‘Thor 3’ 2017 Casting and Plot Rumors: Will Thor 3 may be the last time we see Tony Stark’s Ragnarok? There is a mystery woman in the new Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer that is giving rise to rumors that we might be seeing Natalie Portman in more Mavel universe movies.
“Thor 3” is moving forward, but no release date has been set.
Natalie Portman might be winding down her time in the Marvel universe. Her appearance in the new Avengers film might be her last. Natalie Portman has been in two Marvel movies without saying much about it. The V for Vendetta actress makes a brief appearance in the next Marvel film.
A recent trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron, shows an early scene where we see Ultron come into a room in pieces of a broken Iron Man suit. Ultron talks with the team of Avengers, including Bruce Banner, Thor, Iron Man, Captain America, Black Widow, War Machine and Maria Hill. But there is a mystery woman standing next to Thor. Does that mean we will get to see Portman is in the next movie?
Marvel fans are speculating that the next Thor installment will feature the “Ragnarok” story arc. Rumors are rising that “Thor 3” will follow the Ragnarok storyline, so we might see more Tony Stark.
Captain America 3 may ignite Marvel’s Civil War. According to Moviepilot, “Ragnarok has dual meaning in the Marvel Comics. On one hand, you have the saga, Ragnarok, which was the Asgardian Apocalypse, the end of their world. On the other hand, however, you have Ragnarok. A cyborg clone or Thor himself created by Tony Stark combining his own DNA with Asgardian DNA to replace Thor with the real Son of Odin was MIA.”
But the latest word is that Marvel’s “Thor 3” will be apocalyptic. The post-credits clip of the “Avengers 2: Age of Ultron” is rumored to show Loki sparking a war between Midgard and Asgard, prompting the start of the Ragnarok. If true, fans might see an end to Asgard, killing Loki and even Thor in the process.
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige confirmed to Collider that Thor and Captain America will both be back in their solo movies for a third time. He told Collider “Cap has already been announced, so that’s up first. That’s in a further stage. Thor is being outlined right now, so both in the works.”
“Thor 3” should hit screen in 2017, unless it doesn’t come out until 2018.