‘Thor: Ragnarok’ and ‘Captain Marvel’: Shooting Locations For The Movies, New Updates Revealed
“Thor: Ragnarok” and “Captain Marvel” happen to be the most important projects that Marvel is undertaking as a part of their Phase 3 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. After wrapping production on “Captain America: Civil War” and initiating preproduction on “Doctor Strange,” Marvel is now taking its other two projects ahead.
Comicbookmovie.com reports that Marvel Studios is now focusing their attention on two of its other important projects “Thor: Ragnarok,” which will eventually connect to the “Avengers: Infinity War” and its first female superhero project “Captain Marvel.”
“Thor: Ragnarok,” until now, does not have a director attached to it but has confirmed Chris Hemsworth’s return as Thor and Tom Hiddleston’s return as Loki in the film. As far as shooting this film is concerned, Marvel Studios will be taking the movie to shoot at a location where they never have shot before. If reports are to be believed then tropical beaches jungles of Australia where “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” has recently been shot has already pleased Disney resulting in the two superhero movies being shot there. Though “Captain Marvel” will not be starting production anytime soon, “Thor: Ragnarok” will be shooting in Queensland next year when production starts in March. It is being said that “Kong: Skull Island” also has a principal photography scheduled in the country.
In other news, Venture Capital Post reports that Lady Sif will be having a pivotal part in the upcoming “Thor: Ragnarok” as Jaimie Alexander who plays the role recently revealed it in an interview. She also mentioned that ultimately all of these movies would be intertwining with each other at one point. “Thor: Ragnarok” will be featuring Norse Apocalypse as rumors about Thanos visiting Asgard surfaces. There are chances that fans will witness one of the most gruesome battles between the God of Thunder and the mad titan when the movie releases on November 3rd 2017.
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