Taika Waititi Dances His Way Through the THOR: RAGNAROK Gag Reel


"That was one of the most enjoyable creative partnerships I've ever had".

It's still hard to believe that Taika Waititi, whose previous biggest hit was Hunt for the Wilderpeople ($23 million), was handed the keys to Thor: Ragnarok. That absolutely shined through in the finished film, and of course Waititi is a fantastic filmmaker to boot, but honestly I'd also watched an entire spinoff focused on the adventures of Korg if it meant we got to see more of Waititi in front of the camera. "We were throwing ideas around", says Hemsworth. The actors seemed to have fun, the characters seemed to have fun, and most importantly, the audience definitely had fun.

There is also a piece on strong female characters in the MCU highlighted by the movie's addition of Hela and Valkyrie just to name a few. Interestingly, the Ragnarok screenplay confirmed that the spaceship we saw at the end of the film did indeed belong to Thanos, which sadly won't spell good news for the Asgardians Thor was attempting to relocate to Earth.

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In the clips, Waititi can even be seen trying on some of Hemsworth's Thor wigs before wearing the motion-capture suit for Korg, the alien warrior that he portrays in the film. "Cuz it does feel like in a way, yeah there's been this reinvention in an exciting way".

However, Chris has previously insisted he would love the chance to play Thor again. "Same with Mark Ruffalo". "Often people stay in there a little longer, and I think it's because of the hammer", said Hemsworth. He said this after finishing his scenes with "Avengers 4", written and directed by the brothers Anthony and Joe Russo.

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