The Iron Man trilogy has come to an end. The Captain America trilogy has come to an end. And soon the Thor trilogy will be ending as well. As part of their Phase Three plans, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has Thor: Ragnarok set to come out in the next year, and it looks like it could be one of their biggest blockbusters yet.

As we at CinemaBlend like to do for big upcoming blockbusters, we've decided to assemble this handy guide that pulls together all of the information that we have about Thor: Ragnarok. As the movie moves through production, we will continue to flesh it out with updates -- but, right now, take a look at what we've seen so far from the new movie in the form of the debut trailer:

Wow. Okay. Thor: Ragnarok looks like it might actually end up being the best of the Thor films, if this awesome trailer is any indication. So who is directing this exciting new blockbuster? What will it be about? Who are all those crazy characters? Keep reading to learn what we know so far about the upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe feature!

What Is The Thor Ragnarok: Release Date?

Thor: Ragnarok has been announced for release on November 3, 2017 -- and while that date by itself isn't incredibly special (Thor: The Dark World had a November release date, and so did Doctor Strange), what does make it unique is that it will mark the first time Marvel Studios releases three titles in one year.

The year 2017 is set up to be a very busy one for the folks at Marvel, kicking things off with James Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 in the first week of May (a spot that Marvel claims just about every summer). That will be followed by Jon Watt's Spider-Man: Homecoming, which will be out in July 2017. Thor: Ragnarok will be bringing the year to an end for Marvel on the big screen -- and perhaps will set the table in some way for Ryan Coogler's Black Panther in February 2018 and Joe and Anthony Russo's The Avengers: Infinity War in May 2018.

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