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Discussion in 'Marvel Universe' started by Doctor Omega, Feb 10, 2017.
I;m kinda thinking I would rather go and see the 1987 version?
Behind the scenes trailer....
Two new clips......
“Thor: Ragnarok” Is Longer Than You Think
A little while back, filmmaker Taika Waititi teased that his Marvel Studios entry “Thor: Ragnarok” would be not just the shortest film in that particular franchise, but potentially the shortest in the MCU overall with a runtime of around 80-90 minutes.
Now, with the film set for an imminent launch, it’s been confirmed that brevity isn’t exactly the word for ‘Ragnarok’. The British Board of Film Classification has revealed that the actual running time of ‘Ragnarok’ will clock in at 130 minutes.
That makes it easily the longest “Thor” film to date (the first was 115 minutes, the second 112 minutes). In the overall MCU saga though, it’s a fairly middle of the road runtime with numerous films both longer and shorter.
“Thor: Ragnarok” begins its international rollout the week after next, and then hits the United States on November 3rd.
Just back from seeing this and I have to say it is excellent. I've not been a big fan of the Thor movies so far but this one was far and away the best, and one of the better MCU movies as well. It gets everything right - great action scenes, tension and sadness, and completely hilarious at the same time.
Loved it. My son and I went tonight, and we both thought it was great. Certainly the best of the Thor bunch. Not in my top 5 Marvel films, but very enjoyable.