Following the release of the first trailer, Natalie Portman's woke Female Thor gets a poster for Love and Thunder which to no surprise is exactly like the Chris Hemsworth poster.
Portman released the poster on her Instagram, "And you thought you were the one and only... @chrishemsworth."
Regarding the Natalie Portman Female Thor being woke, we already see that in the first trailer the Chris Hemsworth Thor looks like a big loser (just like in Avengers: Endgame), but Natalie Portman, of course, looks badass.
So again what Marvel and Hollywood are doing is emasculating a strong male character in order to make the female character look better as Natalie Portman's Jane Foster becomes The Mighty Thor with Thor's costume and hammer, while Thor, himself, doesn't even want to be Thor anymore and cries about it as he professes his "love" to Chris Pratt's Star-Lord, while sporting a new flamboyant costume.
A description released for the movie by the trades also states the flick is all about Natalie Portman: "Natalie Portman will return as Jane Foster, who will become the center of the story when she takes up Thor’s hammer and becomes the Mighty Thor."
So again, the Chris Hemsworth Thor is out, and the Female Thor is in at the expense of the original character.
Likewise, the Marvel Studios Director of Visual Development also said the movie is more woke than ever: "So Thor: Love and Thunder falls right into that where it's just pushing the boundaries of what's comfortable and what should be expected," said Andy Park.
A Marvel Studios producer who wants teachers to be able to talk to young kids about sex also previously confirmed Kevin Feige's new approach to Marvel is all about wokeness as she admitted they are still going with the woke approach no matter how long it takes.
"It takes time, we have so many stories that we can tell. We will empower those that are. We’re not changing anything. We’re just showing the world who these people are, who these characters are…There’s a lot that we have coming up that I think will be representative of the world of today. We’re not going to nail it in the first movie or the second movie or third movie, or the first show or second show, but we will do our best to consistently try to represent," Victoria Alonso said last Summer.
Of course, Marvel is also promoting Tessa Thompson as "King Valkryie" where she looks for her new queen in the movie, which is even featured in LEGO toys.
Marvel Comics also changed Korg to gay and Star-Lord to bi-sexual.