Hammer Time! Thor: Ragnarok trailer is the best thing you’ll see today!
The trailer follows the events of Avengers: Age of Ultron and in the third installment of Thor series, we see the superhero locked away on the other side of the universe without his weapon, Mjölnir. Following the story of Planet Hulk, he must engage in a deadly gladiator battle with former friend and ally The Incredible Hulk. He must survive and get back to Asgard, before his home his destroyed. How will he do it? That’s what we will find out this October.
With his fate still being unclear, Thor must battle Hulk, which should in itself make it a display of jubilant action in the upcoming film.
We can also catch a sneak of the new antagonist Hela, played by Cate Blanchett. Tom Hiddleston aka the mischievous Loki also makes an appearance.
Thor Ragnarok is directed by Taika Waititi who is best known for the films Hunt for the Wilder people and What We Do in the Shadows. Marvel has gone outside its way by bringing in Taika as a director, and Thor: Ragnarok will promise to be an interesting mess. The mess we fans will love. It is evident in the first teaser itself and we hope some kick-ass action mania on the big screen with some quirky dialogues.
This is what separates MARVEL from DC, interesting and bold director choices. Every film has a different agenda, mood and setting and no BROODING! Check it out below:
Thor: Ragnarok trailer is being hailed as one of the best teaser trailers ever released by Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Watch Thor: Ragnarok trailer now. Here it is:
Thor: Ragnarok will be released in UK cinemas on 27 October and in the US on 3 November. (Around the same time in India and other markets)
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