Marvel fans are commemorating five years since the greatest "Thor" movie.
In 2017, Taika Waititi's debut attempt at making a Hollywood picture was an unexpected hit, with Chris Hemsworth reviving his career as Thor. The first two movies had a hard time establishing themselves, and even Hemsworth admitted he wasn't satisfied with how The Dark World turned out.
Thor returned to the big screen with a brand-new vision and Cate Blanchett as the evil warlord Hela. The behind-the-scenes photo of the Oscar-winning actress pondering Waititi's iPad, which appeared in the movie, is one of the movie's most significant contributions to meme culture.
Ragnarok can also be recognised as the first movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to prominently feature the Hulk's posterior, which fans have been clamouring to see from the very beginning. But the absence of dong is still a bone of contention. #RestoreTheHulkDongCut
Benedict Cumberbatch's Doctor Strange stole the show in Ragnarok, teleporting Thor around the Sanctum Sanctorum as he figured out what to do with the God of Thunder and his adoptive mass murderer brother.
It's up for dispute where Ragnarok stands among the finest Marvel movies, and it was undoubtedly the best movie to be produced in the franchise up until Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame, which came out two years later.
As God of War Ragnarok approaches its release, Thor: Ragnarok will soon have to compete with another well-known series adopting the Ragnarok brand. However, only one of them has a headless figure that offers you suggestions.