In the recently released official trailer, Hela (Cate Blanchett), the goddess of death, is unleashed. Maybe it's the possibility of seeing Thor face off with his fellow Avenger The Incredible Hulk. If so, the MCU's version of Hela could also be depicted as Loki's daughter.
Though it's natural to assume that It had beat out another Disney property for the most-watched crown, that's not quite the case either. Thor: Ragnarok is ready to be amusing.
For now, let's take a minute to analyze Hela's look in #ThorRagnarok versus her most iconic appearance from the comics.
After the successes of Guardians of the Galaxy, Ant-Man and Deadpool, Marvel knows that its comedies fair just as well, if not better, than their darker flicks.
Marvel released the very first trailer for Thor: Ragnarok earlier this week, driving fans mad with excitement.
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The discovery comes a day after the suspected terror attack in the capital of Scandinavian neighbours Sweden. Forensics experts will be examining fragments of the device to ascertain what it was made of.
Directed by Taika Waititi from a script by Craig Kyle and Christopher Yost and Stephany Folsom and Eric Pearson, "Thor: Ragnarok" picks up after the events of "Avengers: Age of Ultron". I suspect that the latter is the case, and that the "something else" in question goes beyond the simple fact that the Ragnarok trailer was a particularly good trailer, although it is. Would that more movies were so willing to surprise the audience. To be sure, there are stakes, but the presumed adventure that Thor and Hulk will have as they make their way home should be joyful for film fans.
While we loved Civil War, and its innumerable hints at the epic love triangle of Tony-Steve-Bucky, we've to say we were missing Mark Ruffalo's Hulk.
The first trailer for "Thor: Ragnarok" has finally dropped and people are going insane over the awesome fight teased between the Odinson and the Hulk. The crowd is amazed and lost for words to which Thor looks up at Grandmaster and shouts: "We know each other".
Regardless, we fill find out for sure exactly how Hulk ends up throwing down against Thor when Thor: Ragnarok is released in theaters on November 3.
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