I think it’s safe to say that Thor: Ragnarok was the best stand-alone Thor flick by a long mile. My son and I were just saying the other day that we couldn’t wait to see the movie again. Now we can! Well, ya know, not now…but real soon. The action, humor, drama and spectacle, bursts into homes Digitally …
Another day, another trailer, but this one stands head and shoulders above the others. Namely because of Marvel’s brand of action and their signature humor.
I was excited for this movie after the teaser hit a couple months ago, but this new trailer is packed full of excitement, and now I’m 100% psyched for this one.
Feast your eyes!
From that last scene, it looks like Hulk is gaining more of Banner’s intelligence, which may be just in time for Infinity War!
Thor: Ragnarok hits theaters on November 3, 2017.
Oh, and also, the film snagged a jazzy new poster:
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Today marks a momentous occasion: the end of Asgard! A new haircut for Thor! And also…a funny thunder god?
Marvel released the first official trailer for November’s Thor threequel. This time, it’s being brought to you by comedic director Taika Waititi…and it shows. That is not a knock against it, however, as the movie starts off immediately with the drama and suspense. In short, it looks amazing.
But don’t believe me, see for yourself:
“We know each other! He’s a friend from work!!”
Thor: Ragnarok hits theaters November 3, 2017
Entertainment Weekly just debuted the cover (below) for their new issue, which hits stands this weekend.
The article that goes along with it talks about how Hela is released from whatever prison she’d been kept in and takes the fight to Thor, banishing him to the gladiatorial planet Sakaar, where he must go up against what sounds like an eclectic mix of baddies before coming toe-to-toe with the Hulk himself. After their brief clash in the original Avengers, fans should welcome the rematch.
Chris Hemsworth, who plays Thor, also mentioned that the movie will be funnier than its predecessors:
“Taika has such a quirky, left-of-field sense of humor, which forced all the characters and the tone of the whole story to head in a new direction. Each day we were like, ‘Are we pushing it too far? Are we allowed to have this much fun?’”
The cover also showcases the first official looks at new characters Hela and Valkyrie.
Thor: Ragnarok will hit theaters this November.