Thor: Ragnarok
“Thor: Ragnarok” will be the last of three “Thor” movies and open the storyline for “Avengers: Infinity War.” Marvel

Even if all the focus is currently on Marvel’s “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” the studio’s president, Kevin Feige, recently dropped some exciting tidbits about their upcoming film, “Thor: Ragnarok.”

Feige revealed that “Ragnarok” will conclude the “Thor” trilogy, and it will open up the storyline for their next “Avenger” film. “I think that we are finding ourselves as we complete Phase 3 and finish this 22-movie narrative that it’s working out that way,” he told the Toronto Sun. “We did three ‘Iron Man’ films, three ‘Captain America’ films, three ‘Thor’ films. Things change drastically in ‘Ragnarok’ and then build directly into ‘Infinity War.’”

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Several new players will be introduced in “Ragnarok,” and one of them might even be included in “Infinity War.” Some fans suspect that Tessa Thompson’s Valkyrie will play a huge arc in the upcoming movie, so she would probably be joining Chris Hemsworth’s Thor as he fights alongside his fellow Avengers.

Valkyrie was earlier rumored to be Thor’s new love interest, but that title still belongs to Natalie Portman’s Jane Foster. Instead, Thor and Valkyrie will develop mutual respect for each other and friendship.

When asked earlier by Entertainment Weekly about Valkyrie’s future in Marvel, Thompson already hinted that it’s possible she will appear in more movies. “You never know where people will pop up. In the next phase, the hope is to find ways to interweave all these characters, and certainly with ‘Infinity War,’ those are the culmination of a lot of work since ‘Iron Man,’” she said. “She’s part of the tapestry now. For me, it’s exciting to join at a time with young actors like Brie Larson and Chadwick Boseman and Michael B. Jordan. We’re all hopefully going to meet in one of these movies.”

Brie Larson is going to portray Captain Marvel, while Chadwick Boseman is the Black Panther and Michael B. Jordan is the villain, Erik Killmonger. It remains to be seen how Marvel will interweave all of their stories, but one thing is for sure - it’s going to be pretty exciting to watch.

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