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2021-06-16 9:57:58 AM  
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2021-06-16 3:09:40 PM  
Glad to see Thor(s) looking like Thor again. Here's hoping Hemsworth is back to ACTING like Thor instead of the ham sandwich that he was in Ragnarok.
 
2021-06-16 3:15:43 PM  

Michael J Faux: Glad to see Thor(s) looking like Thor again. Here's hoping Hemsworth is back to ACTING like Thor instead of the ham sandwich that he was in Ragnarok.


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2021-06-16 3:21:21 PM  

OtherLittleGuy: Michael J Faux: Glad to see Thor(s) looking like Thor again. Here's hoping Hemsworth is back to ACTING like Thor instead of the ham sandwich that he was in Ragnarok.

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^^^^This guy gets it.
 
2021-06-16 3:22:02 PM  
Huh... I don't see an expressionless, emotionless brick wall anywhere on that shirt...

Is Natalie Portman no longer playing Jane Foster?
 
2021-06-16 3:46:25 PM  
when lore means nothing, any one can just arbitrarily use the hammer.
case two movies in and jane is not a really good selfless charter, she's kinda dangerously selfish n a way thnat is not malicious but takes other people int account so little, i can't imagine she can be a worthy person to wield such power, if she seems to take actions with so little thought for the others she might be endangering.

this is how children and fan fiction people write. She is the love int rest, so she gets to use the hammer, and wed do not need to make sure and carefully define her character as someone that sure seems like they could, and instead she has as  much personality character as any plot devil ever needed in those first two, and now suddenly because fan fiction says so, that chatterer can use the hammer now.

i mean at this stage i am convinced that any paid writers room is no different than a bunch of 10 years olds just smashing their action figures together arbitrarily as children are known  to do.
 
2021-06-16 3:58:05 PM  
I have strong opinions about what I imagine the movie will be.
 
2021-06-16 4:00:17 PM  
If Jane Foster is Thor, where's the pics of her cold and shamed and lying naked on the floor?
 
2021-06-16 4:02:53 PM  

PvtStash: when lore means nothing, any one can just arbitrarily use the hammer.
case two movies in and jane is not a really good selfless charter, she's kinda dangerously selfish n a way thnat is not malicious but takes other people int account so little, i can't imagine she can be a worthy person to wield such power, if she seems to take actions with so little thought for the others she might be endangering.

this is how children and fan fiction people write. She is the love int rest, so she gets to use the hammer, and wed do not need to make sure and carefully define her character as someone that sure seems like they could, and instead she has as  much personality character as any plot devil ever needed in those first two, and now suddenly because fan fiction says so, that chatterer can use the hammer now.

i mean at this stage i am convinced that any paid writers room is no different than a bunch of 10 years olds just smashing their action figures together arbitrarily as children are known  to do.


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2021-06-16 4:03:11 PM  

WhippingBoi: Huh... I don't see an expressionless, emotionless brick wall anywhere on that shirt...

Is Natalie Portman no longer playing Jane Foster?


This.

It's probably still going to be a good movie, with Taiki at the helm again I'm definitely interested. But I also expect Portman to be the worst part of it, because she's usually absolutely awful as an actress. Pretty, but not a great actress. That's fine, life 'aint perfect and it'll probably be otherwise good.
 
2021-06-16 4:06:18 PM  

WhippingBoi: Huh... I don't see an expressionless, emotionless brick wall anywhere on that shirt...

Is Natalie Portman no longer playing Jane Foster?



There was an interview where right after Disney announced Love and Thunder and she was back, Portman started the interview by kind of griping about having to get into shape to be a now Norse Goddess. I have faith that Best Hemsworth, Tessa, & Taika will drag her along to being decent while they are awesome. Plus Christian Bale being the big bad will be fun.
 
2021-06-16 4:12:40 PM  

PvtStash: this is how children and fan fiction people write. She is the love int rest, so she gets to use the hammer...


So you're saying Thor must have gotten with America's Ass at some point?

Go on...
 
2021-06-16 4:15:56 PM  
While I like the design, that's some shiatty screen printing. That shirt looks like shiat. I'd still love to own it, though.
 
