While we anxiously await another official trailer for Thor: Ragnarok, Andy Park has posted a couple of promotional designs to keep us going. The artwork provide a new look at Chris Hemsworth’s as Thor in his upgraded arena armour, and there’s also an alternate version of a previously seen image featuring Loki, Odin, Hulk and Valkyrie. Check them out down below!

Talk about a new phone screensaver!

In addition, EW has debuted our first look at Hasbro’s 13-inch electronic action figure of The Hulk in his gladiator gear. The toy can interact with a slightly smaller 12-inch Thor figure, and you can check out images of both below.

Um excuse me, Hasbro? Are there going to be any Jeff Goldblum figures in your “movie starring Jeff Goldblum” toy line?

Thor Ragnarok hits theaters on November 3rd, 2017!

Source: New THOR: RAGNAROK Artwork And First Look At Hasbro’s Range Of Electronic Gladiator Hulk And Thor Toys

MVC has always been a fighting game franchise with nothing to it but epic beatdowns. That’s what we want in a game that is basically the best way to settle bar room bets about who would win in a fight, Thor or Ryu?

But this time around, Capcom and Marvel Games have decided to give us something different. This time, we have a single-player story campaign. And not just any single-player campaign, it is one where the Avengers, assorted Capcom heroes, and Thanos join up to take out Ultron. Who has a cape now.

A new story trailer for the upcoming fighter was shown, during which several new characters were revealed, including the already mentioned  Thanos, Gamora, Nova and Black Panther, as well as Zero from Mega Man X and Dante from Devil May Cry!

Check out the reveal trailer down below!

Capcom sent out these new details about MVCI after the E3 show ended. Here they are directly from Capcom straight to you:

“Announced today, more Marvel and Capcom characters have joined forces against the supervillain Ultron Sigma in MARVEL VS. CAPCOM: INFINITE:

Marvel Capcom
Thanos Dante
Gamora Zero
Nova Spencer
Doctor Strange Arthur

Each newly added character, including franchise newcomer Gamora, will feature unique abilities and iconic special moves as they join 14 other previously announced characters and battle together in an attempt to overthrow the devastating new threat. All of the action in MARVEL VS. CAPCOM: INFINITE takes place in new but familiar settings, as famous locations from the Marvel and Capcom universes merge together as part of Ultron Sigma’s nefarious plot. These include areas such as “Knowmoon,” a combination of the celestial outpost Knowhere from the Marvel Universe and Third Moon from the Strider® series, “Xgard,” a mixture of Thor’s homeland Asgard and Abel City from the Mega Man® X series, and many more.
Imagined and created through a shared vision between the two companies, MARVEL VS. CAPCOM: INFINITE will feature free-form 2v2 team battles integrated into a wide variety of exciting and accessible single player modes and rich multiplayer content for new players and longtime fans alike. In addition to the compelling cinematic story experience, single player Arcade, Training and Mission modes plus vast multiplayer offerings will provide memorable experiences and infinite gameplay possibilities for players of all skill levels. The use of powerful, game-changing Infinity Stones further deepens the customized gameplay and allows players to equip and unleash elemental in-game powers, such as Reality, Time, Power and Space.”

 

Source: Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite Gave Us A Look At The Campaign Mode At E3

Thor: Ragarok went from the Marvel movie what no one was really talking about to the top of “must see” lists thanks to its fantastic first trailer. We’ve started to get some information about the movie from the various stars. Jeff Goldblum recently sat down with Entertainment Weekly and talked about his first meeting with director Taika Waititi and what drew him to the project. “I didn’t have scenes with Cate Blanchett, but she was in The Life Aquatic, of course, so we’d been in touch, and I’ve seen her since.

Source: Jeff Golblum Improvised A Lot Of His ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Scenes