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Thor: Ragnarok
Thor- Ragnarok logo.jpg
Directed by Taika Waititi
Produced by Kevin Feige
Screenplay by Stephany Folsom
Based on Thor 
by Stan Lee
Larry Lieber
Jack Kirby
Starring
Music by Mark Mothersbaugh
Cinematography Javier Aguirresarobe
Production
company
Distributed by Walt Disney Studios
Motion Pictures
Release dates
  • November 3, 2017 (2017-11-03) (United States)
Country United States
Language English

Thor: Ragnarok is an upcoming American superhero film featuring the Marvel Comics character Thor, produced by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. It is intended to be the sequel to 2011's Thor and 2013's Thor: The Dark World and the seventeenth film installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). The film is directed by Taika Waititi with a screenplay by Stephany Folsom, and stars Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, Idris Elba, Anthony Hopkins, Cate Blanchett, Tessa Thompson, Jeff Goldblum, Karl Urban and Mark Ruffalo. The film began principal photography in July 2016 at Village Roadshow Studios in Oxenford, Australia and is scheduled to last until October 2016.

Thor: Ragnarok is scheduled to be released on November 3, 2017, in IMAX.

Cast[edit]

The crown prince of Asgard, based on the Norse mythological deity of the same name.[1][2] Hemsworth expressed interest in having Thor interact with Bruce Banner, as the two have not had a lot of interaction previously and "it would bring something different out of the characters," adding he hoped the film was a "[Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid] sort of story" for the duo.[3]
A genius scientist who, because of exposure to gamma radiation, transforms into a monster when enraged or agitated.[4] Ruffalo, who said he is always excited to keep returning to the role as he sees "a lot of space for it to grow", hoped the film would explore the relationship between Banner and the Hulk, potentially with the two in a scene together.[5] Regarding the relationship between Banner and Thor, Ruffalo said, "There’s a little bit of Midnight Run, with [Charles] Grodin and [Robert] De Niro. I feel like that’s kind of where we’re heading with this relationship between Thor and Banner."[6] Waititi stated that there was "a big conversation" regarding how verbal and conscious the Hulk would be compared to previous MCU films. Waititi added that the decision was a "larger group decision, rather than anything to do with just me or the writer" since it was taking into account future appearances for the character.[7]
Thor's adoptive brother and nemesis based on the deity of the same name.[8][9] On returning to the character for a fourth time, Hiddleston said he was interested in how Loki's attitude has changed, adding "I'm four years older... and there will just be new things [I] find in it. The most exciting thing about [Loki] is that he is always a trickster. It is trying to find new ways for him to be mischievous". Regarding the inclusion of the Hulk in the film, Hiddleston said that Loki has "a few chips on his shoulder" due to the previous interaction between the two characters in The Avengers.[10]
An Asgardian warrior and love interest for Thor, based on the mythological being Brynhildr. Thompson will also appear in future Marvel films.[12][9] Regarding the casting of Thompson, an African-American actress, as Valkyrie, typically depicted as blonde and white in the comics, director Taika Waititi said, "Right from the start we wanted to diversify the cast, and it’s hard when you’re working with Vikings... at that point, you have to look at the source material as a very loose inspiration," adding that a character's skin tone and hair color "doesn’t matter. That’s not what [the character] is about... I think the story is king, and you want the best person for the job. And Tessa... was the best person."[13]
An Asgardian warrior.[9][14] Urban shaved his head and worked out for the role, though he noted that "you won’t actually see my body in this movie under the costume that I have, but it’s important for me to get into the zone and feel [the part]."[15]
A cosmic being fascinated with gaming and chance, who enjoys manipulating lesser life-forms such as humans.[9][14] Goldblum described the character as "a hedonist, a pleasure-seeker, an enjoyer of life and tastes and smells." He also said that Waititi encouraged improvisation in order for Goldblum to "make [the character] my own".[16]

