The Incredible Hulk smashes his way through the door, to which Hemsworth yells at the crowd, "We know each other, he's a friend from work".
As we saw in this morning's trailer, Hela (Kate Blanchett) has been freed from her prison. Ragnarok seems to simply be a great time, and that's certainly implied with the choice of music and title treatments in this teaser trailer.
At some point during the film, Thor gets himself into a pretty sticky situation because we see him lost in space and struggling in chains without his universe and without his trusty hammer. Though let's be honest, this teaser trailer ends with the ultimate stinger when a seemingly depressed and powerless Thor first encounters his former Avengers pal in the Grandmaster's arena.
The tone (and planet-hopping) feels more reminiscent of Guardians of the Galaxy than the previous Thor films. It is scheduled for a November 3 release. Do you think it ragna-rocks, or will this movie be the twilight of the gods? Including Loki and Heimdall, yes.
Once again, Chris Hemsworth is the man behind the hammer. If this is the case, he could definitely make a very big comeback in Avengers: Infinity War - Part II.
We're taking a closer look at the trailer to see what details we can glean regarding the plot and Valkyrie's backstory. This requires him to cut off all his hair. It is the latter who will lead Thor to his ruin by destroying the Mjolnir and at the same time, Asgard!
Thor: Ragnarok, which is also said to feature the likes of Sam Neill, Anthony Hopkins, Idris Elba and Benedict Cumberbatch, is set to be released on October 24 in New Zealand.