Thor: Love and Thunder Viewers Urge Marvel to Add Trigger Warning - ‘Those Scenes Hit Hard’

Chris Hemsworth, Tessa Thompson, and Natalie Portman star in this sequel to 2017's Thor: Ragnarok. 

Moviegoers are criticizing Marvel for not including a trigger warning at the beginning of Thor: Love and Thunder, and they are warning others who are considering seeing the film to be aware of the potential dangers involved. 

Directed by Taika Waititi, Portman's Dr. Jane Foster reappears in the franchise for the first time since 2014's Thor: The Dark World.  

In the film, Jane's cancer has progressed to stage four, and she is shown undergoing chemotherapy treatment. 

Viewers of the film, since its Thursday, July 7 release, are warning their Twitter followers that scenes depicting Jane's treatments may be upsetting for those who have experienced something similar or who have known someone who has 

one viewer warned, adding: “Prepare yourself and take care of yourself if you need to.” 

Another viewer said: “No spoilers, but Thor: Love and Thunder SHOULD have had a trigger warning for a graphic depiction of cancer, and the fact that we didn't know going in is atrocious.”