Plots for the Thor movie franchise did not revolve around earth elements in the past and did not give prominence to others in the nine realms. Thor: Ragnarok however is deviating from that. The film will embrace the outer world and in fact will reveal the god of thunder imprisoned on the other side of the universe.
Thor will face tough challenges, as he goes up against rivals such as The Hulk in a “deadly gladiatorial contest.” Furthermore, he must also save his Asgardian civilization from the wrath of Hela, the main villain played by Cate Blanchett. The detailed plot description confirmed that Thor: Ragnarok will prominently portray other worlds in the nine realms, but Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige revealed that there’s more to it.
Three Earth Scenes Confirmed In Thor: Ragnarok
During a recent interview with Screen Rant, Feige talked about Thor: Ragnarok. He initially teased that Marvel movies may take place place outside Earth such as Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. It was apparent that Thor: Ragnarok will be highlighted in the discussion as well.
“I don’t know about branching off from this, but certainly inhabiting similar areas from this,” Feige said. “A lot of our upcoming movies will. I mean the upcoming movies will be as much up here, as they are on Earth, starting with not Spider-Man, starting with Thor: Ragnarok. There are three scenes on Earth in Thor: Ragnarok. Everything else is Asgard, and not all of these worlds, but world that certainly, let’s put it this way, in Thor lingo, it’s beyond the nine realms.”
Odin Likely Banished To Planet Earth
Based on Feige’s statement, Thor: Ragnarok will only contain three Earth scenes in the movie. It was revealed that one of the scenes will reveal Thor and Strange together on Earth. It has been highly suggested that Odin has banished to Earth.
The fact that Thor: Ragnarok will contain scenes that might take place beyond the nine realms will excite its fans. However, it will likely remind fans of a world similar to the Guardians. Thor: Ragnarok will hit theaters on November 3.