Taika Waititi, the director of Thor: Ragnarok and Thor: Love and Thunder, thinks about what elements would fit into a new installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe saga.
Taika Waititi has directed the last two Marvel Thor movies: Thor: Ragnarok (2017) and Thor: Love and Thunder (2022), but he would like to continue working on the saga with a fifth installment of Thor in which I would explore new worlds, new monsters and antagonists with more power than Hela.
through the book Thor: Love and Thunder The Official Movie Specialfrom the Titan publishing house, we have been able to learn about Taika Waititi’s concerns regarding the next installment of the saga starring Chris Hemsworth.
“What is left to do with it? It has to be something that feels like it’s continuing the evolution of the character, but in a very fun way and giving him things to deal with that feels like they’re building on the obstacles he has to overcome,” explained the director of Thor: Ragnarok.
“I don’t think we can have a weaker villain than Hela”, he added Taika Waititi. “I think we have to go a step further and add a villain that is somehow more imposing.”
Taika Waititi Has Big Plans For Thor 5: More Worlds, More Monsters, More Everything
Director of Thor: Love and Thunder Nor would he be left behind with the rest of the monsters that could appear in Thor 5, as he would like to introduce “increasingly wacky beasts, monsters and aliens“, from different worlds, but staying true to the mythological origins of the god of thunder.
Taika Waititi believes that the key to Thor’s character lies in his most fun and carefree part, in that he is a Godbecause of that swagger he has when he visits other worlds and meets aliens: “I don’t think it can be achieved when an earthling is the one who travels through space exploring the universe.”