It makes sense that Jane would then fall in love with him, even if she didn't have her memories of Thor
Thor Odinson is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character is based on the Norse mythological god of the same name, the Asgardian god of thunder whose enchanted hammer Mjolnir enables him to fly and manipulate weather, among his other superhuman attributes.
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at the time. He and Jane went on to marry, have a son, and then divorce. Thor and Sif
The character is depicted commonly in association with the superhero Thor. Based on the Norse goddess Sif, she was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby and first appeared in Journey Into Mystery #102 (March 1964). As an Asgardian warrior and lover of Thor, Sif often accompanies Thor into battle.
Jane Foster promises Gorr with her own dying breath that Thor will take care of the child, and Thor, now heartbroken and alone, chooses to adopt the child. But in real life, the actor that plays Love is actually Chris Hemsworth's real daughter. The implications of this in future Marvel projects are twofold.
Upon saving Asgard from Ragnarok, Odin forces her to relinquish the hammer to Donald Blake so he can become the new Thor. This resulted in Jane losing her powers, but she was allowed to remain on Asgard and keep her goddess status since she later falls in love with and marries Thor.
Love is the daughter of Gorr the God Butcher, whose death by starvation triggered her father's murderous crusade against all gods for forsaking them. She was ultimately resurrected by the cosmic entity Eternity in accordance with Gorr's wish, brought on by Thor's advice.
Who Plays Love? Gorr's daughter is played by India Rose Hemsworth, the daughter of Thor himself, Chris Hemsworth, and actress Elsa Pataky. Hemsworth has talked about how his children are in the movie, saying "...Taika had his children in there. Christian Bale had his.
Jane Foster was simply an old flame of Thor's; she is his one great love, the one he never really recovered from losing. In a montage narrated by Korg (Taika Waititi) and “Our Last Summer” by ABBA playing in the background, audiences get to see how loving of a relationship they really had.
But notably, Asgardian leader Valkyrie (played by Tessa Thompson) remains unattached. Valkyrie, Marvel's first out LGBTQ+ superhero, was introduced in 2017's “Thor: Ragnarok,” though a scene that would have addressed her sexuality was ultimately cut from that film.
Thor's wife was Sif, a golden-haired fertility goddess, with whom he had a daughter, Thrudr (Strength). He was also the father of two sons, Modi (Courage) and Magni (Strength), by Jarnsaxa, a giantess, and stepfather of Sif's son Ull.
Thor was married twice: first to Iarnsaxa and second to Sif. He had 3 sons and 1 daughter from these 2 marriages. He did not kill any of his family. In this respect he is nothing like Herakles who was promiscuous and uncaring towards his wives.
In Norse mythology, Móði (Old Norse: [ˈmoːðe]; anglicized Módi or Mothi) and Magni [ˈmɑɣne] are the sons of Thor. Their names translate to "Wrath" and "Mighty," respectively. Rudolf Simek states that, along with Thor's daughter Þrúðr ("Strength"), they embody their father's features.
Magni and Móði (Old Norse: "strength" and "bravery") are a pair of minor deities in Norse mythology. They are sons of the god Thor, said to be embodiments of their father's traits. While Magni is born to Thor by the jötunn Járnsaxa (a lover of Thor), the name of Móði's mother is unknown.
During Thor: Love and Thunder's ending, the title of the movie is justified by the newly formed duo – Thor the God of Thunder and his adoptive daughter, Love. Not only did Thor train Love for combat, but he also gave Gorr's daughter Stormbreaker.
Jane Foster (Natalie Portman) ended their relationship and getting dumped has left him at a pretty low point in his life. He's been bringing the thunder, but he hasn't necessarily been feeling the love—and it's clearly taking a toll on his heroics.
It is revealed that Thor and Jane broke up sometime after the events of Avengers: Age of Ultron. When a fangirl tells Thor she's sorry that Jane dumped him, he sheepishly replies that it was a mutual breakup.
Love being born out of Eternity means she is bound to be one of the strongest beings in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with her small display just being a showcase. But her receiving these powers remains inexplicable. It can be explained as the Enigma Force might be what's responsible for the source of Love's powers.