Taika Waititi, director of Marvel’s upcoming project Thor: Love and Thunder has spoken about what fans should expect from the fourth movie in the story of the Norse god.
Waititi revolutionized the character in Thor: Ragnarok, showing audiences a side of the Asgardian that had never been explored before and one that fans and critics welcomed.
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Waititi said he is looking to “double down” on the movie’s vibrant and crazy greatness by going “bigger, bolder, and brighter.”
The next Thor film I’m doing, basically, we’re sort of launching ourselves again on this adventure film, really. That was the thing really that I loved about doing Ragnarok, it felt like we were just putting Thor on a really cool adventure. There’s always like new things to see and do, and this one, I think we’re gonna double down a lot on that and have it bigger, bolder and brighter. There’s just gonna be some really crazy stuff in the film.Taika Waititi
The filmmaker’s words will only excite fans the more as what was seen in the last Thor movie was both explosive and memorable; both the action, character arcs, and humor made it the best in the series so far.
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige also commented earlier on the upcoming movie:
We love the story — it’s one of the best comic runs recently. [Director Taika Waitit] would flip through and read that run while he was doing Ragnarok. And I think when he agreed to come back and do another Thor, he was like, ‘How do we–?’ This is a very big movie that’ll be folding in a lot of elements. That is a huge important part of it. He pitched it to us, and we were totally in. We loved it. We’d been in touch with Natalie. She’s part of the MCU family and we put she and Taika together. It took one meeting and she agreed to do it.
Chris Hemsworth who plays the majestic hammer-wielding superhero was excited with the direction that the character took in Ragnarok and Endgame, revealing that he fought to keep the obesity that was shown in the movie.
Thor: Love and Thunder will be released on November 5, 2021.
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