I am always excited to see Tessa Thompson on screen. She’s not only charismatic, but also possesses the acting prowess to fill her roles with depth and emotion. This can be seen in both Thor: Ragnarok and Westworld, which she co-starred in, as well as in Sorry to Bother You, which she produced. So when I saw that Thompson was cast as Valkyrie in Thor: Ragnarok and then reprising her role in Avengers: Endgame, I had high hopes! Tessa Thompson as Valkyrie Review

Brie Larson

Tessa is a perfect fit for Valkryie. She is not only an amazing actress but also a lovely person and our team thinks that she will bring some really good emotion to her character. We cannot wait to see what she has in store for us! The second thing we have noticed about Tessa, is how much she cares about all of her fans. It’s so important to us, as well, because it’s you guys who are supporting us through all of these years. We want you guys to know that we’re doing everything we can to make sure we’ll make everyone happy with your favourite characters being back on screen again.

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Chris Hemsworth

#1 Son of Zeus is back, but as one of our beloved Asgardians. First, I have to say that I absolutely love Chris Hemsworth in any role he plays. His demeanor and attitude fit perfectly for Thor; his humorous personality compliments Loki so well; and his sweet nature shows through every time he plays a father figure. No matter what role he takes on, I’m always happy to see him in it. However, how do I feel about him as an Avenger? The short answer: good. Very good. But not great. In my opinion, there are some things he needs to work on before we can call him truly great at being an Avenger. Let me explain…

Avengers: Endgame

Tessa Thompson is a brilliant actress. One of my favorites in fact. When she was cast as Valkryie I was excited and hopeful that Marvel would continue her story after her first appearance, even though Thor 2 wasn’t all that good, I still enjoyed it, so long as there was some character development for Valkryie, which we got. Endgame didn’t disappoint, especially in terms of Tessa’s performance and character. If you haven’t seen Endgame yet, go see it now! But if you have seen it, here are some thoughts on what worked and what could have been better about her role.

A Female Superhero on the Big Screen Tessa Thompson as Valkyrie Review

Many may think that a superhero movie with a female lead is such a rarity in modern Hollywood, but in reality it’s been almost ten years since Angelina Jolie played her Oscar-winning role as Mariane Pearl in A Mighty Heart. While there have been other major motion pictures with female superheroes or villains, The Eternals is going to be one of few big screen movies where a female superhero will get top billing. Fans can expect Thompson to play an ancient hero who has super strength and speed, along with enhanced senses and reflexes. She also has limited precognitive abilities and can manipulate cosmic energy for both defensive and offensive purposes. In addition to being a skilled fighter, she also possesses some magical abilities—something that we haven’t seen much of in Marvel films yet (we know you love your science fiction).

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Interracial Relationships on Film

The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is a series of American superhero films based on characters that appear in publications by Marvel Comics. Produced by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, which was acquired by The Walt Disney Company in 2009, they are currently distributed worldwide. Although most MCU films have been directed by White males, and many (such as Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War) feature almost exclusively White casts, those films with diverse cast members have received critical acclaim for their diverse representation.

Tessa Thompson IS Valkyrie

If you’re a Marvel fan, then you’re probably aware that there’s currently a number of shakeups happening with their movies. What many people don’t know is that Tessa Thompson has recently been cast to play Valkyrie in Thor: Love and Thunder! But why is she such a perfect fit for one of Marvel’s most famous warriors? Keep reading to find out!

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The Best Female Characters in Movies Today

What makes a female character great? A strong will and an equally strong character. Characters such as Katniss Everdeen (The Hunger Games), Jean Grey (X-Men: Apocalypse), Sarah Connor (Terminator) and Tessa Thompson’s Valkyrie have all captured our hearts by showing us that even in times of turmoil, women can stand up and fight. Here are some of today’s best female characters!

What age did Tessa Thompson began acting?

Tessa began acting professionally at age 16 when she was cast in a small role on CBS’s Cold Case. She made her film debut in 2003, with a supporting role in 2003’s Denzel Washington thriller Out of Time. In 2009, she landed another minor part in Terrence Malick’s The New World and later appeared alongside Liam Neeson in Disney’s Oscar-winning musical fantasy picture, Into The Woods.

What does the tattoo 5 represent on Tessa Thompson left side?

One of Tessa Thompson’s most popular tattoos is a 5 on her left bicep, next to another inking that says Mother Russia. On its own, it might seem like an innocuous number—after all, there are five fingers on a hand and you need five senses to survive—but when considering what comes next for Thompson’s character in Endgame, it starts to feel much more significant.

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