If Waititi's wacky interview wasn't nough humor for you, he also reaffirmed the fact that Ragnarok will be the funniest of the Thor movies, responding to a commenter who said that the movie "seems more like a comedy than a serious Marvel movie" by saying, "Well, at least you're being honest".
With Waititi's eccentric sensibilities well established before he boarded Thor: Ragnarok, the promise of something wonderfully different was already in place. All told, it could end up eclipsing even the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise for sheer absurdism. "I trust them and they trusted us".
The Australian actor, whose most notable role before Thor was as Kim Hyde in Home And Away, explained that his doubts were due to "that voice inside you thinking it's too good to be true".
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Chris Hemsworth is simply incredible, in recent years he has really embraced his comic sensibilities and he has truly made Thor his own, I can't quite imagine anyone else in the role, he does it so well. For new hero Valkyrie, this process involved Thompson and Waititi designing the MCU version of the character together. "So I think it's important that on all fronts we keep pushing for diversification because then the storytelling becomes more interesting, more rich, and more truthful".
He wrote: "Lolz. I like to complete my films". Hopefully it gets made in the near future as the character is still very popular.
The world created in Thor: Ragnarok feels lived in with a stark contrast being that Asgard is all shiny whilst Sakaar is a world comprised of discarded junk from the universe and the music is wonderful, embracing the 80's and rock classics such as Iron Maiden's The Immigrant Song!