The costars channeled the preppy styles of besties Cher Horowitz (Alicia Silverstone) and Dionne Davenport (Stacey Dash) from the cult 1995 romance comedy Clueless. Portman donned a yellow and black plaid set from Dior that resembles Cher's most memorable outfit, while Thompson wore a black puff skirt and top layered over a white blouse.
Portman shared the "Clueless moment" in an Instagram post Tuesday.
Everett Collection 'Clueless'
Thompson reprises her role as Valkyrie, now a king, in Love and Thunder (in theaters July 8), while Portman reprises her role as Jane Foster with a mighty twist: A female version of Thor, dubbed Mighty Thor. Director Taika Waititi called the iteration male Thor's (Chris Hemsworth) "midlife crisis film" in an interview with EW.
"Ragnarok felt a bit like a party," Waititi said. "It was quite festive. This one is still fun, and it's got moments of being over the top, but thematically, it's about something a bit deeper than the last film. It's not a serious film, and it's not a drama, but we do deal with ideas that I think a lot of humans deal with — universal themes about love and loss and our place in the world."
He continued, "Everyone sort of asks this question in the film: What is your purpose? What is the reason that you're a hero, and what do you do when you have these powers? It's sort of like a midlife crisis film, really. That's the question we ask everyone: Are we doing the right thing, and are we doing all we can in the world?"
Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images 'Thor' stars Natalie Portman and Tessa Thompson are totally 'Clueless' in new photo
"I think right now, while the world is still healing from this pandemic, it's a good question to ask," Waititi said. "It's like, well, are we doing enough to look after each other and to look after ourselves?"
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