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Thor: Love and Thunder’s Working Title References the Avenger’s Weight Loss – CBR – Comic Book Resources

Posted: October 18, 2020 at 1:53 am

Thor: Love and Thunder's working title features a nod to the character's weight gain in Avengers: Endgame and an episode of Seinfeld.

The working title for Taika Waititi's Thor: Love and Thunderis a hilarious callback totwo things: Thor's formally overweight physique, and Seinfeld.

This revelation came courtesy of DisInsider editor in chief Skyler Shuler, who wrote "THOR: LOVE AND THUNDER's working title is THE BIG SALAD..." On a Marvel-related level, this line is seeminglyan homage to the Avengers: Endgame scene where Thor tearfully reunites with his mother Queen Frigga in the Thor: The Dark World timeline. Despite foreseeing theevents that will lead to her death, Frigga helps gives her son closure and regain his lost confidence, but ends their reunion with a plea thathe "eat a salad," noting Thor's extensive weight gain post-Thanos' snap.

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At the same time, the wordplay also references a Seinfeld episode called"The Big Salad," whose title derives from a scenario whereGeorge buys Elaine the titular big salad. However, being George, he becomes obsessed with receiving credit for the deed after Elaine thanks his girlfriend, who physically handed her thesalad, instead of himself. In traditional Seinfeld fashion, this leads to arguments and a breakup.

Thor's shocking obesity in Endgame -- dubbed "Lebowski Thor" due to his bathrobe-and-shades appearance resembling Jeff Bridges' The Dude -- was abyproduct of the Asgardianfalling into depression over his guiltto properly kill Thanos in Infinity War before he could snap half the universe out of existence.

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Though Chris Hemsworth will return to Love and Thunder with histrademark muscular physique, he may not necessarily be Thor. As a loose adaptation of 2016's The Mighty Thor, that title will be handed to Natalie Portman's Jane Foster, who becomes worthy to wieldMjolnir in the comics afterThor (temporarily dubbed Odinson) is rendered unworthy duringOriginal Sin.While this granted Jane the Thunder god's abilities, strength and golden locks, it also unwittingly puther mortal life at risk due to the hammerexpelling all forms of radiation from its wielder'sbodyduring transformations,including the chemotherapy Jane underwentto treat herbreast cancer.

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