The Avengers Thor and Hulk might be fighting each other in Thor: Ragnarok and Captain America and Iron Man were on opposite side in Captain America: Civil War, but the actors of the films readily stand by each other. Chris Hemsworth’s Thor Ragnarok released at the theaters on Friday and much like us the Marvel family couldn’t keep calm. Chris Pratt, who plays Star-Lord, and Chris Evans, who plays Captain America had all the compliments for Thor: Ragnarok.
“HOLY CRAP!! THOR RAGNAROK IS ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!!! We just laughed our asses off!!! So proud to be part of the Marvel universe,” wrote Chris Pratt on his Instagram post. It was the first post he uploaded months after his split from Anna Faris. His son Jack and brother Cully Pratt joined him in the photo.
The director of the Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol 2 James Gunn congratulated Taika Waititi.”Huge congrats to @TaikaWaititi & the whole @MarvelStudios gang on the enormous 46 million Friday opening for #ThorRagnarok! 🕺🔨🕺”. He recently made news for openly calling the whole Marvel vs DC Comics fight silly.
Chris Evans posted a tweet to which no Marvel fan could ever say no, “I’m going this weekend!!! Who’s coming with me?” he had tweeted.
Jon Favreau who plays Tony Stark’s manager Happy, and also directed the first two films of Iron Man wrote on Twitter,”Thor is excellent. The tone is spot on. Hats off to the cast and crew.”
— James Gunn (@JamesGunn) November 4, 2017
Thor is excellent. The tone is spot on. Hats off to the cast and crew.
— Jon Favreau (@Jon_Favreau) November 3, 2017
I’m going this weekend!!! Who’s coming with me? http://t.co/mhlxYvUwIs
— Chris Evans (@ChrisEvans) November 3, 2017
Robert Liefeld the comic book creator of Marvel who is popular for his work on Deadpool said on Instagram, “Loved Thor: Ragnarok so much had to grab another screening of it last night. Flip through these pics to see the artistic influence of JACK KIRBY, his signature artistic vision shaped the look and feel of the entire film. For non-comic book obsessed folks, you can see Kirby’s signature costume and set design, most of which was produced in the 1960’s. Look at those helmets, armour and headdresses!! Jack Kirby is long considered “The King” of comics, a moniker that fits a talent of his stature and achievement. In addition to being the single most influential artist in the history of comic books, he was a humble and kind man, in fact, I’ve never heard anything said about Jack that was less than absolute praise for his kindness and generosity. My own interactions with him reflected this. Kirby’s pencil gave birth to the Marvel Age of comics, introducing a unique look and feel that separated Marvel from all other comic books. He often produced 60 pages a month, 3 full comic books with of art and story. Hulk! Captain America! Thor! Iron Man! Avengers! Fantastic Four! X-Men! Inhumans! When you see Thor: Ragnarok you are seeing the most concentrated application of Kirby’s style and influence there has ever been on screen. #thor #thorragnarok #jackkirby #kirby #marvel #hulk.”
He may not be a member of Disney’s Marvel Studios family, but Robert Liefeld is a part of the Marvel family. Meanwhile, Thor: Ragnarok is performing well at the Indian box office.