'Thor: Love And Thunder' puts the pedal to the (heavy) metal, again- Review

In keeping with Marvel Cinematic Universe tradition, Taika Waititi’s “Thor: Love and Thunder” contains two scenes during its credits.

 The first reveals Zeus (Russell Crowe) was not, in fact, killed by Thor (Chris Hemsworth). 

The Greek demigod is the bastard son of Zeus from one of those really-not-okay ancient myths in which the magical philanderer disguises himself as a human woman’s absent husband to seduce her.

 Hercules also has a long and storied  in Marvel Comics

 Hercules is like a carousing Hulk with serious daddy issues. He has had intriguing relationships with Hawkeye, Wolverine, Black Widow and teenage super-genius and occasional Hulk Amadeus Cho.

 The erstwhile Mighty Thor (Natalie Portman), really dead, finds herself in Valhalla, greeted by the also really dead Heimdall (Idris Elba). 

acknowledging Foster belongs among the Asgardian heroes who died in battle — though are we sure that’s where she really wants to be?

 the only others Foster would know in Valhalla would be Thor’s parents ... though one supposes she has an eternity to make new friends.