Thor: Ragnarok made it into our anticipated films of 2017 list for a lot of good reasons. We won't be getting a full-on Planet Hulk movie, but this third entry in the Thor franchise is going to take some of those best elements and deliver an epic tale that far overshadows what has come before in terms of this particular set of standalone adventures. Moreover, Marvel Studios have yet to release a trailer for the movie and fans are speculating if this is a marketing strategy or delayed by the CGI Hulk, a time-consuming process in editing.
Apparently, Thor is in Australia with Bruce Banner waiting for a call from Tony Stark but it seems like Stark was not interested in recruiting him. The movie wrapped this summer and is now in post-production.
It has even been rumored that Valkyrie will be replacing Natalie Portman's Jane Foster as Thor's love interest.
They also wanted to know if Hulk will remain a foe to the God of Thunder.
The Ragnarok battle will be a rematch of sorts, following Hulk and Thor's fight in 2012's Avengers (though this time it sounds like Thor won't have the benefit of Mjolnir).
Ever since the brief confrontation between The Hulk and Thor in The Avengers (2012), fans have been looking forward to a main confrontation between the two superheroes. Moreover, Mark Ruffalo's Hulk will also get plenty of screen time as teased in last summer's San Diego Comic-Con where a body armor similar to the Marvel comics "Planet Hulk" was revealed. This questions started after the acclaimed superhero studio bought Spiderman to Sony, allowing them to make "Spider-Man: Homecoming".
With Thor: Ragnarok's release date still ten months away, it'll probably be a while before the marketing campaign really kicks into high gear. Coming Soon reported that the story will be about Thor's imprisonment to another side of the universe without his hammer.
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