I would have liked to get John C Reilly's character [from Guardians of the Galaxy] in the film but there was no real way to pull it off. Regardless of the Marvel Universe, Waititi reassures fans that "Thor: Ragnarok" will be a great film with an '80s vibe and a "Taika-esque tone". If the "Team Thor" short is any indication of what to expect, it sounds like Waititi's movie will truly be unlike anything Marvel movies fans have seen before.
The director said he would be happy to make more mockumentaries if Marvel allows him. That's the kind of setup that you'd find in some of the most classic of Thor comic book stories ever published, from a more swingin' and happening time. And Marvel is too, apparently, as Waititi repeatedly talked up the "creative freedom" he got in the making of Thor: Ragnarok.
Which character is going to steal the show? Not to mention there's also the possibility of Doctor Strange popping in for a cameo as well. "I made an effort to ignore the fact that there are other Thor films", he wrote.
Waititi did his homework.
People are definitely paying attention to Thor: Ragnarok now, especially as it heads deeper and deeper into production (as evidenced by the numerous set photos we've had).
The score will be memorable. Soon enough, we got a better idea of what kind of tone to expect when it was confirmed that Devo artist Mark Mothersbaugh was brought in to do the score.
I'm really interested to see what that looks like now. Though Waititi's professed to having an "insane amount of fun" on Thor: Ragnarok, he confessed he was "not sure" he'd want to do another. She answered gamely by calling him the "greenest of the green" and although she was not able to work with the "Hulk" star on most of the scenes, her impressions to her other co-stars were just as hilarious, with the director as "delicious" and Chris Hemsworth as a "big guy".
Waititi hinted that he would be open to creating more short mockumentaries for other Avengers characters, saying he would "love to make a bunch of them". We'll just have to see if it all pays off when Thor: Ragnarok hits theaters on November 3, 2017.