Natalie Portman’s role in Thor marked the first time she was asked to grow up for a film

‘Thanks for putting a 40-year-old, 5-foot mom in the role’: Natalie Portman reveals her ‘career highlight’ part on ‘Thor’ was the first time she was asked to act for to become “bigger” a movie

Natalie Portman has revealed her role as Jane Foster in Thor: Love And Thunder. That was the first time in her career that she was asked to go taller for a job.

The 41-year-old actress has pumped herself up to play the superhero in the blockbuster, saying the film is a “highlight” of her career as it impressed her children Alpeh, 11, and Amalia, 5.

On Tuesday’s episode of Lorraine, Natalie also thanked filmmaker Taiki Waititi for “putting a 40-year-old, 5ft 3in mom in the role,” since the character in the Marvel Comics was known as 6ft is described.

Natalie Portman has revealed her role as Jane Foster in Thor: Love And Thunder.  That was the first time in her career that she was asked to go taller for a job

Natalie Portman has revealed her role as Jane Foster in Thor: Love And Thunder. That was the first time in her career that she was asked to go taller for a job

Fans were stunned by Natalie’s performance in the trailer, as she showed off her muscular arms after an intense training regimen for the role.

She said: “It was really wonderful to be able to train, I didn’t have a mission in my life to get as big as possible. I’m 5ft3 and my character is 6ft, so there’s movie magic too.”

She added: “It was a really lucky role to play. I have to thank Taika and Marvel for putting a 40-year-old, 5ft 3 mom in the role. Impressing my kids was a big highlight of my career!

Speaking of her role in a comedic film, Natalie said, “It’s fun and a sense of humor plus real, heartfelt emotion — a beautiful balance in that.”

The 41-year-old actress has pumped herself up to play the superhero in the blockbuster, saying the film is a

The 41-year-old actress has pumped herself up to play the superhero in the blockbuster, saying the film is a “highlight” of her career as it impressed her children Alpeh, 11, and Amalia, 5

Natalie also spoke about filming the project in Australia, which she says is like “time travel” due to the strict Covid rules.

She said: “We were very fortunate that we were all able to be in Australia. We were deeply isolated and locked down when we were in LA.

“And when we came to Australia because of their strictness on Covid it was like going back in time or something.”

Chris Hemsworth reprises his role as Thor, while Christian Bale portrays the villain Gorr The God Butcher.

Interview: About Lorraine, Natalie said:

Interview: About Lorraine, Natalie said: “It was really wonderful to be able to train, I have never had a task in my life to become as big as possible. I’m 5ft 3 and my character is 6ft, so there’s movie magic as well.

Director: Natalie also thanked filmmaker Taiki Waititi for casting

Director: Natalie also thanked filmmaker Taiki Waititi for casting “a 40-year-old 5ft 3in mother” in the role, since the character is described as 6ft in the Marvel Comics

Praising Christian for his role as the antagonist, Natalie said: “Christian Bale is incredible, he’s been such an incredible actor for so long, this one is absolutely terrifying.”

Speaking of more and more women getting into filmmaking, Natalie said, “As more women step into leadership roles, they can create environments that they want to be in.

“It’s very special after being locked out of power for so long.”

Blockbuster: Chris Hemsworth (pictured) reprises his role as Thor while Christian Bale portrays villain Gorr The God Butcher

Blockbuster: Chris Hemsworth (pictured) reprises his role as Thor while Christian Bale portrays villain Gorr The God Butcher

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