Thor: Ragnarok marks the end of the Thor trilogy. While that is a sad day for fans of the lovable goofball (Chris Hemsworth) to see the solo series at an end, it does not mean that the character is done with the MCU.
At least, we hope that he is not done with the MCU.
Still the MCU films are made up of solo character trilogies that lead up to a bigger “event” movie, such as The Avengers.
On the impending end of the Thor trilogy, Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige had this to say in an interview with the Toronto Sun.
Mainly he just reiterated the importance of Ragnarok to the MCU as a whole. (Which makes sense as Ragnarok is the Norse Apocalypse. They didn’t name this movie Thor: Happy Fun Fantastic Land.)
“I think that we are finding ourselves as we complete Phase 3 and finish this 22-movie narrative that it’s working out that way. We did three Iron Man films, three Captain America films, three Thor films. Things change drastically in Ragnarok and then build directly into Infinity War.”
Oh these next few Marvel movies are going to be fun with our feelings. I can tell.
Thor: Ragnarok will hit theatres in November. Until then, check out the trailer below.