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With Tessa Thompson's Valkyrie, Thor: Ragnarok has technically introduced the first canonically queer character to appear in the MCU, but because the only explicit nod to Valkyrie's sexuality was ultimately cut from the film, her queerness remains almost entirely subtextual. It's a bummer, but we can take solace in the fact that with Hela, Marvel has, accidentally, brought queer representation to its Cinematic Universe - in a very particular way.


As with many Marvel films, Thor: Ragnarok left audiences with more than a couple of unsolved mysteries and unresolved issues after its final end-credits scene. Here are 10 questions we have the answers to, courtesy of Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige and Ragnarok director Taika Waititi - and well as the five biggest questions the movie left unanswered.


Video: If it wasn't in the trailer for Thor: Ragnarok, this would be considered a spoiler. Very early in the movie, Hela destroys Mjolnir, Thor's iconic hammer, which was given to him by his father, Odin. Fans have wondered if Thor would get his weapon back - but a new video from Marvel suggests that isn't going to happen.

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Thor: Ragnarok has hit theatres - but its titular apocalypse is more than a casual allusion to the Norse mythology that Marvel's hero originates from. It's a reference to an event in the comics that has hounded the God of Thunder since his adventures first began. Here's everything you need to know about it before you see the movie.