2021-06-16 4:23:42 PM  

Michael J Faux: Glad to see Thor(s) looking like Thor again. Here's hoping Hemsworth is back to ACTING like Thor instead of the ham sandwich that he was in Ragnarok.


Yeah, I don't like things that are fun and enjoyable either...

/Ragnarok is easily in my all-time top ten favorite movies
 
2021-06-16 4:25:02 PM  
Love the look.

I don't have any hate for Portman.  The erection she inspires doesn't allow much room for it.
 
2021-06-16 4:25:22 PM  

clkeagle: Michael J Faux: Glad to see Thor(s) looking like Thor again. Here's hoping Hemsworth is back to ACTING like Thor instead of the ham sandwich that he was in Ragnarok.

Yeah, I don't like things that are fun and enjoyable either...

/Ragnarok is easily in my all-time top ten favorite movies


Wow. I'm sorry.
 
2021-06-16 4:26:43 PM  

OtherLittleGuy: Michael J Faux: Glad to see Thor(s) looking like Thor again. Here's hoping Hemsworth is back to ACTING like Thor instead of the ham sandwich that he was in Ragnarok.

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Yes, he was. Ragnarok crossed the line into broad farce.
 
2021-06-16 4:27:59 PM  

PvtStash: when lore means nothing, any one can just arbitrarily use the hammer.
case two movies in and jane is not a really good selfless charter, she's kinda dangerously selfish n a way thnat is not malicious but takes other people int account so little, i can't imagine she can be a worthy person to wield such power, if she seems to take actions with so little thought for the others she might be endangering.

this is how children and fan fiction people write. She is the love int rest, so she gets to use the hammer, and wed do not need to make sure and carefully define her character as someone that sure seems like they could, and instead she has as  much personality character as any plot devil ever needed in those first two, and now suddenly because fan fiction says so, that chatterer can use the hammer now.

i mean at this stage i am convinced that any paid writers room is no different than a bunch of 10 years olds just smashing their action figures together arbitrarily as children are known  to do.


Mjolnir was destroyed. Whatever hammer this is may not have the same enchantment.
 
2021-06-16 4:29:21 PM  
Great_Milenko:

Mjolnir was destroyed. Whatever hammer this is may not have the same enchantment.

We getting a second dose of Eitri?
 
2021-06-16 4:35:33 PM  

Great_Milenko: Mjolnir was destroyed. Whatever hammer this is may not have the same enchantment.


It has to be more in line with the original comic stories where the hammer bestowed the power of Thor, because so far in the MCU, picking up the hammer just means you get to use the hammer. Cap didn't become a full Asgardian like Jane appears to be doing.

If they really dig into the old comic concept, Thor should get trapped inside the hammer, and Jane takes his place while using him as a power source.
 
2021-06-16 4:42:02 PM  

Great_Milenko: OtherLittleGuy: Michael J Faux: Glad to see Thor(s) looking like Thor again. Here's hoping Hemsworth is back to ACTING like Thor instead of the ham sandwich that he was in Ragnarok.

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Yes, he was. Ragnarok crossed the line into broad farce.


I actually really enjoyed Ragnarok, but I felt like the humor came at the expense of Thor, Banner or Hulk acting anything like the characters typically would and the production design was a little TOO cartoony for me. I'm not saying anything about the movie is WRONG (people clearly like it); it just didn't suit me as much as I'd hoped.
 
2021-06-16 4:44:53 PM  

EdgeRunner: Great_Milenko: Mjolnir was destroyed. Whatever hammer this is may not have the same enchantment.

It has to be more in line with the original comic stories where the hammer bestowed the power of Thor, because so far in the MCU, picking up the hammer just means you get to use the hammer. Cap didn't become a full Asgardian like Jane appears to be doing.

If they really dig into the old comic concept, Thor should get trapped inside the hammer, and Jane takes his place while using him as a power source.


So if she "loves" the hammer is that how she gets Thor?

\just needs more lube then I guess
\\maybe Mew Mew has a vibrate mode?
 
2021-06-16 4:45:47 PM  

Great_Milenko: OtherLittleGuy: Michael J Faux: Glad to see Thor(s) looking like Thor again. Here's hoping Hemsworth is back to ACTING like Thor instead of the ham sandwich that he was in Ragnarok.

