[Marvel Movie] Thor : Ragnarok

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  1. Xerobull

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    A bit early, but I figured I would post this because of a hunch I have.

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    My theory behind the 'Ragnarok' subtitle and how it ties into the Cap: Civil War movie:

    Ragnarok isn't just the end of the world in Norse Mythology. In the comics, during the Civil War storyline, Tony Stark creates a clone/cyborg Thor that of course goes bad. They end up calling this cyborg Ragnarok.Wikipedia for more.

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  2. Zboy

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    Thor movies are boring. Boring character and boring actor.

    I only watch them because of Loki.
     
  3. Ziggy

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    Tony Stark created the robot? I thought it was Mr. Fantastic? Either way that storyline was pretty stupid.

    From what I read this movie is based on the end of Asgard, not the lame robot.
     
  4. Jontro

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    So with Asgard being destroyed, Thor will make Earth his permanent home? So he can be with Jane of Earth forevermore.
     
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    Two Words: MIDGARD SERPENT

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    Well, considering Fox owns the rights to the Fantastic Four, Iron Man will probably do...
     
  7. seclusion

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    I didn't initially like Thor, but the movies grew on me. I enjoyed Thor 2 unlike most, and I'm really interested to see where the character ends up after Avengers 2 and in Thor 3. Also Hiddleston is the freaking man.
     
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    Thor dies.
     
  9. Rocket River

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    I have liked all the Thor Movies
    The rainbow bridge looked so cheesy in the first one but once i got beyond that
    I was ok

    Rocket River
     
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    In that last panel it looks like cyborg Thor has boobs.
     
  11. Rashmon

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    Not sure why but my first thought was:

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    who would have thought Thor retires to write to focus on writing relationship and cook books.

    easy with potential spoilers guys.
     
  13. cheke64

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    Thor is the best series of all marvel movies.
     
  14. Xerobull

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    'THE HULK' Rumored To Smash Into THOR: RAGNAROK

    New and intriguing Thor: Ragnarok details, or rumors, have surfaced and they indicate a totally unexpected direction for Chris Hemsworth's third solo outing as Marvel's God of Thunder with Mark Ruffalo's Incredible Hulk said to be appearing. Check it out after the jump!

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    Given Avengers: Age of Ultron left the Hulk's whereabouts up in the air (or perhaps somewhere in the ocean), fans have been theorizing when and where we will see Mark Ruffalo's Jade Giant again, if at all, before his inevitable return in the two-part Avengers: Infinity War. Persistent rumors and speculation that Bruce Banner's angry alter-ego would show up Planet Hulk-style in 2017's Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol 2 have been dismissed, but we may now know what Marvel's planning.

    According to Joblo, whose track record has been pretty reliable as of late, Mark Ruffalo will be joining Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleson, and Jaimie Alexander in Thor: Ragnarok which will have the God of Thunder teaming up with the Incredible Hulk against what's considered to be the Norse apocalypse. Furthermore, it's said the threequel will feature a "distant planet that's not Asgard nor Earth," which is probably just one of the other Nine realms we have yet to see on the big-screen. There's no word on how much we'll see Bruce Banner versus the other guy, but Joblo reassures that "he's absolutely part of the supporting cast and will feature prominently."
     
  15. TheRealist137

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    People still care about Marvel movies? Age of Ultron was awful and they are starting to trip over themselves trying to make the entire universe realistic for the individual movies.
     
  16. cheke64

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    Thor is the best Avenger action hero of all time. Of course this movie is a must watch granted satisfaction
     
  17. Joe Joe

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    Yes, it is obvious people care enough to see Age of Ultron, research enough to Marvel's plans, and then post in a basketball message board questioning whether people still care about Marvel.
     
  18. Haymitch

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    Thor has had the lamest movies to this point so putting the Hulk in there we he can fight foes who actually match up to him seems like a good idea.
     
  19. seclusion

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    Dumb...AoU wasn't as good as Avengers, Winter Soldier, or Guardians but it certainly wasn't awful.
     
  20. Ziggy

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    86% of the audience likes it on RT and it's made over a billion dollars.
     
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