Love and Thunder Concept Art reveals a very different look for one character

The Marvel Studios design department just gave fans a new take Thor: Love and Thunder‘s new character for the MCU. Chris Hemsworth’s hero has an adopted daughter at the end of the movie and it looks like she’ll be around in the future. Love is played by India Hemsworth. With the power of Eternity and Stormbreaker, the little kid was a literal force of nature by the end of the movie. Marvel’s John Staub provided a slightly older take on the heroine in some concept art shared on Instagram by Director of Visual Development Andy Park. He explained how the team thought this version was a lot of fun, but there were some adjustments for the final movie.

Park wrote, “Spreading lots of LOVE on this day! I had a blast coming up with the concept design of Love for Thor: Love And Thunder. I took nods to Gorr’s design by fellow Vis Dev artist @johnstaubart. I explored it coming up with a look that spoke to her spunky personality. This design I did was before I was told she would be cast by Chris Hemsworth’s real life daughter, which I thought would be perfect.”

EW picked up Gorr the God Butcher himself earlier this year to discuss little Hemsworth’s take on Love. As creepy as the bad guy is, it feels like the kids were trying their best to fit in.

“One of the memorable things for me was working with India, with Chris’ little girl,” Bale said. “She was so magnificent at it. But it was also so cute to see your relationship, and to have to tell her, ‘Who’s that weird bald guy who’s all covered in scars and crying? [me]?’ [I saw] what a good dad you are, luring her through it gently, like, ‘No, just stay there. I know he’s a bit disgusting, but just stay there.'”

Tessa Thompson also told that there was something wonderful about having that army of little Asgardians on set for the final battle. CGI itself can lend itself to the surreal, so it wasn’t too uncommon for things to get a little goofy during filming.

“Usually when you’re doing the fight scenes you’re not fighting anyone, [because of the CGI],” she told the site. “You just walk around, just fight the air, which essentially makes it feel like you’re a kid. Inviting kids to this experience in some ways not only really reminds you who these movies were made for, but also how to make these movies because kids naturally know how to play… These movies require a childlike nature in terms of execution. There is so much fantasy. It’s actually like playing as a child. You’re running around.”

When do you think we’ll see Love again? Let us know in the comments!

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