Taika Waititi's hilarious Thor: Ragnarok bloopers reel has internet laughing

Taika Waititi's hilarious Thor: Ragnarok bloopers reel has internet laughing

Avengers Infinity War will be released in United Kingdom cinemas on April 27, 2018.

Thor: Ragnarok was hands down one of the best Marvel movies so far, and it mostly had to do with the vision of director Taika Waititi. For viewers who don't want to wait as long, "Thor: Ragnarok" will be released digitally in HD and 4K Ultra HD as well as on Movies Anywhere on Tuesday, Feb. 20.

"It's been like that the whole time, kind of just cracking up on set", shared Chris Hemsworth. That absolutely shined through in the finished film, and of course Waititi is a fantastic filmmaker to boot, but honestly I'd also watched an entire spinoff focused on the adventures of Korg if it meant we got to see more of Waititi in front of the camera.

Despite wanting to work with Waititi on another Thor film, Hemsworth did point out that it would depend on how the Infinity War films end.

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In related news, Hemsworth and Waititi rang in the new year together (aww). He spends most of the time taking his role as scene-stealing gladiator Korg very seriously, and entertaining Hemsworth's co-stars, including Tessa Thompson and Cate Blanchett. As you can see below, Waititi sets the tone by making up his own words for the Marvel Studios fanfare while singing along with the music. And, I know that Chris feels a real new ownership over the character. And dare I say it, more human. He said this after finishing his scenes with "Avengers 4", written and directed by the brothers Anthony and Joe Russo.

This is the person that Thor lived with in Australia and served as a amusing video that was posted on YouTube to find out what Thor had been up to.

Journey into Mystery - A deep dive story piece with the writers, director and producer Kevin Feige about the inspirations for "Thor: Ragnarok" within the comics.

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