‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ Writer Jennifer Kaytin Robinson Talks Jane’s Big Storyline, Brett Goldstein’s Cameo and Chasing Taika Waititi With a Laptop
Spoiler Alert: This story discusses major plot developments in Marvel Studios’ “Thor-Love-and-Thunder-2022-movie-posters/”>Thor: Love and Thunder,” currently playing in theaters.When Jennifer Kaytin Robinson first got a call from Marvel Studios, it wasn’t about writing the script for “Thor: Love and Thunder” with director Taika Waititi.“I actually pitched to write ‘Captain Marvel 2,’” Robinson tells Variety.
“And off of that pitch, they were like, ‘So we’re not giving you this job.
We’re going to pair you with Taika and you’re going to help him on ‘Thor.””At the time, Waititi was in the throes of awards season for 2019’s “Jojo Rabbit,” which won the filmmaker the Oscar for best adapted screenplay, and needed a partner to work through the film’s delicate tightrope walk of a story: Thor (Chris Hemsworth) battles the existential threat of Gorr the God Butcher (Christian Bale) with his ex-girlfriend Jane Foster
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