Fans can't wait to watch "Thor: Love and Thunder" in theatres. The many advertising photographs and videos show that the stars worked hard to seem like superheroes.
Natalie Portman's arm muscles in the trailer rival Chris Hemsworth's. What type of diet was the "Thor" cast on to take on Gorr the God Butcher, who wants to kill all the gods?
One ounce contains 6 grammes of plant protein, 4 grammes of fibre, 50% of your daily Vitamin E, and 20% of your magnesium.
"Thor" actors didn't eat almonds all day. Hemsworth loved almond butter and milk. Hemsworth and his trainer Luke Zocchi posted an Instagram photo of their pre-workout smoothie.
Every third meal, he'd be so full I'd bring him a protein shake with a double scoop of protein, banana, almond butter, two dates, and salt.
Almond butter includes seven times more calcium than peanut butter, which helps bones and blood pressure.
Portman had to bulk out like Hemsworth, although she hadn't before.
"On 'Black Swan,' I was advised to shrink," Portman said. "I was told to grow here. That's a huge task and mindset for women." Portman ate almonds and vegetables for "Black Swan."
Almonds were still on Portman's "Thor" diet. Trainer Naomi Pendergast said the actress ate almonds and drank plant-based protein smoothies.
Melissa McCarthy, who plays Fake Hela, also liked almond milk in her daily smoothies. Kale, spinach, parsley, chia seeds, and almond milk went into her smoothie.