Thor Ragnarok: Taika Waititi WON'T direct Star Wars 'It's determinedly SELF-SERIOUS'

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This technique kicked off the MCU as a whole when Jon Favreau and Robert Downey, Jr. helped to establish Tony Stark and the general tone of a Marvel film. He was able to put his own spin for Thor: Ragnarok.

One of the newest clips for Thor: Ragnarok (shared by Fandango), which appears to take place after the God of Thunder's tussle with Hulk on Sakaar, has Thor and Loki riding up an elevator to catch some of Grandmaster's minions by surprise, with Thor telling his brother that their paths diverged a long time ago and Loki saying it's probably for the best they don't see each other again after this adventure is over.

Reviews for Thor: Ragnarok came out this week, and it's now at 98% on Rotten Tomatoes. The Thor franchise has never been known for breaking new ground, but critics have been praising Thor: Ragnarok for its colorful aesthetic and inventive humor. But all that idiosyncratic filmmaking would be nothing without a cast willing to create alongside the director.

Thor Ragnarok is released in United Kingdom cinemas on October 24, 2017. He further commented: "They want new voices and different ways of telling stories.All the work to do with actors, all the rescripting stuff in the moment - that's what I want to do, really". ("Ragnarok" also has a 98 percent "certified fresh" on Rotten Tomatoes, far above "Thor's" 77 and "Dark World's" 66.) "Ragnarok's" scores could dip a bit as more reviews arrive, but the trend should hold to form. This is most obvious with Jeff Goldblum's Grandmaster, which shares numerous actor's singular traits. "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".

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I can't say I fully agree with him.

The stand out performance for me was Tessa Thompson as Valkyrie, when we first meet her she is a down on her luck, drunkard with a bad ass quality to her, there is a lot of pain in her backstory that comes out during the course of the film, none of which I am going to spoil here.

Star Wars would probably be the dream directing job for nearly every up and coming director out there, but yet it is apparently something which Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Watiti is too keen on doing apparently.

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