Thor Ragnarok deleted scene

Just how much Jeff Goldblum footage did Taika Waititi shoot for Thor: Ragnarok? However much it is, I want to see all of it. Some day, some kind soul will compile all the Goldblum Ragnarok footage into one spot. For now, a new Thor: Ragnarok deleted scene has arrived to bless us all with the gift of Goldblum.

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vision and scarlet witch

Now that Taika Waititi has given the once-somber Thor a jubilant, comedy-forward makeover, what Marvel character could be next? Of course, Marvel characters aren’t lacking a funny bone — their tongue-in-cheek rapport is one of the foundations of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But maybe there are a few sticks in the mud who could use a good Taika Waititi-style mockumentary.

Waititi’s first choice: Vision.

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Thor Ragnarok extended scene

There was a lot to love about Taika Waititi‘s Thor: Ragnarok, but one of the best elements of the film was Jeff Goldblum‘s Grandmaster. Waititi is smart enough to understand all you need for cinematic gold is to point a camera at Goldblum and let him run wild. In a new Thor Ragnarok extended scene, Jeff Goldblum goes Full Goldblum™ as the Grandmaster, and it’s an absolute delight.

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Thor Ragnarok Intro Video - Taika Waititi

Last year’s blockbuster Thor: Ragnarok will be available on Blu-ray and DVD next month, and it will include a slew of bonus features, including deleted scenes, featurettes that go behind the scenes of the making of the movie, a brand new short film featuring Thor’s former roommate Darryl shacking up with The Grandmaster, and much more.

One of the special features is a little introduction to the movie by director Taika Waititi, and it’s every bit as funny as Thor: Ragnarok. In the video, he talks about which movies they were trying to emulate, such as My Fair Lady and Independence Day, and the struggles he had living up to his parents’ aspirations for him to be J.J. Abrams instead. The Thor Ragnarok intro video is the perfect way to set the stage for Marvel’s cosmic adventure. Read More »

what we do in the shadows tv series

After being teased for years, the What We Do in the Shadows TV series is finally a go. FX has ordered a pilot from creators Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi, based on the 2014 mockumentary about a group of vampires sharing a flat in New Zealand.

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thor ragnarok bloopers

We don’t deserve Taika Waititi. Not only is the man constantly immaculately dressed, he’s a boundless ball of joy and energy who turned his Thor: Ragnarok set into one big ‘ol dance party.

Take this Thor: Ragnarok gag reel. Rather than introduce it like your standard special feature video where the actors do talking head interviews about how much fun they had on set, Waititi primps and preens in front of the camera, taking the viewer on a dramatic tour of the set while he pokes fun at bits of set dressing. It’s so incredibly extra, and exactly what Waititi — who built up hype for his film by releasing those hilarious Team Thor mockumentary shorts — would do.

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Thor Ragnarok Blu-ray

The God of Thunder is ready to crash your place as Thor: Ragnarok arrives on Blu-ray and Digital HD very soon. The home video release of the hit Marvel sequel will come loaded with some excellent-sounding features, including a Taika Waititi commentary track that’s sure to be a must-listen. More details on the Thor Ragnarok Blu-ray below.

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Thor Ragnarok Concept Art Hulk

Folks, this might be the most explosive story I’ve ever written for this site. Once you read it, you will never be the same. According to some early concept art for Thor: Ragnarok, the Hulk almost had a beard. That’s right – the Incredible Hulk almost blessed us with some finely-groomed facial hair. And that’s not all: he had long hair, too. Could you even handle such a thing on the big screen? I don’t think you could. Behold the Thor Ragnarok concept art below.

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Thor: Ragnarok Visual Effects

Even though Star Wars: The Last Jedi is getting all the attention at movie theaters right now, you can still see Thor: Ragnarok at some theaters across the country. Sooner than later the movie will be arriving on digital download, Blu-ray and DVD, but until then, we have a glimpse behind the scenes to hold you over.

A new Thor: Ragnarok visual effects reel has popped up online to show off all off the impressive visual effects work that went into bringing Thor’s cosmic adventure to life. There are even more visual effects shots than you may have guessed, including the net that Valkyrie uses to capture Thor being created entirely in post-production. Read More »

What We Do In the Shadows spin-off

There have been rumblings of a What We Do In the Shadows sequel and TV series spin-off almost ever since the film hit theaters in 2014, and now it’s time to add yet another spin-off into the mix: Wellington Paranormal will arrive in 2018. The What We Do In the Shadows spin-off will focus on the hilariously obtuse cops who appear briefly in the 2014 vampire comedy.

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