Karls Urban, Ranked

Karl-Heinz Urban is good. His sneers are excellent, his range extends from grandiose to gritty, his look is fine and his appearances in Xena: Warrior Princess and Hercules: The Legendary Journeys are numerous. But which version of Karl Urban is the best Karl Urban? Who among the Karls Urban is supreme? Read More >>

Men in Black: International Is a Galaxy of Fun for a New Generation

Men in Black: International will not be the best movie you see this year. There are plot issues, character arcs go unfinished, and the ending felt rushed. But it’s still a campy, cool sci-fi spy thriller – one that coasts on the natural charisma of Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth, who may be one of this generation’s best comedic duos. In a sense, it kind of feels like the perfect sequel to the original Men in Black. It’s an entertaining movie made better by the people in it. Read More >>

Our 15 Favourite Moments From the Marvel Cinematic Universe Films (Before Avengers: Endgame)

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has taken us all on quite a ride. From assembling the Avengers to going cosmic with the Guardians, or visiting Wakanda with Black Panther, these past 11 years and 21 movies have produced a lot of incredible moments. But what are your favourites? The moments that have stuck with you years later? The Gizmodo staff has ours, and maybe they line up with yours. Here they are, in no particular order. Read More >>

Jeff Goldblum Has Now Been Memorialised in the Immortal Art of the Jigsaw Puzzle 

In defiance of chaos theory, these jigsaw puzzles bring some order to the world. Some Goldblum-y order. Read More >>

The End Credit Scene of Thor: Ragnarok Could Have Been Something Very, Very Different

By now you probably know that Thor: Ragnarok has two end credit scenes. The first is the big one that ties into the larger Marvel Cinematic Universe. The second, which is much more appropriate to the film, is a funny little aside and director Taika Waititi revealed it was one of just many choices he had for the ending. Read More >>

So What the Hell Is Ragnarok, Anyway?

Thor: Ragnarok is now in cinemas — but its titular apocalypse is more than a casual allusion to the Norse mythology that Marvel’s hero originates from. It’s a reference to an event in the comics that has hounded the God of Thunder since his adventures first began. Here’s everything you need to know about it. Read More >>

All The Easter Eggs and References Hiding in Thor: Ragnarok

Thor: Ragnarok is out today, and seeing as how it's a comic book adaption (and one made by Marvel at that) we went in looking to hunt down all the easter eggs and references we knew this film was going to be full of. Full isn't the right word, though, because Ragnarok is absolutely teaming with easter eggs. So many that it's just over 3,000 words to include them all. Read More >>

Thor: Ragnarok Director Taika Waititi Responding to Internet Commenters is a Pure Joy

Cementing his role as one of the most fun, charismatic directors working right now, Taika Waititi took to YouTube to respond to some absurd, combative internet comments. After watching Waititi for a couple of minutes, it’s easy to see where Thor: Ragnarok’s anarchic humour comes from. Read More >>

Somehow, Thor’s Appearance in the Infinity War Footage Isn’t a Ragnarok Spoiler

The past two weekends, at two different conventions, Marvel has screened footage from Avengers: Infinity War. And each time, the first new scene in the footage, featuring Thor, gets a shocked gasp. At San Diego Comic-Con, we asked the director of Thor: Ragnarok about that moment and he gave a very curious answer. Read More >>

Thor: Ragnarok Made Sure There Was No Blue Paint Between Us and Jeff Goldblum’s Glorious Performance

In Thor: Ragnarok, Jeff Goldblum plays the Grandmaster, an ageless and powerful being with a love of games. And as colourful as his costuming is, there is still the fact that Goldblum’s comic book counterpart is blue. Why didn’t that make it into the movie? Read More >>

Everything We Spotted in the Thor Ragnarok Trailer

Earlier this afternoon, Marvel saw it fit to release the very first trailer for Thor: Ragnarok. It looks incredible, and I have already climbed onboard the hype train as a result. But, sadly, there is an awful lot of information to digest. Unlike some Marvel films it hasn't gone big on the spoilerific plot points just yet, so we have to guess. Here are all the small details I spotted in the trailer, and what I think they mean. Read More >>

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All Aboard the Hype Train: The First Trailer for Thor Ragnarok Has Arrived

There are a whopping three Marvel movies coming out this year, and with the release dates for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and Spider-Man: Homecoming drawing ever closer, Marvel's lifted the curtain to give us our first proper look at Thor Ragnarok. And all to the tune of Led Zeppelin's Immigrant Song to boot. Read More >>

Thor: Ragnarok Is Basically Planet Hulk Plus a Road Trip Comedy

We’ve finally got a lot more official details about the plot to Thor: Ragnarok, and while there is a lot of Planet Hulk going on, there seems to be a significant lack of, well, Ragnarok in the description we have so far. Read More >>

Jeff Goldblum Looks Just as Weird as You Hoped in More New Thor: Ragnarok Photos

So, in addition to International Women’s Day, Marvel has also decided it’s Thor: Ragnarok Wednesday. Earlier, Entertainment Weekly posted our first look at the film and now they’ve revealed even more photos, including the much, much anticipated first look at Jeff Goldblum’s cosmic lover of competition, the Grandmaster. Read More >>