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15 Facts About Thor: Ragnarok
Thor: Ragnarok explains that the realm will soon be destroyed during the prophesied Ragnarok, once Surtur unites his crown with the Eternal Flame that burns in Odin's vault.
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Odin explains that he is dying, Thor: Ragnarok is imminent despite Thor's efforts to prevent it, and his passing will free his firstborn child, Hela, from a prison she was sealed in long ago.
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Thor: Ragnarok pursues the two as they attempt to flee through the Bifrost Bridge, forcing them out into space.
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Thor: Ragnarok soon manages to escape the palace and finds the Quinjet that brought the Hulk to Sakaar.
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Thor: Ragnarok sends Loki to retrieve Surtur's crown and place it in the Eternal Flame.
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Thor: Ragnarok expanded by saying, "Tonally and geographically there are a lot of different planets outside of the nine realms that we visit" in the film.
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Thor: Ragnarok later said that Marvel had given her a story credit on the film, but it was denied by the WGA due to their regulation that a maximum of two individuals can receive story credit, with an allowance for a writing team to count as one individual; Pearson and the team of Kyle and Yost received the story credit on Ragnarok.
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Thor: Ragnarok clarifies that an Infinity Gauntlet seen in Thor was a fake.
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Thor: Ragnarok debuted second on the Media Play News rental chart behind Coco.
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Thor: Ragnarok remained the number one film in its second weekend, having earned a total of $211.
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Thor: Ragnarok said the soundtrack that was used in the climactic battle sequence, particularly Led Zeppelin's "Immigrant Song", was "perfectly synced".
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