Beloved director Taika Waititi took a stab at the Thor franchise with his first entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Thor: Ragnarok and took the world by storm. Nearly universally beloved and radically different than its predecessors, Ragnarok serves color, humor, and straight-up comic book realness featuring one of the best villains to grace the MCU, Hela. Putting the bright and shiny aside, Waititi managed to sneak in a large number of nods to other Marvel properties and his attention to detail is a thing of beauty.
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After Thor and Hulk argue, when Thor apologizes, instead of calling himself “Hulk,” Hulk says “I just get so angry all the time,” showing how Thor’s friendship brings out Hulk’s human side. This is the only time Hulk says “I” in the MCU.
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In 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' and part of 'Ragnarok,' Thor has a strain of Loki's hair braided into his own
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Thor, Loki, and Hela all unsheath their blades in the same way, paying homage to their upbringing.
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Loki tells Thor that he can't see into the future because he is not a witch, implying that witches can see into the future. This is confirmed in 'Avengers: Endgame' when Frigga can tell that Thor is from the future, as she was "raised by witches."
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