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One of Thor’s Best Scenes in Avengers: Infinity War Is Just as Riveting in Lego

Lego stop motion is one of life’s simplest pleasures. For the viewer, anyway. For the creator, it’s immensely complicated, time consuming, and generally very hard to pull off well. Fortunately, some creators do it very well indeed. And now Lego has come to the Infinity War. Read More >>

You Have No Idea How Much Christopher Eccleston Hated Working on Thor and G.I.Joe

Christopher Eccleston has rarely been diplomatic in discussing why he took roles in blockbuster comic book movies like G.I.Joe or Thor: The Dark World. But his latest declaration about the times he grabbed glitzy Hollywood roles for the cash might just be his strongest burn yet. Read More >>

All the Weird Things We Learned From the Thor: Ragnarok Blu-ray

Few Marvel films have re-imagined a character as radically as Thor: Ragnarok. Director Taika Waititi took the things fans already loved about the character, filtered them through a new visual palette and added more jokes than almost any other Marvel movie. The result is probably one of the most rewatchable films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Read More >>

The Technology Behind Valkyrie’s Flashback in Thor: Ragnarok Can Make Anything Look Epic

When Loki creates a psychic link between himself and Valkyrie during Taikia Waititi’s Thor: Ragnarok, he’s given the briefest glimpse into the warrior’s past. He witnesses the time when she and all of Asgard’s other Valkyries fell in battle against Hela. Though the scene was shot in live-action, it looks and feels like an epic painting in motion, and Waititi shared some behind-the-scenes visuals of it on Twitter. Read More >>

Here’s How They Made Hela’s Thor: Ragnarok Headdress

Hela’s headdress from Thor: Ragnarok is the best thing to happen in film in 2017. It should win an Oscar. That headdress should be inducted into the Screenwriter’s Guild. It’s the queer icon of a queer icon. 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 >>

Thor: Ragnarok Originally Had A Silly, John Hughes-Style Flashback

Talking to Josh Horowitz on the Happy Sad Confusing podcast, Waititi revealed how his Hughes influence, which included using some footage from his ‘80s films in his original pitch to Marvel, manifested itself in the film’s production. And Waititi, in turn, reveals this great flashback scene that didn’t make the cut: Read More >>

Explore the Entire Film and TV History of the Mighty Thor With This Video

While Marvel’s version of Thor, the God of Thunder, didn’t hit the big screen until 2011, his history on video goes back further. A lot further, as it turns out. Read More >>

You Can Thank the Ghostbusters Reboot for all the Comedy in Thor: Ragnarok

The reaction to the Ghostbusters reboot was always a bit, erm, negative, to put it lightly. The final film wasn't exactly bad, but it wasn't all that good either - except for the inclusion of Chris Hemsworth as Kevin, the dumb blonde receptionist. It turns out that role helped transform the newly released Thor: Ragnarok from a Shakespearean drama and into a full-blown comedy. Read More >>

Hela Was Almost the Villain of Thor: The Dark World

Cate Blanchett’s Hela is one of the highlights of Thor: Ragnarok—but apparently, the character could’ve had quite a different entry to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, because Hela was originally being considered for the second Thor film. Read More >>

Jeff Goldblum Is Already Teasing a Delightful Future For His Thor: Ragnarok Character

Jeff Goldblum’s turn as the Grandmaster is one of the most exciting things about Thor: Ragnarok. Who needs superhero action when you could have Jeff Goldblum at his, well, Goldblummiest? There’s some good news if you want even more of him though: Goldblum has already hinted, in the best way, that there’s more in store for the Grandmaster. Read More >>

Everything You Need to Remember Before You See Thor: Ragnarok

Thor: Ragnarok is the third film in the God of Thunder’s franchise, the fifth film in Marvel Phase Three, and the 17th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. So even though it’s something of a stand-alone story, you could probably still use a refresher on everything that’s happened in the MCU that leads into the movie—and the mythological event that spells not just the end of Asgard, but all the nine realms. Read More >>

Taika Waititi Reveals How Much He Loves Akira, and How Slow We’re Wolves Is Progressing

In about a week’s time, anyone who’s never seen a Taika Waititi movie before is going to instantly become a fan. Thor: Ragnarok is that kind of game-changing, big-budget Hollywood debut, and it’s opening up a lot of doors for the director. Read More >>

Get in the Ragnarok Mindset With Mark Mothersbaugh’s Energetic Thor Soundtrack

The soundtrack to Thor: Ragnarok has hit streaming sites a week before the release of the film, and it’s worth a listen. Time to get into a cosmic end-of-the-world state of mind. Read More >>

Thor: Ragnarok Manages To Out-Guardian The Guardians Of The Galaxy

Remember that bit in season one of Daredevil, when Kingpin takes revenge on someone by chopping their head off with a car door? The scene is dark, brutal and bloody. The full ugliness of the violent underworld was on show - and it was shocking. Read More >>