However, it was Thor who began the entire journey for the rest of the superheroes (with the backdrop of the Infinity Stones). In the first instalment of the Thor franchise, we see the journey of how the arrogant demigod became worthy of the Mjolnir and was the rightful successor to Asgard's throne. We also see the rivalry and jealousy between Thor and his adopted brother Loki who wants what his brother has. You get to see why Thor is who he is and we also get a glimpse at the various important characters in his life like Dr. Jane Foster, his one true love.
It was with Thor, we got The Avengers as we were first introduced to the Tesseract which was the driving force for Loki to destroy the earth. In The Avengers, we see Thor come to Earth to retrieve his brother but ends up as a part of the team fighting against him instead.
The Avengers ends with a defeated Loki taken by Thor back in Asgard as a captive for his betrayals.
Thor's story continues forward in Thor: The Dark World as Thor sets out to save Jane after infected by the Aether. We see the reunion of Thor and Loki but during their battle, Loki ultimately dies or does he? After defeating Malekith we come to know that Loki is alive after all. When it comes to Thor, we see the transformation the demigod has gone through over the course of time and how he refuses to take over the throne of Asgard.
In Avengers: Age of Ultron we get a small sneak peek into the chaos that is going to occur in Asgard during a dream sequence.
Now, the third instalment of the Thor franchise, Thor: Ragnarok is nearing its release and will see our favourite superhero battle his biggest enemy yet - Hela (played by Cate Blanchett). But, Thor (played by Chris Hemsworth) is not alone. He assembles The Revengers which include Loki (played by Tom Hiddleston), Valkyrie (played by Tessa Thompson), Skurge (played by Karl Urban) and fellow avenger The Hulk (played by Mark Ruffalo).
The Hulk aka Bruce Banner was seen fleeing away at the end of Avengers: Age of Ultron and in Thor: Ragnarok we see Bruce happily embracing his angry counterpart. Since The Avengers, Marvel fans have been eagerly awaiting to see Thor vs Hulk and we get to see just that.
You include the mischievous Loki we love to hate and the cruel Hela, and you get a power-packed movie that will make you laugh out loud but also leave you on the edge of your seats.
With Thor, many can agree that the demigod way very well is our favourite superhero? And why do we say that? Thor as opposed to a Hulk or a Captain America embraces his power and loves every minute of it. But he does not boost the ego of an Iron Man or his own brother Loki. He uses his charm, wit and mean power to destroy the enemy while being a child at heart as he learns the life of the "mortals", as Thor would put it.
Directed by Taika Waititi, Thor: Ragnarok is slated to release on November 3, 2017.
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