The cast of Thor: Ragnarok came together for a panel at San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday (July 22), with some of them in particular looking pretty cozy with one another.
Mark Ruffalo (a.k.a. The Incredible Hulk) posted a picture of Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Tom Hiddelston (Loki), and director Taika Waititi, all cuddled up on their way to the convention:
Aww. That is adorable. Clearly there’s no shortage of love among the core Thor/Avengers cast after five movies together.
And it’s certainly good to see them back. Tom in particular has been pretty low-key (ha! see what we did there?) this past few months, since the release of Kong: Skull Island in March.
He’ll be reprising his role of Loki for the third installment of Marvel’s Thor franchise, though it appears he and his adoptive brother have finally let bygones be bygones. Four years after the events of Thor: The Dark World, they team up to drive Hela the Goddess of Death, played by a spectacularly goth Cate Blanchett, out of Asgard.
Does that mean Loki’s lost his mischievous touch? Not a chance, says Tom: “Loki’s allegiance has always been slightly unpredictable, and he’s still the God of Mischief.”
Well, that’s a relief, then.
Joining Chris, Tom, Mark, and Cate on stage at Comic-Con were Jeff Goldblum, who plays Grandmaster, an Elder of the Universe ruling the planet Sakaar; Tessa Thompson, who takes on the role of Asgardian warrior Valkyrie; Karl Urban, playing another warrior called Skurge; and we can look for Rachel House as Topaz.
After answering questions, they introduced the new trailer for the movie, which is also now online for the rest of us to see:
Thor: Ragnarok opens in theaters this November 3.
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