'Thor: Ragnarok' movie news: Taika Waititi goes on hilarous Reddit AMA; film to be most 'out there' Marvel movie

(YouTube/Marvel Entertainment)Thor (Chris Hemsworth) in a screenshot from the "Thor: Dark World" trailer.

It looks like Kiwi "Thor: Ragnarok" director Taika Waititi was having such a swell time during an AMA on Reddit earlier this week. In the midst of answering questions, Waititi addressed a lot of things about the upcoming "Thor: Ragnarok" film and about his other film projects like the mockumentary comedy "What We Do in the Shadows."

Wildly funny Kiwi director Waititi went on an AMA on Reddit back on Sunday, giving out pretty interesting answers about his work as a director and about "Thor Ragnarok." The AMA gave fans a lot of insight on what to expect from the upcoming Marvel movie with Waititi saying that the film may be one of the craziest Marvel films yet.

Praising Waititi's other films like the "Hunt for the Wilderpeople" and "What We Do in the Shadows," a fan asked what the director has in store for "Thor: Ragnarok" and what he will do to make it stand out. Will it be a comedy like his other movies?

"Awesome. Thanks. I think TR will be one of the most adventurous and most "out there" of all the marvel movies," the director replied directly, teasing fans. "It's a crazy movie. "

The director also explained in the AMA that he was just "trying to ignore the rest of the universe and just make my own awesome movie," disregarding the fact tha there have been other "Thor" films by bringing his own brand of comedy to the project.

According to Waititi, fans "could expect a very Taika-esque tone" in the upcoming film and a possible "Doctor Strange" reference in "Thor Ragnarok."

The director also addressed fans' desire to see more "Thor and Darryl" sketches with some of the other Avengers, saying that he'd love to make a bunch of them. During the San Diego Comic Con, Waititi had released a funny "Thor: Ragnarok" mockumentary, replacing the traditional trailer release for something funny instead.

"Thor: Ragnarok" will premiere on the big screen on Nov. 3, 2017.