Thor Ragnarok sequel has been pitched: Tessa Thompson

Thor Ragnarok sequel has been pitched: Tessa Thompson

Thor Ragnarok sequel has been pitched: Tessa Thompson

The actor plays Valkyrie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and first appeared in 2017's Ragnarok. Clearly, the additional dose of comedy has worked wonders for the character, as Ragnarok's influence continued to bleed into Infinity War. There's no question that tonally speaking, Ragnarok was significantly different from its predecessors, but that shift paid off, as it's the most critically well-received of the Thor movies and made $854 million worldwide.

In an interview with Yahoo Movies UK, Hemsworth said that while he enjoyed working on Thor: The Dark World, he enjoyed it "nowhere near as much" as making Ragnarok, and was more comfortable in what he wanted to do with the character.

Hemsworth said it wasn't any fault of the directors or writers that he felt that way.

"It felt like I'd put myself in a box with what the character could do", he elaborated.

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All Marvel movies bar Avengers have so far stuck to trilogies, but there was always the sense that the Thor series had only recently come into its own with Ragnarok, which was directed by Taika Waititi.

He said it was "so liberating and freeing to break away from who the character was prior".

The latest edition to the MCU is the upcoming "Avengers: Endgame", which is set for release on 25 April and will end phase three of the universe - wrapping up 11 franchises and 22 films.

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