They are set to team up with their own movie, , having a proper team-up movie with two MCU love interests is a promising prospect.Add that to the fact that the previous Ant-Man (Michael Douglas) and Wasp (Hope's mother Janet van Dyne) saw their partnership end in tragedy — with Janet van Dyne lost in the quantum realm — only ups the emotional stakes.Jane Foster during their big kissing scene at the end of the credits."It was for reshoots and he was working in Hong Kong and I couldn't get there because I was working on my own film," Portman told the .And moviegoers had not a clue thanks to the magic of moviemaking."It was such a perfect solution, wasn't it? Pataky and Hemsworth began dating in early 2010 not long after Elsa ended a three-year relationship with Oscar winner Adrien Brody The two tied the knot in December 2010 and later welcomed their first child, daughter India Rose, now 18 months. News that the couple is expecting their second child.It's not a total surprise — the Oscar-winning actress isn't among the cast for the upcoming , would have broken ground as the first woman to direct a Marvel movie, and Portman had lobbied Marvel to hire the director.All told, Jane and Thor's relationship was arguably the least compelling of the romantic pairings in the MCU.
Scott Lang and Hope Pym Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) and Hope Pym (Evangeline Lilly) have chemistry that is unrivaled in the MCU.
The good guys (and gals) of the Marvel Cinematic Universe just can't win in love.
Natalie Portman, who played the brilliant physicist Jane Foster (and love interest to Chris Hemsworth's Thor) in two films, made headlines this week by saying she is done with the MCU, as far as she knows.
If it looked like Chris Hemsworth wasn’t just acting during his passionate kiss at the end of the credits on “Thor: The Dark World” - it’s because he wasn’t.
Co-star Natalie Portman revealed to the Daily News that due to a scheduling conflict she couldn’t reprise her role as Thor’s mortal girlfriend in time to film the scene.