Who knew we could all get this amped up for a third Thor motion picture? Thank chief Taika Waititi for that.
New Zealand’s auteur existing apart from everything else has bounced off late non mainstream hit Hunt for the Wilderpeople to the blockbuster alliances without having, clearly, to trade off quite a bit of his unmistakable, comedic vision.
Having since quite a while ago guaranteed Thor: Ragnarok will be Marvel’s most “out there” film – a genuinely goal-oriented accomplishment considering every one of the motion pictures about talking raccoons and little bug men – the principal trailer for the film does really indicate Waititi is satisfying his statement: this film looks like devilish fun.
Maybe not all that a good time for the God of Thunder himself (Chris Hemsworth), who appears to have gotten on the wrong side of Cate Blanchett’s Hela, resembling the ruler of emos, with the trailer opening on the somewhat stunning minute the capable goddess of death obliterates Mjolnir.
Thor’s losing streak likewise observes him fall under the control of Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson) who conveys him under the control of the Grandmaster (Jeff Goldblum) as a prime contender for his gladiatorial ring.