Though many movies prefer to keep the villain's look under the wraps, Thor director chose to put the Goddess of Death, Hela out in the open for the fans to determine her power. As an aside, Goldblum's Grandmaster seems like an important character given his ties to the Collector (seen in GOTG), he plays matchmaker by introducing Thor to his "friend from work", an armoured Hulk.
Blanchett is promising a complex villain.
Watch the trailer above.
The trailer begins with a moment straight out of Ferris Bueller's Day Off, as Thor swings haplessly from a chain, looks into the camera, and says, "Now I know what you're thinking".
Following 2011's Thor and 2013's Thor: The Dark World, Thor: Ragnarok might be the 17 film instalment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) but judging by the first preview, it is arguably the weirdest Marvel offering to date.
Marvel's latest trailer for "Thor: Ragnarok" includes a major race-swapped role, but not the kind of Whitewashed one frequently associated with the comic giant.
By getting New Zealand comedian/director Taika Waititi on board for Ragnarok, Marvel accepted that Thor's character needed a revamp and found just the right tone. "'How did this happen?'" From there, as Led Zeppelin's "Immigrant Song" takes over, it's clear Marvel is giving us a different kind of superhero movie. While box office results will determine the victor between DC and Marvel, the Thor and Hulk featuring trailer has already touched a milestone.
One great surprise for fans is the new haircut that Thor got in the movie.
Regardless, we fill find out for sure exactly how Hulk ends up throwing down against Thor when Thor: Ragnarok is released in theaters on November 3. The latter has in any case much in common with Lady Death, depicted in comics as a very white woman dressed in a black dress and whose sole goal is to kill and kill again and again.