The God of Thunder is back with a bang! Thor: Ragnarok – the latest movie from Marvel – is a hilarious sequel with its share of end-of-the-world battle scenes, humongous monsters, and, of course, gladiator face-offs.
As Thor makes his way to save Asgard (yet again), we have scoured the Internet and compiled some of the coolest Thor: Ragnarok wallpapers. Enjoy!
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1. A Technicolor Adventure
Thor: Ragnorak has been described in many different terms and the one word which fits in perfectly is "technicolor chaos" and well, we can't seem to disagree.
Played by Oscar winning actor, Cate Blanchett, Hela the evil Asgardian goddess of death has a new plan up her sleeves. What's the plan? Can't tell you that. You wouldn't want me to spoil all the movie, right?
[Spoiler alert] Thor does a lot of things to squeeze his way out of Sakaar, the planet where Hela held him captive. One of the ways to get out is by winning a gladiatorial contest against none other than the incredibly angry Hulk.
Did you know that Thor: Ragnarok is one of the first Marvel superhero movies to focus more on female characters and marks a major milestone for the production house. Tessa Thompson has won over many hearts as Valkyrie, the brave Asgardian warrior.
From left, Jeff Goldblum as Grandmaster, Anthony Hopkins as Odin, Mark Ruffalo as Hulk (you can only see the hand here), Tom Hiddleston as Loki, Chris Hemsworth as Thor, Tessa Thompson as Valkyrie, and Idris Elba as Heimdall fighting together to defeat Hela, the super-villain played by Cate Blanchett. You game enough for this movie or need we say more?
Did you know that Hela is powerful enough to separate Thor from his hammer, Mjölnir? The only Avenger in the MCU to do this was Vision in Marvel Avengers: The Age of Ultron because he was as pure and worthy as Thor himself. Some also argue that Vision could do such a feat because he was born from a thunderbolt struck by Thor himself.
A pantheon of famous characters is displaying their might and power. The original poster (minus the globe) was released in the San Diego Comic Con. This one gives us hope that movie posters have not lost their creative touch yet.
Missed those golden locks of Thor in the sequel? Though a few theories were rife when the trailer was launched, it had to do with a more practical reason and it took a lot of time to get the wig right.