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Marvel Studios have long made a habit of hiring directors you wouldn’t automatically think of for major action and SFX-driven blockbusters, and their selection for the upcoming ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ is no exception. Not unlike the Russo Brothers (directors of the last two ‘Captain America’ movies, currently at work on ‘Avengers: Infinity War’), New Zealand actor, writer and director Taika Waititi has, up until now, worked almost exclusively in small-scale comedy, a style utilised in his two ‘Team Thor’ short films included on recent Marvel Blu-ray releases (check the latest one out on the ‘Doctor Strange’ disc, it’s hilarious).
The colourful first look at what is sure to be a very different kind of ‘Thor’ movie has now been accompanied by the first plot details, which explains a few things, including Thor’s new hair-do.
Taika Waititi was a fairly unexpected choice to take the helm on ‘Thor: Ragnarok,’ the third solo movie for Chris Hemsworth’s mighty god of thunder, as his existing films ‘What We Do in the Shadows’ and ‘Hunt for the Wilderpeople’ are pretty far apart from the Marvel movies in terms of tone, scale and content. In any case, the idea of ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ working as a standalone film will surely be music to the ears of less fanatical Marvel viewers.
The 47-year old Australian star – who was named Best Supporting Actress by the Academy in 2005 for ‘The Aviator,’ and later won Best Actress in 2014 for ‘Blue Jasmine’ – is set to be seen in Marvel’s ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ next year, and ‘Ocean’s Eight’ the year after. Of ‘Thor: Ragnarok,’ Blanchett confirms her character Hela is the villain, wryly noting, “You get to a certain age and you don’t play the hero anymore.
In Norse mythology, Ragnarok is a great battle that results in the deaths of major figures like Odin and Loki. In Marvel’s upcoming sequel ‘Thor: Ragnarok’, it may mean something else. Since it was announced, fans have assumed the film was named after this and the famed comic book story arc, but a new report has suggested its also the name of a planet central to the plot.