Make way for Australian actress and theater director Catherine "Cate" Blanchett as she rocks the big screen and the Marvel heroes with her villainous role of Hela in "Thor: Ragnarok". The two-time Academy Awards winner has only good praises for the whole cast and crew of the movie that will show in November 2017. Although not included in the upcoming Doctor Strange Marvel film set to launch this November, she will have a blast showing off her character in one of the three Marvel films next year.
Cate Blanchett especially mentioned director Taika Waititi on Movie Web describing his works and how "wonderful" he was. Jokingly adding that "she would eat him for breakfast" if she could and the director being "irreverent" as the movie is already a hit. That is seemingly a good image for Taiki Waititi considering that there have been apparent questions on Marvel's recruitment process "bringing in up-and-coming directors.
Entertainment Weekly shares a recent interview with Cate Blanchett and was asked about co-star Mark Ruffalo regarding his description of her character as Hela being the "worst of the worst". She answered gamely by calling him the "greenest of the green" and although she was not able to work with the "Hulk" star on most of the scenes, her impressions to her other co-stars were just as hilarious, with the director as "delicious" and Chris Hemsworth as a "big guy". Cate Blanchett has definitely enjoyed doing the 'superhero' movie even as a dramatic actress herself made this a diversion to show her playful side.
On joining the Marvel movie universe, Cate Blanchett's character is something worth looking for next year, with two more movies like "Guardians of the Galaxy" Vol 2 and "Spider-Man Homecoming". This will only prove the diversity and brilliance of actors and actresses to do different kinds of roles and still able to bring it to the box office.