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

While promoting the release of Thor: The Dark World in October 2013, Chris Hemsworth stated that he is contracted for another Thor film and two more Avengers films, but would be happy to keep going if people wanted more.[1] Also in the month, producer Kevin Feige stated that certain elements at the end of The Dark World hint at a direction for a possible third film, adding, "We definitely have a story we’d like to tell."[17] In January 2014, Marvel announced that Craig Kyle and Christopher Yost would write the screenplay for the film, with Feige again producing.[18] In July 2014, Feige stated the story was in the process of being outlined.[19] In October 2014, in talking about Avengers: Age of Ultron, Hemsworth stated that his next film "won’t be Thor 3 — that will be the following year".[20] On October 28, 2014, Feige announced that the film, titled Thor: Ragnarok, would be released on July 28, 2017, and confirmed that Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston would reprise their roles of Thor and Loki, respectively.[2][8] Feige called the film "a very important movie for us in Phase 3" and stated it would pick up after the events of Age of Ultron.[2] He also confirmed that, in the context of the film, the word Ragnarok means "the end of all things".[21] He later added, “I don’t think people will read into that title alone what the movie’s going to be.”[22]

In February 2015, Marvel pushed back the release date to November 3, 2017.[23] In April 2015, Feige said the film was being scripted and Marvel was expecting a draft soon.[24] In June 2015, Feige stated that a director, additional screenwriter and casting announcements would be revealed "towards the end of the summer",[25] and that filming would begin in June 2016.[26] In the same month, Alan Taylor, director of The Dark World, stated that he would not be returning, saying, "The Marvel experience was particularly wrenching because I was sort of given absolute freedom while we were shooting, and then in [post-production] it turned into a different movie. So, that is something I hope never to repeat and don't wish upon anybody else."[27] During the 2015 San Diego Comic-Con International, Jaimie Alexander confirmed that she would reprise her role as Sif in "a very pivotal part" of the film.[28][29]

By October 2015, Taika Waititi entered in negotiations to direct Thor: Ragnarok. Other directors under consideration included Ruben Fleischer, Rob Letterman, and Rawson Marshall Thurber.[30] Waititi was approached to present a pitch for the film, with him creating "a sizzle reel for the tone, and some joke stuff."[31] On why he decided to pursue directing the film, after stating in 2012 that he had no interest in "big features, where the art of the project was sacrificed for profit," Waititi said he felt "like a guest in Marvel's universe but with the creative freedom to do what I want."[32] By mid-October, Mark Ruffalo was finalizing a deal to reprise his role as Bruce Banner / Hulk from previous MCU films,[4] with multiple news outlets also confirming Waititi as director.[33][34][35] Later in the month, Julie Bishop, Australia's Minister for Foreign Affairs, announced that filming would take place in the country.[36] The film would be shot exclusively throughout the state of Queensland, including Village Roadshow Studios in Oxenford, Gold Coast. According to Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk, the production will spend over $100 million in Queensland and employ 750 Queenslanders.[37] Days later, Ruffalo confirmed that he would appear in the film.[5] In November 2015, Hemsworth indicated that he wanted a lighter tone compared to the previous Thor films, similar to Guardians of the Galaxy. Hemsworth said, "I feel we had less of the sort of the naivety or fun or humor that the first [Thor] might have had. I wish we had more of that in the second [movie] … We’ve done regal. We’ve done Shakespeare, and we’ve shown that. I think now it’s time to go, 'Ok, cool. Let’s try something different.'"[38] At the end of the month, Stellan Skarsgård, who portrayed Erik Selvig in the previous Thor films, stated it was in his contract for him to appear, should Marvel want to include him, though he was uncertain at the time if they did.[39] In February 2016, he confirmed that he would not appear in Thor: Ragnarok.[40]

In December 2015, Stephany Folsom was hired to work on the script and Cate Blanchett entered final negotiations to join the cast,[41][11] while Hemsworth said that in order to prevent the character or film from becoming "predictable", there was "definitely a goal to do something unexpected... and really mix it up... I think we want to get back to more of a sense of adventure and fun in the" film.[42] Feige revealed Thor: Ragnarok would take "place within the cosmos primarily which is to say, frankly, very little Earth," a departure from the previous Thor films.[43][22] He expanded, "There are only a couple of scenes on Earth in this movie. 80 to 90 percent takes place in the cosmos. Tonally and geographically there are a lot of different planets outside of the nine realms that we visit" in the film.[44]

Pre-production[edit]

