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Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi is definitely in tune with the fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, recognizing they have grown a little fatigued with big bad Thanos (Josh Brolin) — and the snail’s pace progress he’s made toward executing his master plot to gather the Infinity Stones.
Waititi tapped into that with his mockumentary detailing what Thor (Chris Hemsworth) was up to during the events of Captain America: Civil War. The mockumentary was among the most buzzed-about segments of Marvel Studios’ panel at San Diego Comic-Con. Now he’s shared a shot from the footage shown in Hall H.
Thor is investigating who is after the infinity stones.
A photo posted by Taika Waititi (@taikawaititi) on
The mockumentary reveals Thor has been living in Australia and shows him investigating who is after the Infinity Stones. Here’s what we know:
— Magic Glove
— Doesn’t like standing up
Sounds about right. As a refresher,here’s the most proactive thing we’ve seen Thanos do, from mid credits scene in Avengers: Age of Ultron, (three years after we first saw him onscreen).
The mockumentary also revealed Thor moved in with a roommate, Darryl. These digs don’t look nearly as swanky as Avengers Tower.
Where was Thor during Civil War? He moved in with me and we sort-a played Connect Four. A lot. #ComiCon #MarvelSDCC pic.twitter.com/OIp2zqjENs
— DaleyPearson (@Daley_Pearson) July 25, 2016
Thor: Ragnarok stars Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston, as well as series newcomers Jeff Goldblum, Tessa Thompson and Cate Blanchett.
Thor: Ragnarok will hit theaters on November 3, 2017.
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