(L-R): Natalie Portman as Mighty Thor and Chris Hemsworth as Thor in Marvel Studios' THOR: LOVE AND THUNDER. Photo by Jasin Boland. ©Marvel Studios 2022. All Rights Reserved.
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(L-R): Natalie Portman as Mighty Thor and Chris Hemsworth as Thor in Marvel Studios' THOR: LOVE AND THUNDER. Photo by Jasin Boland. ©Marvel Studios 2022. All Rights Reserved.

Thor: Love and Thunder costumes

Exhibition

See costumes and props from Marvel Studio’s Thor: Love and Thunder, on display exclusively in ACMI’s free centrepiece exhibition, The Story of the Moving Image.

Super Hero fans of all ages can get up close and personal with suits, garments and instruments worn and wielded by Thor, Mighty Thor, Valkyrie, Gorr and Zeus – featured in the God of Thunder’s latest cosmic journey of heroism and self-discovery.

Witness the might of Mjölnir and Stormbreaker, the voltage of Zeus’ lightning bolt, Valkyrie’s kingly wares, Gorr’s ghoulish threads, and Thor’s beautiful raw silk tunic embellished with Gumbaynggirr and Bundjalung artist Otis Carey’s print.

Costume designer Mayes Rubeo worked in collaboration with a stellar creative team – many of whom worked together on other Marvel Cinematic Universe projects and even Star Wars – including the director of photography, production and set designers and hair and makeup to design these iconic looks.

Marvel Studios’ Thor: Love and Thunder costume display and associated programming is generously supported by The Walt Disney Company Australia & New Zealand and the US Consulate General Melbourne.

Thor: Love and Thunder is in select cinemas now

The costumes and the sets aesthetically match the energy of the film — they’re another colour to the painting

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When

Open daily

12–5pm weekdays | 10am – 6pm weekends

Tickets

FREE

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Where

Gallery 1, Ground Floor
(Moving Worlds section of The Story of the Moving Image)
ACMI, Fed Square

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