Rumor: Cate Blanchett

Earlier this month, Tag Ruffalo may have accidentally allow slip that Cate Blanchett is playing a “baddie” with Thor: Ragnarok, and although the occasional actress has yet to be basically confirmed for the sequel, we may have some brand-new intel on just which baddie she’ll always be playing. A new report suggests the individuality of Blanchett’s figure — and it’s the one that has potential to participate in a huge part sometime soon of the MCU.

Geek.com reports that Blanchett — should the girl officially sign on — would be playing Hela, a character who was originally born to a previous iteration connected with Loki and dubbed goddess by Odin, who put your ex in charge of the useless. Hela is the ruler of Hel and Niffleheim, and has frequently run afoul of Odin and Thor in her endeavors in order to annex other realms.

This fresh rumor suggests that Blanchett’azines Hela will join forces together with Loki, who has usurped Odin’s throne from the guise of his papa, and that by the time Thor will get wise to what’s happening in Asgard, their mischief has already been set in motion. Moreover, since Hela is the Goddess regarding Death, there would potentially be no need to bring in Death, the other Wonder character with whom Thanos falls in love, driving a car him to insanity in his attempt to take control of the universe.

Marvel could possibly simply turn Hela to a composite of these two characters, giving Blanchett an integral role in Avengers: Infinity War — despite the fact that, if Joe and Anthony Russo are to be believed, that will film already features something like “67 personas.”

Taika Waititi is directing Thor: Ragnarok, together with Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston reprising their roles because Thor and Loki, with Mark Ruffalo’s Hulk also up to speed for the sequel, that may reportedly be largely set in space on this occasion. In a recent meeting, Ruffalo described the film as a road video similar to Midnight Run.

Thor: Ragnarok hits movie theaters on November A few, 2017.

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