Thor: Ragnarok is more of a standalone film

Ausiliatrice Cristiano
Agosto 3, 2017

Waititi's always had a distinctive style and while some complain that Thor's become too much of an "airheaded bimbo" than an Asgardian god, we're definitely excited to see where Thor: Ragnarok's going to take us.

With stunning visuals, a Led Zeppelin song scoring the two-minute clip, and genuine laugh-out-loud moments, the teaser proved a hit with Marvel fans when it debuted back in April.

The line comes when Thor, who has been placed in a battlefield, finds that the opponent he'll be facing is none other than fellow Avenger Hulk.

"He's a friend from work!" Hemsworth revealed to EW that the young boy was visiting the set during filming thanks to the charity.

"We had a young kid, a Make-A-Wish kid on set that day, he goes, 'You know, you should say, "He's a friend from work!"'"

It pretty hard to even imagine how thrilled that boy must be to see his creation end up in a Marvel film, and it has given us a whole new appreciation for those working on the project.

Thor: Ragnarok might technically be the end of the Marvel Cinematic Universe's Thor trilogy, but director Taika Waititi admits that he's trying his very best to distance his superhero space adventure from the first two Thor movies.

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