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The first trailer for Thor: Ragnarok opens not with a bang, but with a wink: the Norse god of thunder in chains, cracking wise.
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“I know what you’re thinking,” he deadpans in the voiceover. “How did this happen?” Thor might be smart, but in this case he’s wrong.
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What you’re actually thinking is: Is that a joke? In a Thor movie? Followed closely by Wait, is that Zeppelin?!
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The answer to these questions—because this is Marvel, and Marvel can turn Ant-Man into a juggernaut—is an emphatic “yes.”
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Even though the first Thor was one of the earliest installments in the Marvel Cinematic Universe—and the one that introduced audiences to Marvel’s non-Earthbound heroes—his standalone movies have always been the least vital.
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He doesn’t have the political intrigue of Captain America or the swagger of Iron Man.
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He’s just this preternaturally handsome god, you know? This trailer gives him a whole new look to go along with Heimdahl (Idris Elba) and fan-favorite Loki (Tom Hiddleston).
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Not only does Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) make a surprise appearance, but we get our first looks at Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson) and Hela (Cate Blanchett), the MCU’s first female primary villain.
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Marvel has clearly included something that the Thor movies have traditionally lacked: fun.
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Sure, the movies had laugh lines here and there, but by the time The Dark World came around in 2013, things had gotten a little self-serious.
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For Ragnarok, Thor seems to be heading to quirky-town, particularly when it comes to the trailer’s crescendo, a gladiator face-off with Hulk that prompts the Norse god to hoot, “We know each other! He’s a friend from work!”
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That move—upending an exceptional situation with day-to-day banality—is one of director Taika Waititi’s greatest strengths, and shows exactly what Marvel was thinking when it hired the guy behind vampire mockumentary What We Do in the Shadows.
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Marvel is a well-oiled machine. And now, it has finally become self-aware. It knows what you want, and it’s no longer holding back on delivering it.
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