Moviegoers at The Grove in California were in for a treat when the stars of "Thor: Ragnarok" portrayed their roles live in a skit for "The Late Late Show ".
Host James Corden envisioned the latest instalment of the Thor series to be in "4D," which means "action literally leaping off the screen." Luckily, the cast of the movie was game enough to bring Corden's vision to life.
"You are here witnessing the future," Corden told the audience. He even said that they were possibly mad at him for the disruption of the movie, but added: "Who gives a [bleep]?"
Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston, who played brothers and nemeses Thor and Loki, were clad in makeshift costumes to give life to their characters. Cate Blanchett, Jeff Goldblum, Tessa Thompson and Mark Ruffalo were also in for the fun.
Hemsworth could not contain how mindblown he was of Corden's innovation and would want to do all his films in 4D, even though he does not know what the term means.
Goldblum even ranked their performance 10 out of 10 "Goldblums." "That's my highest possible rating," he said.
"Thor: Ragnarok" has so far raked up a total of $427 million worldwide, according to industry estimates. The movie is still showing in theatres.