Jimmy Kimmel Recuts 'Thor: The Dark World' as Romantic Comedy (Video)

Natalie Portman stars as a woman "looking for love in all the wrong places" until Chris Hemsworth's Thor sweeps her off her feet.

Thor: The Dark World is already popular with women, but could it have done more to capture that demographic?

Jimmy Kimmel has unveiled a trailer for Thor Actually, which recasts the Marvel Studios film as a romantic comedy.

The movie centers on Jane Foster (Natalie Portman), who "was looking for love in all the wrong places, until a blast from the past came out of nowhere to sweep her off her feet."

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At the box office, an impressive 48 percent of Friday's audience comprised women and teen girls, compared to 40 percent for Iron Man 3 in May. The dual appeal of Portman and Chris Hemsworth are credited with the unusually high female interest in the superhero film.

The film brought in $31.6 million at the domestic box office Friday, and may reach $300 million globally by Sunday.

Watch the recut trailer below.