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'Thor: Ragnarok' Director Reveals Odin's 'Sweaty' New Look On Instagram

Thor: Ragnarok is taking us across the universe to planets unknown, but Odin (Anthony Hopkins) will be very much earthbound.

[Credit Marvel Studios]

Thor: Ragnarok is taking us across the universe to planets unknown, but Odin (Anthony Hopkins) will be very much earthbound. In Thor: A Dark World, we learned that Loki was impersonating the All-Father when he banished Thor from Asgard.

Many fans of the Thor series suspected that Loki had killed Odin. But it seems that Odin was merely banished to Earth as well, thanks to set photos revealed last year we learned that the All-Father was indeed alive. Yet he seemed to be nothing like we remember of the former king of Asgard. Now Thor: Ragnarok director Taiki Waititi has shared a better look at a disheveled Odin on Instagram:

Image via Instagram

It seems that Odin has been through a rough patch, trying to warn us all about the impending Ragnarok — but nobody believes him, since he looks like an "end is nigh" type, not a god.

It's possible that Odin will rule over Asgard once again by the end of Thor: Ragnarok, but fans are speculating he may die in the film, traveling to Valhalla after being killed in one of the film's many battles. This death would open the possibility for Thor to become the new king of Asgard ... if he's able to defeat Hela, whom many fans also speculate will take on the representation of the Goddess Death herself.

Thor: Ragnarok hits theaters on November 3, 2017.

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