After the success of Thor: Ragnorak, it’s no warn to hear that its star Chris Hemsworth has been ‘throwing around ideas’ for a fourth films in the authorization with executive Taika Waititi.
Waititi was praised heavily for his work on Ragnorak, which saw the God of Thunder abate up in the funniest Marvel film in its ten-year story but now Hemsowrth, the 34-year-old actor who plays the superhero impression in the Marvel series, has suggested he spent his New Year’s deliberating the probability of a fourth film with Waititi.
‘We gave cheers … a few times … We gave cheers to Thor 3. But it also was like what could we do with four? We could do this and this. We were throwing ideas around,’ he admitte.
‘But also, just to work together again. That was one of the many beguiling artistic partnerships I’ve ever had.’
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Aware that a fourth Thor film would need to take into care how the next Avengers film will hang up, Hemsworth also told USA Today that ‘[Thor 4] is a examination for serve down the road, if it happens’ after the ‘interwoven scenes and stories and characters’ in The Avengers are untangled.
Set wholly in Thor’s visionary world, Ragnorak followed Thor as he had to incorporate the rain of one of the 9 realms, Asgard, where he himself is from.
Unfortunately, Thor’s immorality sister Hela (Cate Blanchett) is unexpected back in city and he’s been expel out (again) to a junkyard world a million miles away, where he has to fight his way out in sequence to save his people.
But the story was reduction critical this time around, and instead Waititi done all ‘fairground-coloured and corpulent like a 90s Saturday morning cartoon’.
And as the four-star examination admitted, that also ‘pretty much sums up the humour this time around too’.