Four Lessons Previous ‘Thor’ Movies can Teach ‘Thor: Ragnarok’
In 2017, we will be getting “Thor: Ragnarok,” which will be playing an important role in the MCU and will somehow connect to the other future movies in the cinematic universe. So makers naturally will have to tread very carefully with this movie and in order to keep any mistakes from happening, the previous two movies of “Thor” could definitely help with some points:
- What Culture mentioned that in “Thor: Ragnarok,” it would be better if Thor would really explore other realms existing in the Universe and move away from Earth a bit. In the previous movie “Thor: The Dark World,” Malekith brought the battle to Earth and it was only at the right moment that Thor was able to stop him. With Iron Man and Captain America also belonging to the same cinematic universe, Thor right from “Thor: Ragnarok” should not worry about protecting Earth anymore as the Avengers can surely step up if there’s some threat.
- Second thing for Thor to do would be to better take help from other Gods who have been at his side at all times. Be it Lady Sif or Heimdall, everyone has proven themselves as resourceful to the God of Thunder.
- Third thing for “Thor: Ragnarok” should do is to show exactly where Thor’s relationship with Jane Foster is going. In “Thor: The Dark World,” Thor practically moved to Earth so that he could be with the love of his life and promised to look after all the nine realms from Earth himself. But since “Avengers: Age of Ultron” saw Thor making a trip to Asgard because of his visions, him remaining at one place for a long time is not really that easy, which further affects his relationship with Jane. So “Thor: Ragnarok” should make Thor take a final decision once and for all as to how will he be dealing with this personal situation.
- Finally fans would love to see a more matured version of Thor who like a dominant force would do what is right. Its understandable as the God of Thunder, the pressure is simply incomprehensible but when you are blessed with one of the most powerful weapons in the Universe, you have to stand up to your reputation.
Cinema Blend quoted one of the quotes that Mark Ruffalo gave about his Hulk’s portrayal in “Thor: Ragnarok.” According to the actor, there are chances that in “Thor: Ragnarok” fans might see the personalities of Hulk and Bruce Banner merging, which would be quite interesting to see. “Thor: Ragnarok” will release on Nov. 3, 2017.
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