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The new trailer for Thor: Ragnarok features more than its share of cool new clips, but most of the best came courtesy of the folks at Warner Bros. Animation, which is now promoting the latest Thor movie over on Twitter.
The first video you’ll find in the trailer features the voice of Jaimie Alexander as the goddessess Sif, speaking to an intergalactic force named the Aether – the film’s first villain, who you might remember from the first three Thor films – about her new role in Asgard.
But as you might expect, those who have seen the trailer know all about that little cameo and its role in the plot.
Elsewhere, the new trailer takes a bit of time out from the Asgardian landscape to take a quick detour to a world in need… for everyone, of course. And that’s especially alluring, because it’s such a great, sweet moment.
The trailer also has some of the coolest new visuals we’ve seen from Ragnarok yet (and those of last summer’s Thor: The Dark World, to boot), including this awesome moment between Loki and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson – although it’s probably wise to note that we don’t actually see them fighting. That could’ve been a bit confusing, no?
The next trailer, titled “In the Vault,” will be released Friday, September 12 (but the trailer’s been a few weeks in the making), followed by the movie’s theatrical release tomorrow, October 4, in all theaters.