"Thor: Ragnarok" is one of the most anticipated Marvel movies for this coming year of 2017, and just recently it was confirmed to add Planet Hulk, Sakaar on its main setting. However, it is not yet known how much the movie "Thor: Ragnarok" will focus on the Planet Hulk, Sakaar storyline.

According to IGN, director Taika Waititi of "Thor: Ragnarok" has confirmed to incorporate Sakaar in some way. The director also stated that Sakaar proved to make a big shift for the movie, and its characters because of its insanely far off the grid and futuristic theme. In addition, they stated that "Thor: Ragnarok" will also rely heavily from Jack Kirby's work, who co-created the Hulk character alongside Stan Lee. This is in order for the movie to emphasize the look and feel of all the Planet Hulk scenes.

The inclusion of Planet Hulk, Sakaar in "Thor: Ragnarok" is not really a big surprise. Many fans believed that Hulk will play a big role in the upcoming movie, and this was based on its cartoon version where Hulk went rampaging on Asgard. This is all due to Loki's tricks upon separating Bruce Banner's soul from Hulk one of the most unstoppable beings in the Marvel Universe.

According to an earlier report on Comic Book, Thor and Hulk was confirmed to be in some kind of a duo in the upcoming "Thor: Ragnarok." The duo will be heading to the gladiatorial world of Planet Hulk, and this is possibly going to be a big hit. Moreover, Loki plays a big role in "Thor: Ragnarok" as he is now pretending to be the King of Asgard, Odin, which he has plotted in "Thor: The Dark World."

Everyone knows Loki is one of the underlings of Thanos (The Mad Titan), and most villains from the other Marvel film that has premiered in the past few years are most likely under Thanos's command. A few months ago the film "Doctor Strange" was released, and the famed actor Benedict Cumberbatch plays the role Dr. Stephen Strange. In addition, he is also going to reprise the same role in the upcoming "Thor: Ragnarok" film.

"Thor: Ragnarok" will be released on November 3, 2017 in United States. Watch the video below for some insight about "Thor: Ragnarok," and subscribe for more updates!