A THR exclusive has Taika Waititi returning to write & direct the fourth installment of Marvel Studios Thor. Which while it will be a follow up to his Thor: Ragnarok, will also be dealing with the events of Avengers, both Infinity War & Endgame. Hemsworth is expected to return. This will put Warner's Akira on hold indefinitely. Even though I was curious to an extent for that one, this is way better news for me. I absolutely loved Thor: Ragnarok. Probably one of my most rewatched Marvel films. I can't wait to see what he brings next. Not only that, but also how this all is gonna start to lineup the more titles we know for sure are in the works. Anyway, awesome news for me. What do y’all think though? Put it in the comments, like, & share.
"So we failed miserably & had a funny first 10 minutes & then a super-boring rest of the movie. But that's luckily why you have such a long time in post-production, because you can test all these things out & get the very best film that you can." That was a quote from one of the most truthful Directors I've ever heard, Taika Waititi, director of Thor: Ragnarok, speaking to CBR as reported by ScreenRant. Now this happens all the time. A lot of your big budget movies are mainly put together in post-production, but nobody ever admits it. This guy basically told you straight up that his first run at this was total crap until he toyed around with it, giving us this film, that so far is getting really good reviews. I've got a couple days myself until what I'm calling "Thorsday", & this little bit of truth has actually bolstered my excitement even more. Waititi is awesome for just laying it out there, the way it went down, with no spin. I'd rather hear about how you got there more than what you got any day. That's why some of the greatest films have almost even more interesting behind the scenes stories. It takes a certain type of Director to go back & truthfully let you know how they got from A to Z, along with all the "eraser marks" to go along. Like I said though, something like this just makes me want to see this film even more. What do y'all think of this unorthodox bit of truth from Waititi? Put it in the comments, like, & share.