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Yes, he was. Ragnarok crossed the line into broad farce.


Good. The first two movies were dull as shiat.
 
2021-06-16 4:53:27 PM  
So anyway it's my understanding that Jane Foster takes the mantle of Thor in this movie. Now, only a worthy person can wield Thor's hammer, and the only person we've seen good enough to do so besides Thor himself is Captain America, which was built up over several movies. Jane has been missing from most of the MCU, so what's she done to make her worthy?
 
2021-06-16 5:00:12 PM  
Vision picked it up and he had only been around for about five minutes.
 
2021-06-16 5:03:03 PM  

Weird Hal: Love the look.

I don't have any hate for Portman.  The erection she inspires doesn't allow much room for it.


I've never found Natalie Portman that attractive in any of her roles. For me, she's just meh.

Tessa Thompson, on the other hand....yes, please!
 
2021-06-16 5:05:52 PM  

WhippingBoi: Huh... I don't see an expressionless, emotionless brick wall anywhere on that shirt...

Is Natalie Portman no longer playing Jane Foster?


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2021-06-16 5:07:36 PM  

WhippingBoi: Huh... I don't see an expressionless, emotionless brick wall anywhere on that shirt...

Is Natalie Portman no longer playing Jane Foster?


It's Keira Knightley.
 
2021-06-16 5:13:31 PM  
Lance Robdon:

Tessa Thompson, on the other hand....yes, please!

A beautiful woman indeed.  Speaking of which, as Asgard's ruler shouldn't she get to wield the Odinforce?
 
2021-06-16 5:14:59 PM  
eagles95:

There was an interview where right after Disney announced Love and Thunder and she was back, Portman started the interview by kind of griping about having to get into shape to be a now Norse Goddess.

She gripes about everything that has to do with her work on the MCU. It is beneath her, that's how she rolls.
She will take those sweet checks though, then sneer her way through the whole thing. The disdain just drips off the screen. I like Taika Waititi as much as anyone but bringing her back was a bad call.
 
2021-06-16 5:16:22 PM  
The Twitter thread is full of the usual suspects (manly right-wing men) complaining about a woman being Thor. Half these guys have Batman as their Twitter icon, and half have some sort of sports reference in their icon.

So many men whining about something not being as white, male, heterosexual, and exclusive as it used to be. Poor, poor babies.

You know what? I hope when Wolverine shows up in the MCU he's a brown-skinned, homosexual, Canadian transman.
 
2021-06-16 5:27:11 PM  
People are really concerned about if a character is worthy of wielding a magic hammer in a movie?

Outrage culture has run amok

/Thor was a selfish and full of himself dude in the first movie
//That hammer got wrecked
///maybe the hammer wanted an open relationship after all this time
 
2021-06-16 5:27:18 PM  

OtherLittleGuy: WhippingBoi: Huh... I don't see an expressionless, emotionless brick wall anywhere on that shirt...

Is Natalie Portman no longer playing Jane Foster?

It's Keira Knightley.


no its becky
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2021-06-16 5:30:03 PM  
WilderKWight:

You know what? I hope when Wolverine shows up in the MCU he's a brown-skinned, homosexual, Canadian transman

So do I.

Still doesn't make Portman a good actress. Hell, she's never even had chemistry with Hemsworth. Go, take look at the films.
 
2021-06-16 6:00:15 PM  

EdgeRunner: Great_Milenko: Mjolnir was destroyed. Whatever hammer this is may not have the same enchantment.

It has to be more in line with the original comic stories where the hammer bestowed the power of Thor, because so far in the MCU, picking up the hammer just means you get to use the hammer. Cap didn't become a full Asgardian like Jane appears to be doing.

If they really dig into the old comic concept, Thor should get trapped inside the hammer, and Jane takes his place while using him as a power source.


Cap may not have gotten a new outfit, but re-watch that final fight in Endgame... He fires lightning at Thanos.

