Love And Thunder with a surprising Black Panther cameo?

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Thor: Love And Thunder to crossover with Black Panther
Thor: Love And Thunder stars Chris Hemsworth and is directed by Taika Waititi (Photo Credit – Still from Black Panther, Thor: Love and Thunder, Thor)

Taika Waititi is a man who has managed to keep the buzz going around Chris Hemsworth starrer Thor: Love And Thunder. Whether it’s his exciting comments about the movie, or hinting time and again about a major event in the movie. Most recently, even Tessa Thompson – who plays Valkyrie – took on the responsibility of keeping the buzz going and revealed a few things about the movie that added to the hype. Now, what if we tell you that there is also a Black Panther connection?

Well, for the inexperienced, Thor: Love And Thunder, directed by Taika Waititi, is the fourth film in the God Of Thunder saga. Continuing from where Ragnarok ended, the film will follow the Asgardians and where they are under the leadership of Valkyrie and Thor. So far, there are several names that may have joined the team, including Christian Bale, who will be the villain.

If the latest reports have anything to offer, Thor: Love And Thunder is all set to have a crossover with the Wakandian Empire, aka Black Panther in the movie. There is a special cameo. And below you’ll find everything you need to know about it.

According to a report in Screenrant, Akosia Sabet, known for playing Bastet, has updated her IMDb and Showcast profile. She mentions Thor: Love And Thunder and one of her movies in her filmography and this has confirmed in a way that the actor has a special appearance in the movie. There are no details on how long her role is. While there is no confirmation of this, we cannot deny the possibility.

In Thor: Love And Thunder, Chris Hemsworth’s God Of Thunder will go to battle against Gorr The God Butcher. Tell us how excited you are about the film? Let us know in the comments below. Stay tuned to Koimoi for more information.

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