In January 2016, with the film beginning pre-production,[37][45] Ruffalo described it as a "road movie" and also indicated that additional filming would take place in Sydney.[6] Waititi stated that he was working on the script "a little bit", mainly adding humor to the screenplay.[46] The next month, Blanchett was confirmed to have been cast as Hela.[47] In early March, Alexander said she was no longer sure if she would appear in the film, due to the script undergoing rewrites, as well as only having a short time frame to participate during the hiatus of her television series Blindspot.[48] The next month, Tessa Thompson joined the cast as Thor's love interest,[12] as Natalie Portman was confirmed to not be returning from the previous films as love interest Jane Foster.[49][44] In May, Marvel confirmed Blanchett and Thompson's castings, revealing the latter's role to be Valkyrie, while announcing the casting of Jeff Goldblum as Grandmaster and Karl Urban as Skurge. The announcement also confirmed that Idris Elba and Anthony Hopkins would reprise their roles of Heimdall and Odin, respectively, from the previous films.[9] Marvel did not reveal Alexander as part of the cast in their announcement, with The Hollywood Reporter stating that she was no longer part of the film due to scheduling conflicts with Blindspot.[14] Alexander responded on Twitter to her lack of inclusion in the announcement by saying, "Don't worry ;) ....".[50] In early June, Palaszczuk and Marvel Studios executive David Grant announced that filming would begin on July 4, 2016.[51] Weta Workshop created props for the film.[15]

Filming[edit]

Filming of Thor: Ragnarok in Brisbane's central business district, which doubled as New York City.

Principal photography began on July 4, 2016,[51][52] under the working title Creature Report,[53] at Village Roadshow Studios in Oxenford, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia,[37] exclusively using all nine of the studios' sound stages,[54] with Javier Aguirresarobe serving as cinematographer and Dan Hennah as production designer.[55][52] Additional filming will occur throughout the state of Queensland,[37] as well as in Sydney.[6] Filming is expected to last until late October 2016.[51] Later in the month, regarding the film's plot and "buddy-style comedy" nature, Waititi said it was hard to define, since "the plot has changed and the script has changed. There are buddy elements to it between Thor and the Hulk, but who knows what the final movie will look like."[32] At the end of the month, Hulk's gladiator armor was displayed at the San Diego Comic-Con International, revealing that the film would use elements inspired from the "Planet Hulk" storyline.[56] Concept art released at the convention also revealed that Surtur and Fenris Wolf would appear in the film.[57][58]

By August, over 100 set and construction workers were given termination notifications, with some complaining that they had been promised work until October or November 2016, and that members of the crew from New Zealand were receiving preferential treatment over the Australian locals. However, Premier Palaszczuk stated that the work for set builders simply "finished" explaining, "What we have seen is that the stage for Thor has been completed and those jobs are finished. As the construction comes to an end, what we will see is more jobs when actors come in."[59] Regarding the members of the crew, Waititi, who is of Māori descent, made hiring Indigenous and Aboriginal Australians, along with New Zealanders, a priority for the various departments, saying, "It’s a responsibility you have to the Indigenous people. You’re coming to a country and you’re bringing money into the economy and creating jobs but I think you have an even bigger responsibility to look after the people that have less opportunities." He added that having these people on the crew "feel very much like family" and "helps calm me down and makes me feel relaxed." The Indigenous and Aboriginals were hired as part of an initiative by Screen Australia’s Indigenous Department, whose mission is "to give Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders a foot in the door of the film industry."[60] Filming took place in the Brisbane central business district from August 22 to 25,[16][53][61] with the setting used to double as New York City.[62]

Music[edit]

By August 2016, Mark Mothersbaugh was set to score the film.[63][64]

Release[edit]

Thor: Ragnarok is scheduled to be released in the United Kingdom on October 27, 2017,[22] and in North America on November 3, 2017, in IMAX.[23][65] It was originally scheduled for release on July 28, 2017.[2]

Marketing[edit]

At the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con, a physical model of Hulk's gladiator armor was revealed.[56] A "mockumentary" short by Waititi was also screened, showing what Thor and Banner were doing during the events of Captain America: Civil War, while concept art and rough animatics were shown.[57] The mockumentary short is scheduled to be released on the home media of Captain America: Civil War in September 2016.[66]

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