In a Facebook Live video, Waititi gave viewers an inside look at what appeared to be the filming of a battle scene -- or its aftermath -- on the edge of a small lake near Australia's Gold Coast. The set was covered in huge piles of debris, and the director described the landscape as a "sci-fi space wasteland."
Extras dressed in heavy cloaks were everywhere, and Waititi described their characters as "scrappers." He also briefly took viewers inside a spaceship, and showed off some curious-looking weapons.
The director then bumped into Thor himself, Chris Hemsworth, and costar Tessa Thompson, who's playing Norse goddess Valkyrie. Thompson still had some of her makeup on, sporting what looked like war paint, though the actress played coy about what those marks meant for her character.
There was plenty of reference to things that Waititi and co. could or could not show viewers, with the director at one point panning down to his feet to avoid revealing a particular part of the set. A crew member also showed off a Ragnarok emblem, but Waititi said its meaning has to be kept under wraps for now.
Despite the secrecy, Hemsworth noted that he and the rest of the crew were excited to have fans finally see "the awesomeness that is this film." We're sure Marvel lovers feel the same way.
"Thor: Ragnarok" is due in theaters on November 3, 2017.
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