The much-awaited Marvel movie Thor: Ragnarok is a little over a month away from its release date. The third Thor film will bring back Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Tom Hiddleston (Loki) and Idris Elba (Heimdall) for a new adventure.
In a recent interview from IANS, Hemsworth shared his experience shooting the highly anticipated Marvel film. It was reportedly shot in his homeland, Australia. It seems he truly enjoyed his time at work. He revealed that Thor: Ragnarok is one of the best shoots of his career.
The actor reportedly made a request to moviemakers to shoot the movie in Australia. It seems things worked out in his favor.
“I asked if we could shoot in Australia and thankfully the Marvel guys said they would look into it but couldn’t promise anything. To me, to be home again for more than two weeks would be fantastic. And it worked out. It was so good,” Hemsworth said in a statement (via News18)
According to Hemsworth, along with the talented cast and crew, the weather conditions were also favorable. So, things went really well and his experience was “fantastic.” The actor was excited to see the number of people gathered to catch a glimpse as he was shooting.
“The people of Brisbane were thrilled and packed in the streets to catch a look. The city sort of stopped for those couple of days. It was such a positive buzz, and we were all trying to get out there and sign autographs in between takes as much as we could. That was pretty special. It was great,” Hemsworth said about his time in Brisbane.
Recently, a behind-the-scenes video featuring Hemsworth and other cast members revealed the team filming scenes in the set built in Australia. The video revealed aesthetics props used in the movie and mass areas transformed to look like Asgard.
Thor: Ragnarok picks up four years after the events of Thor: The Dark World and two years after the events of Avengers: Age of Ultron. The movie features Thor who as we know from the trailers is imprisoned on the planet known as Sakaar. The God of Thunder must fight The Hulk and face other obstacles before going up against Hela, the goddess of death and prevent Ragnarok.
Thor: Ragnarok is slated to release on Nov. 3 worldwide.
Source: IANS via News18
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