Directed by Taika Waititi from a script by Craig Kyle & Christopher Yost and Stephany Folsom and Eric Pearson, Thor: Ragnarok picks up after the events of Avengers: Age of Ultron.
We've heard for awhile now that the cast of Thor: Ragnarok was encounraged to improvise and bring themselves more into their role.
The filmmaker said: "That particular franchise seems really hard". So what is it?' 'It's a superhero thing and it's a six-picture deal.' And we were like, 'That's a lot of films to sign up for.
Ahead of the release of Thor: Ragnarok in theaters, Marvel Entertainment is teasing the return of the classic incarnation of the comic book God of Thunder - with a new look that ties in closely with Chris Hemsworth's cinematic makeover. I mean, it's incumbent upon us as storytellers who are making mass-appeal movies to make mass-appeal movies, and to diversify as much as possible. Through its narrow canon, the tone of Star Wars has always been determinedly self-serious, whereas the Marvel movies, like the decades of comics they sprang from, veer wildly from high drama to low comedy. Honestly, one must wonder if his comments concerning the difficulty of the Star Wars franchise stem, in at least some small part, from the situation with Solo: A Star Wars Story, and original directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller being ousted from the project. "I say "ours" because he was really integral to that". "I'd be fired within a week". He was able to put his own spin for Thor: Ragnarok.
Thor: Ragnarok is set for release on November 3.
Recently, the idea of female Thor joining the MCU reignited with fans after Karl Urban said he thought it was about time the heroine got some love on the big screen. They've taken elements of Planet Hulk's storyline (Greg Pak's brilliant comic series, which I highly recommend) and interweaved it with Thor's Ragnarok plotline.