn’t quite kill her and there’s evidence in the comics that she can return to action.
How Jane Foster can return to the MCU
According to a report published on the website of His house that, in the comics, Thor and Odin join forces to resurrect Jane Foster, as long as she can focus on chemotherapy and fight for her life.something that could easily be embodied in the MCU.
During the War of the Realms, Mighty Thor becomes Asgard’s temporary All-Mother, while Frigga joins a group of heroes to destroy Malekith’s Black Bifrost.
When the War of the Realms ends, Jane insists on continuing to fight for Asgard, so if her destiny in the comics was always to protect the Asgardians, chances are she’ll do the same in the Cinematic Universe. Also, we all know that Mighty Thor was the best thing about Thor: Love and Thunder.