Fans were thrilled when Thor flew back to his Asgardian home for an undertaking regarding the infinity stones in “Avengers” 2. Similar to this, is the ongoing buzz on who will take the mantle behind the camera for the next Thor movie, as the audience has been kept waiting in an abated breathe. Read on for more details.
Marvel’s President Kevin Feige recently talked to Collider on who will be directing “Thor 3: Ragnarok” to clear the air.
“Probably towards the end of the summer we would announce a filmmaker and a writer. Maybe the same person, I don’t know, may be two different people.” Feige said.
Feige also stressed that they have no plans of recruiting Kenneth Branagh back as cited by the ongoing rumors for the directorship of “Thor 3: Ragnarok.”
“Thor 3: Ragnarok” dwells in a scenario wherein the fabled home of the Norse gods, Asgard will be destroyed by a fire giant named Surtur. The upcoming movie, which is said to be standalone, also gave insinuations that Loki will be killed at the hands of Thor himself.
Actress Jamie Alexander, who plays the goddess Sif in the last two installments, stated in the LA Times her own two cents for the ongoing big screen saga of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
“There’s a lot of great stuff they’ve peppered in through Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., [Avengers: Age of Ultron], [Captain America: Civil War] will have some stuff. There’s just all kind of Easter eggs and hints if you’re really paying attention. They’re so good at interweaving everything throughout those films.” Alexander said.
Meanwhile, the revelation of a female “Thor” in the Marvel comic books has immersed fans with questions of such similar occurrence in “Thor 3: Ragnarok”. According to Movie Web, Chris Hemsworth is locked in for a six movie contract with the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Four of these movies have already made it to the big screen. Two are still up in the air with “Thor 3: Ragnarok” on the next one for grabs, as it will be, is slated for release on Nov. 3, 2017.
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