The new sets from the movie Thor: Love and Thunder are coming!

The new sets from the movie Thor: Love and Thunder are coming!

The new sets from the movie Thor

The new Marvel Cinematic Universe movie, Thor: Love and Thunder will hit theaters on July 6, 2022, but LEGO has already unveiled two sets related to the new film: Thor's Viking ship from LEGO Marvel # 76208 Thor's Drakkar and the LEGO Marvel set # 76207 Attack on New Asgard (accidentally revealed from an advance sale at the LEGO Store at Istanbul Airport). Shall we go and discover them together?


Strongly wanted by Chris Hemsworth, the actor who played Thor in all the films of the MCU, the actor has several times expressed his interest in playing the Viking God again despite his contract ending with Endgame. In July 2019, director Taika Waititi signed an agreement to write and direct the new and fourth Thor film, which will be a true sequel to 2017's Thor: Ragnarok.

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Let's discover the two sets, which join the one already announced and already available for purchase LEGO Marvel # 76209 Thor's Hammer (we talked about it in our article).

LEGO Marvel # 76208 Thor's Drakkar

The name of the set in the original language (English) is “The Goat Boat“, which literally means “the ship of the goats”. As funny as it may sound, the name actually derives from Thor's lore, with a story going back to the roots of Norse mythology linked to the superhero.

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In addition to the buildable model of the vessel and the two goats, the set includes also the five Minifigures of Thor, Mighty Thor, Valkyrie, Korg and Gorr, all equipped with weapons and accessories, including Thor's Stormbreaker ax. The central cabin has a sunroof to access the interior. Once built, the model measures 10cm high, 43cm long and 12cm wide.

LEGO Marvel # 76207 Attack on New Asgard

Found incidentally displayed for sale (and therefore purchased) in the LEGO Store of the 'Istanbul airport from the.brick.wolf, of this second set dedicated to the new film of the hero of Asgard we do not have much information, except that it includes the buildable model of a "villain", almost certainly inspired by some Norse legend. Thor, Mighty Thor and Gorr minifigures. It is likely that this set has not yet been officially presented because its description may contain spoilers on the plot of Thor: Love and Thunder that Marvel and Disney are not yet ready to reveal.



We will be back to you with updates on this set as they become available.

Thor: Love and Thunder reshoots reportedly underway

Thor’s next cinematic outing is still on track. However, a certain A-lister is heading back to the MCU set for filming. According to The Ankler, Christian Bale – who is set to play the villain in Thor: Love and Thunder, Gorr the God Butcher, is reportedly undergoing reshoots.

Directed by Taika Waitiri, Thor: Love and Thunder is one of the most highly anticipated upcoming entries to Marvel Phase 4 and will see Chris Hemsworth return as everyone’s favourite Asgardian. Bale will be up as Thor’s next nemesis as the God-hating Gorr, first introduced during Jason Aaron’s 2013 run with the character in the Marvel Comics, Thor: God of Thunder, who vowed to destroy all divine beings.

This isn’t the first set of reshoots that Thor 4 has done so far. Previously the action movie had to get back into the production swing in August 2021. However, despite filming still being technically underway, these reshoots are unlikely to delay Thor: Love and Thunder’s theatrical release, which is due on July 8, 2022. In fact, reshoots for Marvel movies are a needed step in the MCU’s typical production pattern.

Kevin Feige previously stated in 2019 during a panel at the New York Film Academy that “reshoots are key to our films, starting with Iron Man. We always say we’re smart filmmakers at Marvel, but we’re not geniuses, and the best way to give notes on a movie is to watch the movie.”

“So we make the movie and go, ‘Oh yeah, no, that’s not right. That doesn’t work,’ and have a system now that can be quite precise and efficient,” he continued. “Reshoots last sometimes one day, sometimes fifteen days, sometimes more to continue to go in and make the move the best it can be.”

Currently, there is no indication of how long Bale will be doing reshoots. We will keep you posted as soon as we know more. For more superhero fun, here are our guides to Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

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