Few filmmakers have embraced the sheer weirdness of Thor, as Watiti did, and he openly embraced the farcical nature of the character that previous filmmakers pushed away from. Credit also has to be given to Gunn for introducing ‘space’ to the MCU, which became a whole other playground for movies down the line. Taika Waititi’s second crack at Thor doesn’t quite live up to the magnificence of Ragnarok, but it’s still the second-best Thor movie by some distance. It was a palate cleanser between the unending epic misery of Infinity War and the over the top bombast of Endgame.
Momoa is set to play the villain in the franchise’s next installment. Like Deadpool and Fantastic Four, an X-Men-centric movie will also be part of the MCU following Disney’s purchase of 20th Century Fox. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings was the first ever Asian superhero movie. Ryan Reynolds … Read More