Thor: Ragnarok’s New Behind-The-Scenes Clip Teases Thor’s Reunion With (Spoiler)

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There’s a lot of excitement building up over Marvel’s last film of the year, Thor: Ragnarok. Not only is Thor (Chris Hemsworth) going to find himself in a gladiator fight with the Hulk, but it seems like the Asgardian God of Thunder is going to come face to face with the Goddess of Death, Hela (Cate Blanchett), losing Mjolnir in the process.

However, while fans wonder whether the events of Thor: Ragnarok might turn Odinson into Marvel’s Unworthy Thor, a new behind-the-scenes video of the upcoming MCU installment teases the return of Thor’s hammer.

Entertainment Tonight just recently shared a video segment from its Thor: Ragnarok on-set visit, and it seems like the clip gives fans a brief look at the clean-cut Thor calling for Mjolnir. In the video, fans get to see Hemsworth filming a scene as Thor. Putting on dark clothes and a few leather pieces, the Asgardian God of Thunder stretches his hand to his side, a pose used to call out for Mjolnir.

Check it out down here:

 

 

Promotional material for Thor: Ragnarok has already shown how Odinson will lose Mjolnir while facing Hela in the third and final solo film for Thor. After losing his hammer, Thor also loses his lengthy hair as he finds himself on Sakaar, where he has to face Hulk in a gladiator’s arena. Seeing the Asgardian God of Thunder calling out for his hammer with short hair is a pretty good sign that we might see Thor reunite with Mjolnir in Thor: Ragnarok.

 

 

Thor: Ragnarok premieres November 3, 2017.

Read: Taika Waititi Talks About The Things That Had Changed In Thor: Ragnarok After He Was Hired

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