Marvel Entertainment and Walt Disney Pictures have released the first poster art for Taika Waititi’s ‘Thor: Ragnarok.’ This is the third motion picture in the well received ‘Thor franchise of films.
Often the creative design and artwork that goes into producing the actual posters for popular films and series gets overlooked. Way too much poster art tends to wane in the shadow of the actual film trailers themselves.
However we are big fans of offering proper kudos to the awesome poster designers that do their part to bring these great films to life. You may recall that recently we brought you incredible poster art from a range of exciting productions, including Alien Covenant and Kong : Skull Island to name a few.
We think that a really awesome film poster should excel at creating high levels of anticipation and work with the trailers. Instead of in competition with them; so to that end check out this incredible Thor poster art from the upcoming Thor Ragnarok.
Amazing First Thor: Ragnarok Poster Art
The rather colorful Thor: Ragnarok poster art work displays Chris Hemsworth’s now shorter haired Thor front and center. He is situated in the middle of an alien gladiatorial arena and ready to battle ‘The Hulk.’ Although if you view the Thor film trailer you will notice he also has his traditional longer hairstyle so we are not sure when he gets the hair snip.
Here’s everything you need to know about the thunder god’s newest adventures in Midgard and beyond in Thor: Ragnarok. Checkout the very first Thor poster and prepare to get excited for the epic battles yet to come.
About Thor Ragnarok
In the Marvel Cinematic Universe catalogue of comics and films. The various Thor movies tend to get overlooked a little bit. Not because they are not widely heroic and entertaining films. Naturally they are this and more.
Just that besides their Thor asset, Marvel have so many other popular characters to run with. Characters and superheroes such as Iron Man, Captain America and Guardians of the Galaxy. So Thor has his work cut out trying to compete with these other extremely well known, box office friendly heroes.
That said Thor is still very popular with audiences. Particularly among older children and young adults. Marvel Studios hasn’t forgotten the Odinson, far from it. So later this year it’s bringing us an epic third helping of hammer spinning, Asgardian thumping, heroic Thor action. This time in the form of a veritable Twilight of the Gods battle.
Thor Ragnarok Film Trailers and Analysis
If you are impatient for Thor already well we kind of get that. You have seen the cool new Thor poster art. So check out the Thor Ragnarok trailer, easter eggs and analysis right here.
What to Expect in the New Thor Film
In the third film we get a glimpse of Hela. She is known as the Norse goddess of death. In the film we will see her confronting Chris Hemsworth’s Thor. Without giving too much away the battle encounter does not go well for him or his mighty hammer of the Gods.
Not content with picking a fight with Thor, Hela invades Asgard, while Thor is taken captive by Valkyrie and the Grandmaster in order to entertain the crowds and fight in their gladiatorial arena.
Scrapping in the arena is not all bad news for Thor. Since we gain a interesting close look at Tom Hiddleston’s Loki. As well as Thor’s “friend from work”, the other Marvel character, namely tough guy ‘The Hulk.’
Thor Ragnarok Release Date
Imprisoned on the other side of the universe, that sounds worse than it probably is. The mighty Thor (played by actor Chris Hemsworth) finds himself in a deadly gladiatorial contest that pits him against the Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), his former ally and fellow Avenger.
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‘Thor: Ragnarok’ opens in cinemas and general audiences later this year. On November 3rd 2017 to be precise. For now whet your appetite with this rather cool looking Thor Ragnarok poster art, enjoy.
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