In an interview conducted with the actress, entertainment reporter Andrew Freund laid out his theory regarding Thor: Love and Thunder that will be released in the U.S. on Friday. “Is it safe to say that this is the gayest movie ever made in the MCU [Marvel comic universe]?”
Portman said, “I love that reading of it. Yes! I love that.”
Freund continued to develop his theories, by citing sequences in which the characters are flying over rainbows.
The actress added, “That is the core of the comics. It's my feeling this is the place where everything started. It's true to the original material.”
Portman is back in the Thor films after having been absent from the sequel. The character, Jane Foster, plays an important role in the previous movies, taking the spotlight with returning actor Chris Hemsworth.
The Walt Disney Co. has been accused of promoting LGBTQ ideas in its programming directed at children and families. The company faced a huge backlash following the release of videos by reporter Christopher Rufo that showed company leaders boasting about the promotion of the LGBTQ agenda to children via the entertainment offered by the studio.
As News announced, the upcoming cartoon Disney+ series Baymax features a transgender “man” who menstruates and offers advice on what maxi pad to purchase.