He's also able to go toe to toe with Thanos in hand to hand combat - which he couldn't do before he picked up the hammer. Thanos basically flicked him away like a flea when he went to Wakanda. Steve - with all his strength - could barely even affect one of Thanos' hands. One hit, and a half-hearted one on Thanos' part, and cap went right down. In the fight at the end of Endgame he's not as strong as Thanos, but he's still trading blows with him and just one of those should have put Cap down for the count.

Cap is just someone stronger than a normal human. Thanos trades punches with Hulk. If the hammer didn't juice Cap up he couldn't have fought Thanos like that. A new outfit would have made it more obvious, but I thought the lightning was a pretty big tell. Maybe the hammer was like, "Ewww, no! This guy's got AWFUL fashion sense. I'm not even touching his clothes. Yuck! Plant me in a bad guy's ass please, thank you."
 
2021-06-16 6:30:47 PM  

Mikey1969: While I like the design, that's some shiatty screen printing. That shirt looks like shiat. I'd still love to own it, though.


Seemed like a lot of color and detail for screen printing. I would have gone for sublimation, but it wouldn't have the 80s aesthetic the logo is going for.

/wish I had screen printing capabilities
//seriously considering taking a job at a tshirt place to learn it all and then do my own thing
///I dont want to take over school shirts and shiat, I just want to make what I want
 
2021-06-16 6:56:01 PM  

mongbiohazard: EdgeRunner: Great_Milenko: Mjolnir was destroyed. Whatever hammer this is may not have the same enchantment.

It has to be more in line with the original comic stories where the hammer bestowed the power of Thor, because so far in the MCU, picking up the hammer just means you get to use the hammer. Cap didn't become a full Asgardian like Jane appears to be doing.

If they really dig into the old comic concept, Thor should get trapped inside the hammer, and Jane takes his place while using him as a power source.

Cap may not have gotten a new outfit, but re-watch that final fight in Endgame... He fires lightning at Thanos.

He's also able to go toe to toe with Thanos in hand to hand combat - which he couldn't do before he picked up the hammer. Thanos basically flicked him away like a flea when he went to Wakanda. Steve - with all his strength - could barely even affect one of Thanos' hands. One hit, and a half-hearted one on Thanos' part, and cap went right down. In the fight at the end of Endgame he's not as strong as Thanos, but he's still trading blows with him and just one of those should have put Cap down for the count.

Cap is just someone stronger than a normal human. Thanos trades punches with Hulk. If the hammer didn't juice Cap up he couldn't have fought Thanos like that. A new outfit would have made it more obvious, but I thought the lightning was a pretty big tell. Maybe the hammer was like, "Ewww, no! This guy's got AWFUL fashion sense. I'm not even touching his clothes. Yuck! Plant me in a bad guy's ass please, thank you."


Cap holds back Thanos' punch in Infinity War before getting tossed aside. His physical power levels don't seem to change when he grabs the hammer, he just gets to point the lightning. Jane is clearly going to bulk out when she takes it, implying more of a bodily transition.

/and yeah, I don't see how Cap could get more roided out without going full Hulk, but when you compare how he goes toe-to-toe with Thanos versus how Thor does... it doesn't really help much. Thanos owns both of them on their own. The "Power of Thor" operates on an arbitrary sliding scale depending on what the plot requires in any given moment. (I still think it's silly that the God of Thunder can be tazed. It's a good joke when he's powerless in the first movie, but a little suspect in Ragnarok.)
 
2021-06-16 7:03:05 PM  
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2021-06-16 7:06:19 PM  
EdgeRunner:

Cap holds back Thanos' punch in Infinity War before getting tossed aside.

That wasn't a punch.  He barely and briefly stops Thanos from grasping him before he gets one-punched unconscious.
 
2021-06-16 7:09:09 PM  

Weird Hal: EdgeRunner:

Cap holds back Thanos' punch in Infinity War before getting tossed aside.

That wasn't a punch.  He barely and briefly stops Thanos from grasping him before he gets one-punched unconscious.


Yep. Caps quick brain recognized that Thanos had to close the gauntlet to activate it and used all his strength to hold it open. And then Thanos booped him and he went night-night.
 
2021-06-16 7:11:21 PM  

Lumbar Puncture: People are really concerned about if a character is worthy of wielding a magic hammer in a movie?


