4 rea­sons Thor: Rag­narok could be the best Marvel Cin­e­matic Uni­verse movie yet

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In­fin­ity War, Sch­min­fin­ity War. If there’s one Marvel movie we’re giddy about see­ing, it’s this month’s Thor: Rag­narok, which has the po­ten­tial to be the stu­dio’s cra­zi­est, fun­ni­est and down­right most amaz­ing movie

yet. Here’s why…


Cate Blanchett gets her antler-head­pieced emo vil­lain on as the MCU’s first proper fe­male bad­die, and we couldn’t be more ex­cited.

Taika Waititi

Marvel may have gone left-field

with their hir­ing of the Kiwi com­edy direc­tor, but we have a sneak­ing feel­ing it was an in­spired move. Not only was

around 80% of the shoot im­pro­vised on-set, but the trailer alone has us re­as­sured Waititi’s go­ing to bring orig­i­nal­ity and fun

in spades.


By es­sen­tially smug­gling the iconic Planet Hulk sto­ry­line into this Thor three­quel, Marvel have found a way to have their Hulk

movie cake and eat it.

Short hair, don’t care

Chris Hemsworth with short hair, bi­ceps big­ger than the Hulk him­self, and a glad­i­a­to­rial

makeover? Yes please.

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