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Thor: Ragnarok Teaser Trailer


Check out the trailer below...

Finally, we've caught a glimpse of Taika Waititi's vision for the God of Thunder's third solo adventure. The teaser trailer hints at what Thor (and one of his work colleagues) was up to while the rest of the Avengers were falling out back on Earth.  


It appears that Asgard falls victim to Hela (Cate Blanchett), who according to Blanchett "has been locked away for millenia getting more and more cross". After seeing Hela destroy Mjolnir, Thor finds himself in the hands of the Grandmaster (Jeff Goldblum) on the planet Sakaar. There he is forced to fight in a gladiatorial arena and one of his opponents is the Hulk. The big green rage monster is said to be more than just...well a big green rage monster like in previous movies. In fact Ruffalo describes him as having "swagger".


There are hints at other new characters, including Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson) and Skurge (Karl Urban). Tom Hiddleston returns as Loki, who only makes a brief appearance. Also reprising their roles but not seen in the trailer are Sir Anthony Hopkins as Odin and Benedict Cumberbatch as Doctor Stephen Strange. Sam Neill has an as yet undisclosed role and director Taika Waititi will make a cameo appearance, personally I'm hoping for him to reprise his role of 'Minister' from Hunt for the Wilder People!




Now judging by the trailer, Thor: Ragnarok will be fun like most movies in the MCU, but with some Taika Waititi lunacy added to the equation. Without a doubt, this looks to be Thor's best solo outing. The only question is, how will it tie in with Avengers: Infinity War?




If you haven't already, check out the trailer below. And don't forget to let us know what you think about Thor: Ragnarok and other upcoming movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Leave a comment below or find us on Facebook and Twitter.


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