Oscar-winner Taika Waititi talks new Marvel movie ‘Thor: Love And Thunder’

Oscar-winner Taika Waititi talks new Marvel movie ‘Thor: Love And Thunder’

CHICAGO (TOC) — We’re counting all the way down to “Thor: Love And Thunder,” probably the most anticipated motion pictures of the summer time.

You’ll be able to see it beginning Thursday. Oscar-winner Taika Waititi is without doubt one of the stars. He additionally directs and wrote the script. He spoke with ABC7 concerning the newest escapades within the Marvel Universe.

When requested how he is feeling, Waititi, who performs “Korg,” stated “like a winner!”

“It is nice. It is an enormous reduction. I’ve seen the film so many occasions over the past yr and a half,” he stated. “To go and see it in a correct cinema packed home, it performed actually, rather well and that was only for me, validating it, perhaps.”

Waititi stated incorporating humor into his work is necessary.

“I feel humor is drugs, and we might use some drugs proper now,” he stated. “It is nice to convey and lure an viewers to drop their guard. When an viewers does that, you may convey extra significant content material to them, extra highly effective, resonant themes.”

He additionally talked about what it is like working within the Marvel Universe.

“It is clearly lovely. It is an awesome expertise. It is actually the one main studio expertise I’ve had on this scale,” Waititi stated. “And, you understand they’re household. I belief them very a lot they usually belief me and it simply appears to work.”

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