Rock Out with the Full Comic-Con Trailer for Marvel's 'Thor: Ragnarok'

July 23, 2017
Source: YouTube

Thor: Ragnarok Trailer

"So much has happened since I last saw you! I lost my hammer…" Indeed, so much has happened! Let's find out! Disney + Marvel have revealed the new full-length trailer for Thor: Ragnarok, the next sequel in the Thor series, at Comic-Con today during their Hall H presentation. It looks like hiring Taika Waititi to direct this is one of the best decisions Marvel has ever made, as this looks seriously badass and entertaining in 100 different ways. Chris Hemsworth is back as Thor, with a seriously kick ass cast: Cate Blanchett as Hela, Jeff Goldblum as the Grandmaster, Tessa Thompson as Valkyrie, Karl Urban as Skurge, plus all of the others from Asgard before including Tom Hiddleston as Loki, Idris Elba as Heimdall, and Jaimie Alexander. I'm insanely excited for this, it looks so frickin' good, even all the sci-fi stuff looks like it works perfectly. I'm so there opening night. Between this and Black Panther, Marvel is lookin' really good.

Here's the official trailer (+ poster) for Taika Waititi's Thor: Ragnarok, direct from Marvel's YouTube:

Thor: Ragnarok Teaser Trailer

You can still watch the first teaser trailer for Thor: Ragnarok here, to see even more footage from this.

Thor is imprisoned on the other side of the universe without his mighty hammer and finds himself in a race against time to get back to Asgard to stop Ragnarok, the destruction of his homeworld and the end of Asgardian civilization, at the hands of an all-powerful new threat, the ruthless Hela. But first he must survive a deadly gladiatorial contest that pits him against his former ally and fellow Avenger, the Incredible Hulk! Thor: Ragnarok is directed by beloved New Zealand filmmaker Taika Waititi, of the films Eagle vs Shark, Boy, What We Do in the Shadows, and Hunt for the Wilderpeople previously. The screenplay is written by Eric Pearson, from a story by Craig Kyle & Christopher Yost and Stephany Folsom; based on the Marvel comic books. Disney + Marvel Studios will release Taika Waititi's Thor: Ragnarok in theaters everywhere starting November 3rd this fall. What do you think? Excited to see how this ends up?

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Marvel, while still making great films, felt a little stagnate. This looks fucking amazing though. Just as cool as the justice league trailer.

Jon Odishaw on Jul 23, 2017


I don't want to watch it again for fear of too many memorable moments lodging in my mind but it did look really great. Thor has such potential but I've thought he's been criminally underutilised in his films. If they can tap into that cheeky arrogance that his short 5 minute videos showed this could be such a winner for them. It has a Guardians vibe but if they can harness the GOTG 1 vibe rather than the 2nd one that would be great.

Payne by name on Jul 23, 2017


I could watch it just for Hulk. And for Cate Blanchet in that costume ...

shiboleth on Jul 23, 2017


They've stacked the deck, but it won't help.

txJM on Jul 23, 2017


Too much for me. Had a seizure. I'll pass.

tarek on Jul 23, 2017


This. looks. NUTS! Finally, a Thor movie I'm excited about/might enjoy! Such a great character that's been wasted in his stand-alone films. I hope this one does him justice.

THE_RAW_ on Jul 23, 2017


Justice? Like fighting Hulk in a gladiator outfit? Too cartoonish.

tarek on Jul 24, 2017


Too know the origins are comics?

Lewis on Jul 24, 2017


A cartoon is not a comic book

tarek on Jul 24, 2017


Yet are very similar in style..... Seriously though Thor is in an arena and you dismiss it as cartoonish because he's in a gladiator type outfit, when the source material is from a comic. What are you expecting??

Lewis on Jul 24, 2017


How about Hulk fighting in a gladiator outfit? Its like watching a kid playing with his figures.

tarek on Jul 24, 2017


That's pretty much sums up most Marvel/DC films though. Sounds like a gripe for the sake of it tbh, in which case why even bother.

Lewis on Jul 24, 2017


Is this sarcasm Tarek? Because the source material is in fact, a comic book...which isn't far off from a would say your assessment is pretty accurate. And the Thor comics have been some of the best comic runs the last few years (heck, maybe even longer). Unfortunately the films have not followed suit. Also, the gladiator aspect is borrowed heavily from the Planet Hulk comic story line, where Hulk, does in fact, fight in gladiator matches.'s lifting it's source material straight from the comic book page and which I wholeheartedly agree with and wish/think super hero film screenwriters should do more of.

THE_RAW_ on Jul 24, 2017


I don't know Raw...I can enjoy these Marvel movies when they stick with a certain acceptable internal logic. Hulk is a dude suffering from the Dr Jeckyl and Mr Hide syndrom. So the underlying story of his is a drama more so than a figure play. I've never read Planet Hulk, and I don't think I would have enjoyed the story if I did. Just my opinion of course. What could make an untammed beast like hulk accept to wear this ridiculous outfit and engage in a fight to entertain the crowd? I prefer the Russos approach. Their stories are more grounded in the reality and emotionally more mature.

tarek on Jul 24, 2017


So Hulk does what Hulk wants? Lol "Hulk no fight in puny gladiator outfit!" I get what you're saying and honestly I don't remember exactly the reason he's having to compete as a gladiator from the comic. I'm sure it's semi-viable though. And the Russo's did great with Winter Soldier, but I hated, H-A-T-E-D Civil War. The shakey camera was ridiculous and out of control. I hope they dial that crap back for future installments.

THE_RAW_ on Jul 26, 2017


Looks amazing! Indeed, best Thor movie so far!

Joe Kundlak on Jul 24, 2017


Are they blatantly borrowing design cues from GUARDIANS? Sure. But who cares. They are doing it right!

DAVIDPD on Jul 24, 2017


Well it's a shared universe and they're in space so it would be weird if Thor's version of space wasn't similar.

Dan Hibiki on Jul 25, 2017


I think it was probably more like "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" kind of thing.

DAVIDPD on Jul 25, 2017


I'm hoping this movie actually stands for its own. What I mean is it hopefully has a self contain story, like Guardians of The Galaxy has, and not just another trailer for yet another pointless Avengers sequel.

capitandelespacio on Jul 25, 2017

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