Natalie Portman cuts a casual figure as she heads to Fox Studios in Sydney ahead of filming Marvel’s Thor: Love and Thunder
Natalie Portman has been in Australia for weeks as she prepares to film Marvel’s Thor: Love and Thunder.
And on Friday, the acclaimed actress, 39, was spotted heading to Sydney’s Fox Studios as the blockbuster heads to pre-production.
Natalie – who is known for movies including Black Swan and Star Wars – cut a casual figure as she stepped out.
Stepping out: On Friday, Natalie Portman cut a casual figure as she made her way to Fox Studios in Sydney, ahead of filming Marvel’s Thor: Love and Thunder
Natalie kept cool in a pair of long denim shorts, which she teamed with a lightweight blouse.
She appeared to be makeup free and wore her short dark locks back and off her face.
She accessorised with a chic pair of dark sunglasses, small heels and a purple bag.
Casual: Natalie kept cool in a pair of long denim shorts, which she teamed with a lightweight blouse
Last month, Natalie revealed that she’s had a hard time training for the role in the film as she’s found it hard to motivate herself to complete her grueling exercise regime.
Asked if she was doing any ‘crazy’ superhero workouts by Jimmy Fallon of The Tonight Show, Natalie said: ‘I’m trying!’
Natalie went on, saying quarantine gloom has also made getting back into the swing of things harder than normal.
‘I’ve also had months of like pandemic, you know, eating baked goods and lying in bed and feeling sorry for myself,’ Natalie said.
Hard times: Last month, Natalie revealed that she’s had a hard time training for the role in the film as she’s found it hard to motivate herself to complete her grueling exercise regime
‘So I’m like super tired after working out, and during… and dreading before,’ said the Oscar-winner.
The movie is scheduled for a February 11, 2022 release but due to COVID-19 nothing is set in stone.
Thor: Love And Thunder will see Portman’s character, astrophysicist Jane Foster, take up the mantle of Thor after transforming into a female version of the Norse god.
‘It’s going to be really silly and funny and great,’ Natalie said of the project.
Explaining how she was approached for the project during a chat with Entertainment Tonight last September, she said: ‘They came to me with the idea and said, “We have this idea for you that was a storyline in some of the comics where Jane becomes Lady Thor,” and I was like, “This is very exciting!”