Thor Ragnarok

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Movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe often come chock full of cameos and Easter eggs, and Thor: Ragnarok was no different in that regard. Director Taika Waititi stole several scenes with his performance as the lovable Korg, but it turns out that he actually teamed up with Thor actor Chris Hemsworth for another cameo that quite literally involved putting their heads together. Check out the newly-discovered cameo, below.We knew Chris Hemsworth and Taika Waititi had grown close over Ragnarok’s production, but this cameo literally joins them at the neck. The first face to pop out on this three-headed is Waiti (the head on the far right), who can be seen staring directly at the back of Korg (also played by Waititi). Then, on the far left side of the creature’s head, the face seems to resemble that of Thor: Ragnarok star Chris Hemsworth — though what he’s looking at isn’t exactly clear.

The head in the middle is the one that fans on Reddit, who initially discovered the image, can’t quite seem to come to an overall consensus on. Some have suggested that the middle head is meant to look like The Wall star John Cena, while others have posited the possibility that it’s actually Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige.

And to think, that’s just the tip of the iceberg in terms of cameos featured in Thor: Ragnarok. In addition to Taika Waititi and Chris Hemsworth, the third entry in the Thor saga also featured cameos by actors like Hunt for the Wilderpeople’s Sam Neil, and Chris Hemsworth’s brother Luke Hemsworth. Then, there was also the widely talked-about cameo by Downsizing’s Matt Damon.

Although the home entertainment release of the flick is coming soon, audiences will have to wait and see if we ever get another Taika Waititi-directed Thor movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The filmmaker joked to CinemaBlend about a possible opening for Thor 4 that would involve a Jurassic Park reunion between Sam Neil, Jeff Goldblum, and Laura Dern, but whether or not Marvel would ultimately go for that much less another Thor-oriented movie remains to be seen. If nothing else, we can presume Thor 4 would feature some fun cameos if it ever comes together.

With yet another Thor: Ragnarok cameo discovered, now is the time to look ahead to guess as to what other cameos may be on the horizon for the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Phase 3 slate. We won’t have to wait too much longer to know for sure, as Black Panther will debut in theaters later this month on February 16, and Thor Odinson will reunite with the rest of the MCU heroes in the battle against Thanos (Josh Brolin) and The Black Order when Avengers: Infinity War premieres on May 4.

It won’t be long before Marvel’s Thor: Ragnarok becomes available for everyone to own. With the film’s home release arriving in only a few weeks, we can expect the studio to parcel out snippets of the bonus features, including director Taika Waititi’s introduction to the film.

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The clip, which debuted on io9, is just … the most Taika Waititi thing ever. If you’ve seen the filmmaker’s previous work, like What We Do in the Shadows or Hunt for the Wilderpeople, you’ll watch this with the biggest smile on your face.

In the video, Waititi throws shade at his parents, and at director J.J. Abrams, admit he made the film just for social media fame, and talks about his ambitions for Ragnarok. “There’s monsters, explosions, pretty ladies, handsome men, there’s a Hulk … that’s what we tried to do, and I think we did it,” he says at the end. It is … a lot, which frankly shows why he’s such a perfect fit for Thor in the first place. When you get the home release version of the film, it’s best to play this introduction before you play the new Marvel Studios intro Waititi came up with.

Thor: Ragnarok arrives Feb. 20 on digital, followed March 6 by the Blu-ray and DVD. The film stars Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, Cate Blanchett, Idris Elba, Tessa Thompson, Karl Urban, Jeff Goldblum, Mark Ruffalo and Anthony Hopkins.

Its laughs from the start, as Waititi describes that “ultimately [Thor: Ragnarok] is about Thor… Ragnarok… and his journey… to some outer space places.”

The director behind What We Do in the Shadows and Hunt for the Wilderpeople keeps up his classic Kiwi humour, as he explains “people often ask me, ‘why did you become a filmmaker?’. Well the main reason – I just wanted to impress my mum and dad and to show them I’m not a loser.”

“I can get close to being J.J Abrams – I know you wanted him as a son, I’m sorry I’m not J.J Abrams.”

He goes on to cite Abrams directing some of the Star Wars franchise as a reason for wanting to emulate him, interesting as rumours swirl around Hollywood that Waititi himself might have been offered that very role.

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Waititi had some unusual reasons for making the smash-hit superhero film. Photo credit: Getty
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Its laughs from the start, as Waititi describes that “ultimately [Thor: Ragnarok] is about Thor… Ragnarok… and his journey… to some outer space places.”

The director behind What We Do in the Shadows and Hunt for the Wilderpeople keeps up his classic Kiwi humour, as he explains “people often ask me, ‘why did you become a filmmaker?’. Well the main reason – I just wanted to impress my mum and dad and to show them I’m not a loser.”

“I can get close to being J.J Abrams – I know you wanted him as a son, I’m sorry I’m not J.J Abrams.”

He goes on to cite Abrams directing some of the Star Wars franchise as a reason for wanting to emulate him, interesting as rumours swirl around Hollywood that Waititi himself might have been offered that very role.

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“Why did I make this film? For kudos. And followers on Twitter,” Waititi adds, also describing the unlikely influence that On Golden Pond and Independence Day had on his smash hit film.
It’s not the first hilarious glimpse at behind-the-scenes of Thor we’ve seen from Waititi. His clowning around was also showcased in an earlier clip Marvel released to tease the film’s upcoming release on DVD and Blu-ray.

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