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Marvel Studios is definitely not shying away from the color spectrum while promoting its upcoming film, Thor: Ragnarok. The Thor threequel promised a much bolder visual style than the first two in its trailers, and that remains true with a new international poster.

The Japanese poster features Cate Blanchett's Hela eerily looming over the God of Thunder () and his new crew of allies, who are equipped with weapons and battle ready. Check it out below:

'Thor: Ragnarok' [Credit: Marvel Studios]
'Thor: Ragnarok' [Credit: Marvel Studios]

The next installment of the will find Thor facing off against the Goddess of Death after she destroys his hammer and banishes him. Thor winds up on the desolate planet of Sakaar where he falls into the hands of Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson), who promptly delivers him to the Grandmaster (Jeff Goldblum). The ruler forces his prisoners into gladiator-type contests — so after a makeover, Thor hits the ring against "a friend from work," the Hulk (Mark Ruffalo). The duo must eventually make it back to Asgard to stop Ragnarok — the term used for the destruction of the realm and end of Asgardian civilization — at the hands of the villainous Hela.

The poster reunites Thor with his troublemaker brother Loki, and features his father Odin (Anthony Hopkins), who has been banished to Earth. The movie will also be interesting for how Loki and the Hulk interact — who can forget how the green giant used Loki as a ragdoll in their previous encounter?

fans will also be happy to see Heimdall (Idris Elba) featured on the poster, as he has reportedly gone missing when Hela forces her way through the bifrost.

Promotion for the film will be full steam ahead considering the release is less than three months away. The use of vibrant colors and rock 'n' roll vibes perfectly falls within director Taika Waititi's style. Everything we have seen from Thor: Ragnarok thus far hints at an amusing and enjoyable chapter in Thor's journey, and we certainly cannot wait to witness the mayhem.

Thor: Ragnarok swings into theaters November 3, 2017!

What do you think of the latest poster for Thor: Ragnarok? Tell us in the comments below!


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