The new promo for Marvel Studios’ Thor: Ragnarok shows Chris Hemsworth who plays Thor in the film sitting comfortably on his father’s throne. In fact, in an earlier BTS video, Mark Ruffalo subtly hinted that Thor might become the next king. [POSSIBLE SPOILERS BELOW]
Whether Thor would claim the throne of Asgard is something that every Thor: Ragnarok fan would be interested to know. Even though the new footage released last week shows Hemsworth seated in the chair of power, it cannot be said for certain that Thor would take over Odin’s throne in his absence.
It could also imply that Thor is only trying to protect and defend Asgard against the usurper Hela. On the other hand, goddess of death, played by Cate Blanchett has no intentions of becoming the queen of Asgard. She only wants to be its destroyer, which she makes it very clear.
“Thor has had a crisis. He has never been to Asgard to claim throne. He wanted adventure. When we pick him up, he is at the end of this search for himself,” states Ruffalo in a video released on September 28.
The first part taught Thor to become a worthy king, and so fans are eagerly waiting to see the God of Thunder finally take over as King. Thor: Ragnarok cast and crew members say that Ragnarok would bring real changes, growth, and trauma in Thor, thereby making him worthy of leading Asgard. Meanwhile, Thor has fought many battles over the years, but delayed taking over as king in a bid to protect Earth. So, this is for certain that time has come for Thor to take over Asgard which is what he has been built for.
What is the film Thor: Ragnarok all about?
Thor, who is imprisoned on the other side of the universe, and without his hammer is forced to race against time to get back to Asgard to stop Ragnarok—the destruction of his homeworld and the end of Asgardian civilization by the powerful and ruthless Hela. But to do that, Thor must first fight and survive a deadly gladiatorial contest against the Incredible Hulk, his ally and fellow Avenger.
Thor: Ragnarok, which will hit the theaters on November 3, 2017 is directed by Taika Waititi, and the film stars Chris Hemsworth as Thor, Cate Blanchett as Hela, Mark Ruffalo as Bruce Banner/the Hulk, Tom Hiddleston as Loki, Jeff Goldblum as Grandmaster, Idris Elba as Heimdall, Karl Urban as Skurge, Tessa Thompson as Valkyrie and Anthony Hopkins as Odin.
— Thor (@thorofficial) October 5, 2017
Source: Marvel Studios
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