Thor Ragnarok's Chris Hemworth says the film will visit a never-before-seen world

Chris Hemsworth teases a cosmic adventure
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Chris Hemsworth has been talking about the third Thor movie, called Thor: Ragnarok, and teased that we'll be visiting a world we haven't seen before in the MCU!

Thor: Ragnarok is the next film in the Thor franchise, and will be Thor's third solo movie. We've also seen the Asgardian God turn up in both Avengers movies, but he was noticeably left out of Captain America: Civil War, much to Chris Hemsworth's disgust. Hopefully, getting yet another standalone movie will help to cheer the Aussie actor up, and also the prospect of acting alongside Tom Hiddleston again, who'll be back as Loki, must be something to look forward to. Mark Ruffalo has also joined the project which has been rumored to be a more cosmic adventure. The man who brought the Norse God to life on the big screen, Chris Hemsworth, has been chatting about the next Thor movie. Check out what he had to say below.

While on a panel for Thor: Ragnarok at Wizard World Comic Con (reported on by Comicbook.com), Chris Hemsworth was asked what fans can expect from the upcoming Thor movie. "Man, it is a lot of fun. I think tonally it's a big shift in a great way, more than anything we've seen before," teased the actor. He continued: "Taika Waititi, the director, if you know any of his work, yeah, he's just an incredible comedic talent, a lot of heart in everything he does." Hemsworth then started to talk about the world we could expect to see in the movie. "But you know, it's a very different Thor. It's a different Loki. We go off on another world that we haven't experienced before. It's fun you know, but that's me skirting around the issue because I can't say too much." It sounds like Thor: Ragnarok will be boldly going where no Marvel film has gone before. This could be in reference to the similarities that Ragnarok might share with the Planet Hulk comics. We'll just have to wait and see. Where do you think Thor: Ragnarok will take us?

Source: Comicbook.com - Media credit: Marvel Studios


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