‘Thor: Ragnarok’ director says that it’s the “most different” Marvel film to date

Thor: Ragnarok director says that it's the "most different" Marvel film to date

The director of ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ has said that the film is the ‘most different’ Marvel film to date.

In an interview with Polygon, director Taika Waititi said that the the film was constantly evolving during the early stages of production, but teased that it will heavily focus on the relationship between Thor and Avengers cohort Hulk.

Waititi said: “It’s hard to say what the movie is because it’s changing,” he said.

“The plot has changed and the script has changed. There are buddy elements to it between Thor and the Hulk, but who knows what the final movie will look like.”

But Waititi then went on to claim that the film will be a totally different beast to other releases in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

“I think this is the most different Marvel movie to date and one of the biggest”, he said.

Thor Ragnarok began filming in Australia earlier this month, and will see Chris Hemsworth returning as the eponymous Norse god, alongside Tom Hiddleston as his brother, and nemesis, Loki.

Idris Elba is also set to return as Heimdall, alongside Anthony Hopkins as Odin – the all powerful father of Thor and Loki.

They are joined by new cast members Jeff Goldblum, Cate Blanchett and Karl Urban.

Thor:Ragnarok is scheduled for release on October 27, 2017.