What's funnier than Marvel Studios' Thor: Ragnarok? Why, the blooper reel for Marvel Studios' Thor: Ragnarok, of course! Want to know what it was like to work on the set of the 17th film in the MCU? Well, now we do, as director Taika Waititi becomes your guide in this behind-the-scenes featurette with plenty of insider goodness like Waititi doing the motion capture for the breakout character of Korg and showing off the goods of the Sakaarian bazaar.
If you need more proof of how fun the making of the movie was, here are just some reel-based testimonials from the cast:
"He's just a big kid," says Tessa Thompson (Valkyrie) of Waititi.
"It's definitely the most light-hearted, fun set I've been on," offers Hemsworth.
There's also Jeff Goldblum dancing in front of a blue screen, Hemsworth breaking into fits of giggles, and the movie's villain, Hela herself (Cate Blanchett), cutting loose. Aside from Disney World (which is technically family now with Marvel), the Ragnarok set looked like the happiest place on earth. Oh, and did we mention Waititi sings over the new Marvel Studios opening logo and fanfare? Yeah, it's awesome.