Taika Waititi and his team took a lot of liberties with the original comics to imagine Thor ragnarok, the third part of the adventures of the Nordic god played by Chris Hemsworth. This sequel, released in 2017 at the cinema will be broadcast this Sunday evening on TF1, and it contrasts radically with the first two episodes of Marvel by being much more delusional in terms of substance and visually colored. Some characters have also changed their look, starting with the hero who loses his long hair along the way. Hulk (Mark Ruffalo in performance capture) has also evolved since its last appearance in Avengers 2, and concept arts of Ryan meinerding now reveal that her new look could have been even more surprising. Among the drawings uploaded by the artist on Twitter, a few months after its theatrical release, there is one where the green giant wears a beard and long hair.
Thor Ragnarok: fun above all (review)
Now that you’ve seen it, you’ll be hard-pressed not to think about it when you (re) see Ragnarok on TV, so important is the Hulk in this episode. Here is an excerpt dedicated to him:
Thor 3 almost had some totally delusional flashbacks