Update: Another official Thor: Ragnarok poster has dropped! Check it out below...
With just hours to go before Marvel takes the stage at San Diego Comic-Con, Marvel Studios' visual development supervisor gave fans an early tease with a brand new, epic poster for Thor: Ragnarok. Andy Park painted the original image, and posted it on Twitter:
The poster shows an ominous setting with the film's new antagonist, Hela (Cate Blanchett), towering over Thor and Loki.
At the end of Thor: The Dark World, we know that Thor (Chris Hemsowrth) believes that his brother sacrificed himself. However, it was revealed that Loki (Tom Hiddleson) was disguised as his father, Odin, and had taken the throne of Asgard. Based off of the trailer, and Chris Hemsworth's discussion on the brothers' relationship, we already know that Thor and Loki will come face-to-face once again. Hemsworth indicated that Thor's attitude towards Loki has become apathetic, suggesting that he will no longer be his brother's rescuer.
Though the #SDCC2017 poster seems to indicate the brothers are now on the same side, it's hard to decipher Loki's intentions. The poster also hints (due to Thor's long hair) that this scene happens early on, prior to Thor being cast off to Sacar where he runs into his "friend from work," the Hulk. Thor is also seen without the Mjölnir, so this image (if it's based on an actual scene) must be set after Hela destroys it, as we saw in the official trailer.
If this poster is an indicator for just the beginning of the film, then it seems we have a lot to look forward to in Thor: Ragnarok.
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