Here's The First Thor - Ragnarok Teaser Trailer

Here's The First Thor - Ragnarok Teaser Trailer

Thor goes Gladiator in the first Ragnarok trailer.

The Thor: Ragnarok marketing machine continues to hype up the movie, and today it gave us our first look at some footage - not just still photos - in the teaser trailer.

In it, we learn that Hela (Cate Blanchett) will serve as our main villain, and we see her "destroy" Asgard, break the hammer of Thor (Chris Hemsworth), and send our hero away to a planet ruled by Jeff Goldblum's Grandmaster, who imprisons him in a fight-to-the-death-style arena. Is he fighting for his freedom? Well, probably - that's how these things work, after all.

The trailer doesn't tell us a whole lot more - it's got a few out-of-context shots of various characters thrown in that fans can speculate about - and that's a good thing. A trailer like this hypes audiences up and doesn't reveal anything too spoiler-y.

Directed by Taika Waititi, Thor: Ragnarok is scheduled to hit theaters on November 3, 2017.

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Okay. This looks good.

This looks fantastic. Can.Not.Wait

Ooo Ooo. Can I be the first to list all the flaws? I want to be cool.

Looks awesome, though. I laughed out loud in a perfectly quiet room at work when he met Hulk. People looked at me weird.

Wacky aliens and weird worlds? No Earth or broke girls? Planet Hulk reference? All we need is Beta Ray Bill!

SirSullymore:
Wacky aliens and weird worlds? No Earth or broke girls? Planet Hulk reference? All we need is Beta Ray Bill!

Do you think that they've learned from GotG that they can get away with being a bit more out there?

Looks good, though I hope the plot's more involved than 'powerful person who doesn't have much screentime wants to fuck shit up'. If a film's as good as Winter Soldier it can more than get by, but not many films are that good.

Hopefully this'll be all I let myself watch before I see it.

*notices release date*

...damn it. More [potentially] good films is welcome, but it gets hard avoiding so many spoilers for so many films before any of the things are actually out.

...ugh

Look, this looks fun and good and all. But I just can't get over how much I dislike this 'Bro' Thor. It really ruins the character for me, and kills my interest in this movie.

I am trying to not get high expectations and hype for this movie, because that minimises the chance that it won't go under my expectations. But they are making it really hard!!

Ok, I laughed pretty hard at his reaction to the Hulk.

I am thoroughly stoked about this movie now.

1- Looks cool. I really like that they are embracing the most esoteric, colorful, Kirby-like elements of the mythos.

2- Blanchett is Hela? I guess it makes sense to have her as an antagonist in Ragnarok, but because of the green color-coded suit she has in 0:35, for a moment, I thought she was The Enchantress (also, Skurge is in this one, so)...

dyneira:

SirSullymore:
Wacky aliens and weird worlds? No Earth or broke girls? Planet Hulk reference? All we need is Beta Ray Bill!

Do you think that they've learned from GotG that they can get away with being a bit more out there?

Thor Ragnarok is shaping up to be GotG 2.5

And there is absolu-fucking-lutely nothing wrong with this.

...

What are all you guys raving about? Looks awful. And not just Goldblum.

Is actually looks damn good

I realy get that Guardians of the galaxy feel/style humor thing going on here from the trailer.

Ok. Now Im excited. It built expectations and i spit my tea when hulk turned up.

I hope they don't show Kurt Russle's character in any trailers. Don't want his appearance spoiled for me.

A little off topic, but this trailer is in 21.9 rather than 16.9 with black bars.

It's the little touches :)

So the biggest thing I noticed, or I guess that I'm curious about, is Loki. We see him sitting up there with the Grandmaster, which means...what? Did Hela allow him to leave? Did he run away? Did he HELP her destroy Asgard? Because I know he's a villain, but I never would have believed he'd go so far as to help destroy his homeland.
But then again, where was he when it was going down? Did he run away, or did he try to stand up to her?

I had not much interest in this... and then I saw the trailer. Wow!

 

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