At a time when many blockbuster franchises are sputtering — the domestic gross for this year’s “Pirates of Caribbean” sequel fell 29 percent from the last installment’s, while “Transformers: The Last Knight” fell a staggering 47 percent — the Marvel Cinematic Universe has continued to dominate at the box office. This weekend, the 17th film in the series, “Thor: Ragnarok,” earned the biggest opening at the box office in two months: a $121 million domestic start and a running global total of $427 million. With that result, the MCU has now made $5 billion in lifetime domestic grosses — and $13 billion worldwide since “Iron Man” launched the series nearly a decade ago.
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Now that “Thor: Ragnarok” is out, there’s only one movie left in the Marvel Cinematic Universe between us and “Avengers: Infinity War” — February’s “Black Panther.” Nearly all the pieces appear to be in place for Thanos (Josh Brolin) to make his big move and wage all-out war on Earth and the Avengers. There are six Infinity Stones in all, and Thanos’ plan is to use a cool golden glove called the Infinity gauntlet to channel the power of the stones to wield essentially unlimited power over time, space and the beings that inhabit them.
Disney-Marvel’s Thor: Ragnarok should dominate the early November box office with $100 million or more in its opening weekend in North America, early projections are showing.
Marvel Studios’ upcoming “Thor: Ragnarok” features the brand’s first openly-LGBT superhero. Actress Tessa Thompson, who plays Valkyrie in the new film, revealed on Twitter that her character is bisexual.
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'Thor: Ragnarok' director Taika Waititi explains to Yahoo why Thor has taken a turn for the funny, and how he managed to retain his signature voice on set.
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The Marvel Cinematic Universe has only had five female villains in its history, but Cate Blanchett's 'Thor: Ragnarok' antagonist could herald a new era of evil.
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Wondering how our favorite Marvel baddie, Loki, fits into Thor: Ragnarok? Well take a seat, because oh Odin, do we have a…
A new trailer for “Thor: Ragnarok” left the crowd in Hall H crazed during San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday. But perhaps the biggest surprise came courtesy of Tom Hiddleston’s character, Loki. “Loki’s allegiance has always been slightly unpredictable, and he’s still the God of mischief,” Hiddleston said during Marvel’s panel where the footage was unveiled.... Read more »
Marvel Studios have long made a habit of hiring directors you wouldn’t automatically think of for major action and SFX-driven blockbusters, and their selection for the upcoming ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ is no exception. Not unlike the Russo Brothers (directors of the last two ‘Captain America’ movies, currently at work on ‘Avengers: Infinity War’), New Zealand actor, writer and director Taika Waititi has, up until now, worked almost exclusively in small-scale comedy, a style utilised in his two ‘Team Thor’ short films included on recent Marvel Blu-ray releases (check the latest one out on the ‘Doctor Strange’ disc, it’s hilarious).
The colourful first look at what is sure to be a very different kind of ‘Thor’ movie has now been accompanied by the first plot details, which explains a few things, including Thor’s new hair-do.