Marvel's intergalactic "Thor: Ragnarok" looks a lot like "Guardians of the Galaxy"

Apr 13, 2017, 01:23
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This time the God of Thunder (Chris Hemsworth) loses his mighty hammer to ancient dark princess Hela played by Cate Blanchett. In the trailer, countless creatures are seen all around Thor who wants him to battle like a gladiator in an arena.

Batman (Ben Affleck) watches this new trailer from his laptop. Thor: Ragnarok is the continuation of the events following the Avengers flick, Age of Ultron. The trailer show how Asgard unites against Hela but the presence of Thor and Loki is missing while the Death Goddess claim, "Asgard is dead". Most MCU films have a healthy dash of humor, and it is good to finally see that in Thor's solo movie. Naturally, his return in "Thor: Ragnarok" is much anticipated, and the excitement has reached a record-high after a teaser was released, showing there's a lot to be ecstatic for. "'How did this happen?'" From there, as Led Zeppelin's "Immigrant Song" takes over, it's clear Marvel is giving us a different kind of superhero movie.

Talking to Entertainment Weekly last month, director Taika Waititi teased fans that the new Marvel movie will watch Hemsworth's amusing side in the foreplay.

This forces the two into another competition for attention, and the studios loyal fans would probably follow suit and start sparking the debate on which comic book movie universe is better all over again. It's just hard to capture lightning in a bottle twice, in part because it's very, very hard to wow people with something they've already seen.

"YES!" he exclaimed loudly when he saw the Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), and the crowd watching him was puzzled and went silent.

In the first seconds of the new trailer, Chris Hemsworth's Thor introduces himself to the audience while hanging down a lava pit. And for Thor: Ragnarok, the third Marvel film to center on the Norse God, the new tone makes ideal sense.

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.