Taika Waititi would never do Star Wars movie

Taika Waititi would never do Star Wars movie

Taika Waititi would never do Star Wars movie

Thor: Ragnarok is set to hit United Kingdom cinemas on October 27th. In the Marvel Universe, Thor has come in a larger variety of styles with the hero's most recent switch-up giving Mjolnir to a woman.

Thor: Ragnarok is distributed by the Walt Disney Company (Philippines). The Thor franchise has never been known for breaking new ground, but critics have been praising Thor: Ragnarok for its colorful aesthetic and inventive humor. Would he be willing to tell a story in a Galaxy Far, Far Away?

Thor: Ragnarok is set to release in theaters on November 2, 2017. They've taken elements of Planet Hulk's storyline (Greg Pak's brilliant comic series, which I highly recommend) and interweaved it with Thor's Ragnarok plotline. "He's just so amusing that he enthused the script with him".

More importantly though Thor: Ragnarok opens up in South Africa this weekend. This is most obvious with Jeff Goldblum's Grandmaster, which shares numerous actor's singular traits.

Feige didn't say Marvel Studios has any immediate plans to bring a female version of Thor to its films, but there is always a chance the heroine could appear. "So I think it's important that on all fronts we keep pushing for diversification because then the storytelling becomes more interesting, more rich, and more truthful". He said: "Lolz, I like to complete my films". So what is it?' 'It's a superhero thing and it's a six-picture deal.' And we were like, 'That's a lot of films to sign up for.

Early reviews have made it clear that Thompson's Valkyrie stands out as a highlight in the film thanks to her strong character.

Clocking in at just over 2 hours, Thor: Ragnarok is fast paced, and is the flawless cap to the Thor trilogy, expertly Directed by Waititi whose comic sensibilities really come out, and whilst the film is very amusing, it strikes a wonderful balance with the peril that will keep you entertained from start to finish.

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