I mean, we have to talk Thor Ragnarok!

The ramp-up to summer continues with great movie trailers, it would seem. And there’s one movie this year I didn’t dare get excited or even think much about. Sure, the first Thor was pretty great, but that was Kenneth Branagh. Then Thor the Dark World was only so-so.

The scene in Avengers Age of Ultron that was supposed to lead us into Thor Ragnarok was not super inspiring (and also was one of the more contentious scenes in the movie, since it seemed overly distracting from the plot and forced upon the director). But, we also got word that Mark Ruffalo’s Hulk was going to be in the movie, and then – in the Doctor Strange stinger – got to see that Strange himself was going to be involved as well. So there’s some reservations and some excitements, but the movie is coming out in November, so I wasn’t really thinking or caring about it.

Then this hit this morning.

OH MY GOSH CAN IT BE NOVEMBER YET?

I love good use of music in a movie trailer, especially following one song throughout – something that both Guardians of the Galaxy 2 and now Thor Ragnarok have done well lately. And it helps that I love both “The Chain” and “Immigrant Song!”

They probably had me completely hooked when Thor breaks the fourth wall right at the beginning and starts narrating. They almost certainly had me when Cate Blanchett ups the ante. But they just keep going – and it ends as gloriously as we might hope, revealing Hulk in all his outer space armored… incredibleness.

This movie has to contend with the Justice League, which to be fair probably won’t be easy. However, I think it’s going to hold its own just fine.

I found Kevin Smith’s reaction as well… pretty similar, I must say:

What do you think about Thor Ragnarok now? Let me know in the comments below!

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4 responses to “I mean, we have to talk Thor Ragnarok!

  1. They keep stretching the concept of their universe, and, so far, they’ve gotten away with it. I’m holding my breath to see if this one holds up, but the trailer is intriguing and encouraging.

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    • Yeah, at one point I wrote that there was no way they could ever do Doctor Strange – now we’re way past that. Integrating in Spider-Man was a real world coup. Everyone keeps waiting for Marvel’s true flop, for the beginning of their decline… this movie definitely does not look like it!

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  2. I couldn’t stop laughing…Thor’s reaction to the Hulk was just so unexpected.

    Plus, this is the movie of the awesome helmets!

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