The upcoming Thor: Ragnarok introduces fans to several new environments that we have already got a glimpse of in the trailers. Recently, Entertainment Tonight shared a behind-the-scenes video which gives a look at the sets and props that were used for the MCU film.
The BTS video is from the Australia set and ET claims to be the only news organization invited to the set. Initially, Chris Hemsworth is shown having a conversation with the journalist, discussing his new look in the film.
At 0:19, the set video reveals the God of Thunder with his arm out and it looks like he’s trying to get a hold of Mjolnir. Fans can check out the video below.
Clearly, this is a scene that occurs after Hela, the Goddess of death destroys the hammer. Thor is shown with his new makeover and by the looks of it, he seems to be on Sakaar, the planet he finds himself imprisoned and fighting The Hulk as a gladiator.
While the teaser trailer did well at shocking fans by destroying Mjolnir, a set photo from Avengers: Infinity War assured the masses that the Hammer would indeed return. Now, it looks like Mjolnir might make a timely return to help the God of Thunder defeat Hela in Thor: Ragnarok.
The rest of BTS videos show Hemsworth filming action sequences and interacting with fans along with Tom Hiddleston (plays as Loki). Furthermore, the video also gives us a look at the Asgard set which is the size of an American football field.
A part of the set video also shows an important prop from Sakaar, the chair that imprisons Thor. We see a glimpse of Hemsworth’s Thor confined to the chair as Jeff Goldblum’s Grandmaster seems to be having a conversation with the son of Odin.
Thor: Ragnarok hits the big screens on November 3rd, 2017. But fans in the UK will have the opportunity to watch the film more than a week earlier.
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