Blockbuster film production teams love coming up with quirky working titles to keep fans away from the sets and Thor: Ragnarok just got its own. It’s certainly an interesting title.

According to ComicBook.com, the production is currently going under the title Creature Report on a production newsletter. As the site notes, that’s also the name of a segment in the BBC children’s show Octonauts. The show airs on Disney Jr. in the U.S. and on the Australian Broadcasting Channel.

 

 

Working titles usually¬†don’t reveal much about a film. After all, the most famous working title of all – Blue Harvest – revealed¬†nothing¬†about Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, and¬†The Avengers had the working title Group Hug. However, it does mean production on Thor: Ragnarok is moving along and it doesn’t stop us from wondering how many new creatures are in the movie.

Ragnarok is the third film in Marvel’s Thor series and will be a part of Phase Three. Chris Hemsworth is playing the Norse god once again, with Mark Ruffalo playing The Hulk/Bruce Banner. New Zealand helmer Taika Waititi is directing. Marvel has the film scheduled for a November 3, 2017 release.

 

Image: Walt Disney Co. 

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