A lot of Marvel fans, particularly the ones who have been following the Marvel Cinematic Universe, are now probably getting pretty hyped for the coming of Thor's (Chris Hemsworth) third movie, "Thor: Ragnarok." Luckily, its director, Taika Waititi, recently answered several questions from the fans about the upcoming installment.
Waititi, during an Ask Me Anything (AMA) session on the popular message board, Reddit, revealed some interesting bits of information on what fans can expect in "Thor: Ragnarok," particularly how it will differ from any other Marvel films in the MCU.
"I think TR will be one of the most adventurous and most "out there" of all the marvel movies. It's a crazy movie," Waititi said.
Mark Ruffalo, the actor playing as Bruce Banner, also known as the big green machine The Hulk, mentioned the same thing in his interview earlier this year with Empire Online. He told the publication that "Thor: Ragnarok" is going to be a "universal road movie" between his character and Hemsworth's Thor. With that in mind, it somehow gives off the impression that it would be comedic — in a way.
Waititi continued to note on the AMA that he "made an effort to ignore the fact that there are other Thor films." Then he added: "I'm trying to ignore the rest of the universe and just make my own awesome movie," according to a report from The Verge.
Unfortunately, the film director, who just recently helmed the hit movie "Hunt for the Wilderpeople," has not gone into the specific details of the narrative of "Thor: Ragnarok." More news about the matter should emerge in the coming months, probably the official synopsis of the film or any other information coming from the cast of the movie.
"Thor: Ragnarok" is now set to hit theatres on Nov. 3, 2017.