While Hela is destroying Thor’s hammer, she will also kill Heimdall. Thor, on the other hand, will make that cosmic road trip with the Hulk.
But Heimdall will reportedly make a valiant return towards the movie’s climax, showing up along with the souls of the righteous fallen along with the good Valkyries of Valhalla to battle Hela.
Late last year, Marvel Studios hired Stephany Folsom to write a draft of the script for “Thor: Ragnarok.” Folsom became the third female writer involved in a Marvel Studios project.
“Inside Out’s” Nicole Perlman originated the screenplay for “Guardians of the Galaxy” before James Gunn. Now she’s working on “Captain Marvel” with co-writer Meg Lefauve.
Marvel previously tapped Taika Waititi as director back in October. Waititi is known for being the co-writer and co-director of the vampire spoof “What We Do in the Shadows.”
Before Folsom, Christopher Yost and Craig Kyle were the first to have worked on the script. The pair both worked on “Thor: The Dark World,” but it appears the studio is looking for a feminine touch for the upcoming film.
Some of Folsom’s works include the Black List script “1969: A Space Odyssey or How Kubrick Learned to Stop Worrying and Land on the Moon.” It is a fictionalized drama about NASA enlisting Stanley Kubrick to fake a phenomenal moon landing.
She also wrote the script for “The Princess of North Sudan,” Disney’s unique princess which was inspired by a true account of an American man claiming a territory in Africa and proclaiming himself and his family its royal rulers.