Thor: Ragnarok hits theaters on November 3 this year.
During San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday, Marvel Studios rolled out a brand new trailer for Thor: Ragnarok, the third installment of the superhero franchise. However, the Taika Waititi directed movie's second trailer lived up t all the expectations and the hype. So a hammerless Thor, Hulk, Loki (who went from full on villain to anti-hero) and Valkyrie go up against Hela.
Next Kevin Feige, the President of Marvel Studios, took to the stage, mentioning that Pfeiffer was "our dream choice when making the first film". This leads to Thor himself seemingly calling down the godly lightning and I think my brain just exploded.
With Taika Waititi in the director's chair, there is plenty of humour going about and also a lot of focus on Thor and the Hulk's bonding moments, as the Hulk compares the two. The Sideshow Collectibles booth gave fans a closer look at the characters with a preview of the upcoming Thor: Ragnarok Hot Toys line. Star Chris Hemsworth revealed in a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly that the famous "friend from work" line from the film's teaser trailer was improvised by a young boy visiting set as part of Make-A-Wish. But, to whet our appetite until later tonight, we've got this seriously cool new one sheet - which you can check out down below. However, in the new trailer, the God of Thunder says "I lost my hammer" rather describing that the Mjolnir was destroyed in the hands of the God of death.
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