Picture how you’ve always dreamed a movie about a war between gods could be. Was it anything like the first two Thor films (or heaven forbid, “Gods of Egypt”)? Most likely not. For all their CGI trickery, Hollywood just can’t seem to get a high fantasy super battle right at all. Until possibly today — the big trailer for Thor: Ragnarok has been released, and boy is it great.
Without using too many spoilers, let me just put it this way: one of the villains is powerful enough to make Thor’s hammer EXPLODE by just touching it. And that’s just for starters!
Whereas Asgard came off as stiff and boringly orderly in the first two films, in this movie it’s almost like a world depicted on one of those great old record covers. Marvel Studios is so aware of this that they scored the trailer to Led Zeppelin and made the logo look like the airbrushed chrome letters off a 70’s rock album. Good for them!
If there had to be a Thor 3, it would have to show some improvement to catch any interest (and Natalie Portman would have to GO). Thor: Ragnarok does both these things and now for the first time ever I actually want to see a Thor film. Thor: Ragnarok opens this November.
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