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Natalie Portman Says 'Thor' Workouts Are Harder After Pandemic Eating

The Oscar-winning actress consumed lots of baked goods in quarantine.

10/21/2020 6:21:00 PM

Natalie Portman is feeling the burn as she prepares for her upcoming role in Natalie Portman is hitting the gym in preparation for her upcoming role in ThorLoveAndThunder.

The Oscar-winning actress consumed lots of baked goods in quarantine.

Ragnarok, which I feel was a very outlandish and big, bombastic film, we're trying double down on everything we did with that and create something that is even more crazy and even more of a big adventure."One of the biggest challenges Portman is facing with this

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Thormovie is getting into shape to play the action hero. "I'm trying. I've also had months of pandemic eating baked goods and lying in bed and feeling sorry for myself, so I'm super tired after working out and during and dreading before it," she quipped. 

She also talked about spending the past few months in quarantine with her two kids, son Aleph, 9, and daughter, Amalia, 3. "I think all of us have had similar experiences with kids at home in quarantine," she told Fallon, who previously had to tape his show from home with his kids."There are days when things are great and you're like, 'I'm baking cupcakes, and we're doing crafts, and we're having a dance party.' And then there's days where you're like, 'Here's this screen, and I'm going to go stare at the wall and hope the day is over soon.'" 

Thor: Love and Thunderis currently scheduled to be released on Feb. 11, 2022.  Read more: Entertainment Tonight »

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