Throughout Taika Waititi's filmography, he's always made small cameos in movies he's directed, and Thor: Ragnarok is no exception. During an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Chris Hemsworth shares a clip from Ragnarok where Thor actually meets Waititi's character Korg.
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Hemworth goes on to say that there was a lot of improv going between him and Waititi, and the two had fun trying to make each other laugh with the weapons that were on the set. Unlike a lot of other Marvel movies, this film is said to contain a lot of improv, and a lot of the actors were given freedom to try and make the movie funnier.
We don't know how much of Waititi's Korg will be on the film, but I'm guessing he'll be spending most of his screentime in the arena of the Grandmaster. When I first heard the voice, I was actually a bit surprised how un-edited Waititi's voice was for the character, and he even speaks with his native Kiwi accent.
Knowing Waititi, Thor: Ragnarok is going to be one fun film.
Ragnarok comes out in less than a month, and it comes out in theaters Nov. 3.
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