When the magic hammer's whole deal is that you have to be worthy to use it, it's a fair question to ask. And based off of what we've seen with these characters, it's also fair to notice that Jane seems very self-absorbed and inconsiderate to others, and Darcy would be the more likely candidate to lift it.

Taika's a smart filmmaker who I'd bet has taken all that into account, and "worthiness" may not be the reason she takes the helm. I expect it'll either be bestowed upon her by Thor or Valkyrie, or the movie will establish her as a much more noble person. Maybe there'll be the old cliche of performing some heroic selfless act before she qualifies.
 
2021-06-16 7:31:32 PM  

Great_Milenko: PvtStash: when lore means nothing, any one can just arbitrarily use the hammer.
case two movies in and jane is not a really good selfless charter, she's kinda dangerously selfish n a way thnat is not malicious but takes other people int account so little, i can't imagine she can be a worthy person to wield such power, if she seems to take actions with so little thought for the others she might be endangering.

this is how children and fan fiction people write. She is the love int rest, so she gets to use the hammer, and wed do not need to make sure and carefully define her character as someone that sure seems like they could, and instead she has as  much personality character as any plot devil ever needed in those first two, and now suddenly because fan fiction says so, that chatterer can use the hammer now.

i mean at this stage i am convinced that any paid writers room is no different than a bunch of 10 years olds just smashing their action figures together arbitrarily as children are known  to do.

Mjolnir was destroyed. Whatever hammer this is may not have the same enchantment.


Spoiler, he took another hammer from Asgard during the second endgame movie.
 
2021-06-16 7:49:36 PM  

Boojum2k: Weird Hal: EdgeRunner:

Cap holds back Thanos' punch in Infinity War before getting tossed aside.

That wasn't a punch.  He barely and briefly stops Thanos from grasping him before he gets one-punched unconscious.

Yep. Caps quick brain recognized that Thanos had to close the gauntlet to activate it and used all his strength to hold it open. And then Thanos booped him and he went night-night.


You're mixing up the end battles. In Infinity War, no-hammer Cap briefly holds back Thanos, who is now carrying four of the stones and presumably counts as the most powerful being in the universe. Cap's trying to stop him from getting to Vision, and successfully delays Thanos long enough for Wanda to blow up the fifth stone. (Ultimately that fails, but only because Thanos can cheat by restoring a save point.)

In Infinity War, Cap fights a version of Thanos who at first has none of the stones, and Cap's wholly outmatched once Thanos grabs the gauntlet. If he gains any powers from the hammer beyond lightning zaps, the movie doesn't really show it. It's not like he starts flying or hurling boulders three times his own size. Cap mostly just grabs the hammer to give the audience that "Hoorah, we knew he was worthy!" moment. It's not a game changer in any regard.
 
2021-06-16 8:19:39 PM  

EdgeRunner: Lumbar Puncture: People are really concerned about if a character is worthy of wielding a magic hammer in a movie?

When the magic hammer's whole deal is that you have to be worthy to use it, it's a fair question to ask. And based off of what we've seen with these characters, it's also fair to notice that Jane seems very self-absorbed and inconsiderate to others, and Darcy would be the more likely candidate to lift it.

Taika's a smart filmmaker who I'd bet has taken all that into account, and "worthiness" may not be the reason she takes the helm. I expect it'll either be bestowed upon her by Thor or Valkyrie, or the movie will establish her as a much more noble person. Maybe there'll be the old cliche of performing some heroic selfless act before she qualifies.


By that standard Darcy was more worthy in the first movie to wield it than Thor as well.

/I demand sustenance!
//She is one of the few beings that has not only survived touching an Infinity Stone but carried it inside of her
///Huh, you think the movie will explain it?
 
2021-06-16 8:25:23 PM  

mongbiohazard: WhippingBoi: Huh... I don't see an expressionless, emotionless brick wall anywhere on that shirt...

Is Natalie Portman no longer playing Jane Foster?

This.

It's probably still going to be a good movie, with Taiki at the helm again I'm definitely interested. But I also expect Portman to be the worst part of it, because she's usually absolutely awful as an actress. Pretty, but not a great actress. That's fine, life 'aint perfect and it'll probably be otherwise good.


