A new trailer for Thor: Ragnarok, directed by Taika Waititi, has revealed the first look at one of the movie’s key moments: the battle between Sif, the goddess of war and peace, and Thor.
The trailer shows the heroes of Asgard fighting against the Asgardian gods of death, the Heralds of the Dead, who are all trying to stop the destruction of the universe.
The fight, which is shown in full in the new trailer, ends with Sif unleashing a massive hammer blast on the heroes, which knocks out Thor and Sif’s companion, Odin.
This sequence is what you see in the trailer, which has a lot more going on than just a giant hammer.
A few moments later, in a big battle scene that takes place in Asgard’s Asgardian capital, the gods of war have their own moment to celebrate.
They’re shown in the video as being attacked by a group of Herald worshippers, and a scene plays of a group called the Frost Giants attacking the Asgardians.
The Frost Giants are a race of gigantic giant humans who live in Asgard, the largest city on Earth.
In the video, the heroes fight to stop them from invading Asgard.
The group of Frost Giants, which are seen in the footage, are called the “Frost Giants,” and they are not seen attacking the heroes.
The battle against the Frost Gods of death has been one of Asgard’s most famous moments in the movies, and it shows a sense of scale that we haven’t seen in Asgard in a while.
There is an interesting bit of history in the Asgard mythology.
During Ragnarok, the Asgardans destroyed the planet of Asgard in an attempt to prevent Ragnarok.
This happened about 2,500 years ago, which coincides with the end of the Asgard period, which ended with the fall of the gods.
The Ragnarok period began in the 14th century.
After this event, Asgard became a kingdom ruled by the Hrald-horseriders, a race that were a kind of elite race of giants.
As time went on, the kingdom became more powerful, and Asgard became one of its major cities.
In its final days, Asgard lost the battle against Asgard and became a realm of stone and ice, and was destroyed.
A new era of peace in Asgard began to take place in the 19th century, and the kingdom was saved by a new race called the Hrolstad, who were a race who became the rulers of the kingdom in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
The Hrolsts were the descendants of the first race of the Hraesir, who came to Asgard after the destruction that took place in Ragnarok.
Hralds and Hrolsters are the same race as Asgardians, but Hralts were originally Hralst, and their culture was much different.
The last of the race that came to the kingdom of Asgard, Hrolst Sif and Sigrun, was a descendant of the last race of Hralt, who, as we see in Ragnarok, were the people who had survived the destruction in the past.
It was Hrolstaðr who was responsible for bringing the gods back to life, and Hralstaði eventually became king of the entire Asgardian kingdom.
It’s unclear if this Hralsts are the Hrorsts or just a coincidence.
The film’s title The Gods of War is an old Norse phrase that means “The Gods of war.”
The title itself is an homage to Norse mythology, and in Norse mythology they were the gods that fought in the battle with Thor.
In Norse mythology the gods are often depicted with weapons.
They were often depicted fighting each other in battle.
The word “god” also means “noble.”
In Norse myth, Hralthe, the god of war, was born from a mother of the goddess Fjotir, but she became pregnant again and died.
Hrolthe’s offspring, Odin, was also born from Fjottir, and he was a hero who fought for Asgard.
This means Odin was the son of Hrolth, the king of Asgard.
Odin’s battle with the Hrazids, a giant, evil race of animals, brought him to the Asgard kingdom, and made him the ruler of Asgard and its people.
This is what Ragnarok means.
The story goes that the heroes fought against the Hrimtan, a monstrous race of evil giants who ruled Asgard.
It is also believed that in Ragnarok the gods created the world, and that the gods were created in Asgard by Thor, Odin and Svarthol.
The gods of Asgard have a lot of interesting mythology, but the Norse gods have been a part of Asgardian lore since before the time of the ancient Norse.
The Norse gods are believed to be descendants of two different groups of gods: the gods who lived in Asgard before the gods died, and who lived later in the