Thor: Ragnarok
The comedic scenes in “Thor: Ragnarok” are going to make the new Marvel movie a fun watch. Marvel

The past two “Thor” movies from Marvel had been great, but the third installment - “Thor: Ragnarok” - is going to blow fans’ minds away with its witty storyline and humor.

This is all thanks to director Taika Waititi, who is responsible for movies such as “Hunt for the Wilderpeople” and “What We Do in the Shadows.”

During an interview with The Verge, Waititi shared his secret on how he created a different spin for the god of thunder.

“I want to take people on a ride and inject some comedy into it,” Waititi said. “An adventure that keeps people laughing along the way, but also has the spectacle and stuff that gets people excited.”

Chris Hemsworth, who plays the title character in the movie, said that Waititi’s humor was a welcome change. Thor is known to be a pretty serious guy, but the upcoming Marvel movie managed to make him hilarious. “[It’s] the perfect mix for where this character needs to go,” said Hemsworth. “Different costumes, different weapons, different casts or characters to work on give you a different energy.”

Earlier, Hemsworth told Entertainment Weekly that he completely loved Thor’s new look in “Ragnarok,” simply because he did not have to wear a wig anymore.

“When I didn’t have the wig on, I instantly felt like I could move and speak and react differently. Once we aesthetically stripped a lot of that away, it allowed the whole thing to take on a different attitude. It felt like a completely different character, and that was hugely liberating and freeing as an actor because I had become a bit bored with myself,” he said.

But for those worried that Waititi completely changed the landscape of the “Thor” franchise, Tom Hiddleston told them not to worry and provided some words of assurance.

“Taika’s been so respectful to the mythology,” Hiddleston, who plays the mischievous Loki in the franchise, told Empire. “But he’s injected so much humour into it. He’s given every character truly laugh-out-loud moments without betraying their integrity.”

“Thor: Ragnarok” will be released on Nov. 3.