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2021-06-16 8:45:27 PM  

Lumbar Puncture: By that standard Darcy was more worthy in the first movie to wield it than Thor as well.


She was more worthy. Douchebro Thor couldn't pick it up for most of the movie, remember? First he had to do that selfless act cliche I mentioned earlier. It's kind of the whole theme of the movie.

//She is one of the few beings that has not only survived touching an Infinity Stone but carried it inside of her
///Huh, you think the movie will explain it?


It's already established that only the Power Stone will insta-kill anyone. The Space Stone only teleports you (or arbitrarily charges up weapons or grants superpowers) if you're actively trying to tap its energy or happen to be around a massive discharge. The Aether likes possessing people, but doesn't cause any real harm in the short term, and it can be easily contained in a vial or probably a jelly jar. Strange and Banner had no problem holding the time stone, and Wanda probably got up to all kinds of kink with the mind stone. And the soul stone is only dangerous when you're making the exchange.
 
2021-06-16 8:52:19 PM  

NathanAllen: Great_Milenko: PvtStash: when lore means nothing, any one can just arbitrarily use the hammer.
case two movies in and jane is not a really good selfless charter, she's kinda dangerously selfish n a way thnat is not malicious but takes other people int account so little, i can't imagine she can be a worthy person to wield such power, if she seems to take actions with so little thought for the others she might be endangering.

this is how children and fan fiction people write. She is the love int rest, so she gets to use the hammer, and wed do not need to make sure and carefully define her character as someone that sure seems like they could, and instead she has as  much personality character as any plot devil ever needed in those first two, and now suddenly because fan fiction says so, that chatterer can use the hammer now.

i mean at this stage i am convinced that any paid writers room is no different than a bunch of 10 years olds just smashing their action figures together arbitrarily as children are known  to do.

Mjolnir was destroyed. Whatever hammer this is may not have the same enchantment.

Spoiler, he took another hammer from Asgard during the second endgame movie.


And then returned it along with the Aether.
 
2021-06-16 8:54:06 PM  

NathanAllen: Great_Milenko: PvtStash: when lore means nothing, any one can just arbitrarily use the hammer.
case two movies in and jane is not a really good selfless charter, she's kinda dangerously selfish n a way thnat is not malicious but takes other people int account so little, i can't imagine she can be a worthy person to wield such power, if she seems to take actions with so little thought for the others she might be endangering.

this is how children and fan fiction people write. She is the love int rest, so she gets to use the hammer, and wed do not need to make sure and carefully define her character as someone that sure seems like they could, and instead she has as  much personality character as any plot devil ever needed in those first two, and now suddenly because fan fiction says so, that chatterer can use the hammer now.

i mean at this stage i am convinced that any paid writers room is no different than a bunch of 10 years olds just smashing their action figures together arbitrarily as children are known  to do.

Mjolnir was destroyed. Whatever hammer this is may not have the same enchantment.

Spoiler, he took another hammer from Asgard during the second endgame movie.


Rogers took that with him when he was restoring the stones to their rightful places.
 
2021-06-16 8:59:12 PM  

Tyrone Slothrop: So anyway it's my understanding that Jane Foster takes the mantle of Thor in this movie. Now, only a worthy person can wield Thor's hammer, and the only person we've seen good enough to do so besides Thor himself is Captain America, which was built up over several movies. Jane has been missing from most of the MCU, so what's she done to make her worthy?


Didn't Vision move it?
 
2021-06-16 9:06:07 PM  

dsmith42: Tyrone Slothrop: So anyway it's my understanding that Jane Foster takes the mantle of Thor in this movie. Now, only a worthy person can wield Thor's hammer, and the only person we've seen good enough to do so besides Thor himself is Captain America, which was built up over several movies. Jane has been missing from most of the MCU, so what's she done to make her worthy?

Didn't Vision move it?


Cap moved the hammer in Age of Ultron. Vision picks it right up. The level of worthiness was determined by Odin, and he had to set the bar low enough that his doofus son would be able to cross it, so I don't think it's really all that impressive to lift the thing. You just have to be a relatively decent person in the immediate moment.
 
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