“Thor” origins from the Marvel comics, which is known for its dark and grave main character. Thor being one of it was very grave yet pampered by readers around the globe. Since Disney took over Marvel studios it has been a disaster to say the least for the Thor franchise. Disney produces movies with children as its target audience but looking at the yield of Marvel or DC comic heroes it was an easy decision to take over the Marvel studios.
But regardless of that Marvel almost nailed the ‘Iron Man’ series and created a hero which many never imagined of. With no super powers Iron Man was totally depended upon its suit and with the actor. With Robert Downey Jr. at helm and supreme technique of the suit Iron Man became an instant hit. But unfortunately this was not the case with Thor. According to moviepilot ‘Thor’ and ‘Thor The Dark World’ failed to pull appreciable amount of audiences to the theatres resulting in its below par achievements. ‘Thor 3’ being the final piece of the series Marvel want to end ‘Thor’ series with a substantial response and revive the below par series.
According to Cinemablend Chris Hemsworth also want to balance the emotion and action for his third solo outing to be hit. Chris Hemsworth is tied with Marvel up until 2018 and with The Avengers series to continue they want ‘Thor’ to be an integral part of it. Although rumors suggesting Thor might be killed in the upcoming Avengers series it will depend upon Hemsworth’s decision. Marvel Cinematic Universe still stays as one of the fan favorite with its production of ‘Captain America’, ‘Ant-Man’ and ‘Iron Man’ grossing millions world wide but some time there must an equilibrium to be struck in between story and commercialization. And to rule out Thor 3 on that basis would be foolish. And above after failing considerably in the first two attempts Marvel would be gunning to break any shackles to produce ‘Thor 3’ as a blockbuster. So will ‘Thor 3 Ragnarok’ be a hit or miss? We’ll find out in November 2017 till then share your thoughts.
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