Taika Waititi has dubbed Thor: Love and Thunder the "craziest film he's ever done" joking that he might not be allowed to work again after its release.
The New Zealand filmmaker spoke to Empire about his much-anticipated Marvel sequel, insisting it will be "very different" to Thor: Ragnarok, with "far more emotion".
"Well, just between (me and) you and the readers, I've done some crazy shit in my life. I've lived, like, 10 lifetimes. But it's the craziest film I've ever done," Waititi said.
"If you wrote down all the elements of this film, it shouldn't make sense. It's almost like it shouldn't be made."
Waititi joked that the premise for the flick is so outlandish, most people would "never work again" when pitching it to movie executives.
"If you walked into a room and said, 'I want this and this and this.' 'Who's in it?' 'These people'. 'What are you going to call it?' 'Love And Thunder'. I mean, you'd never work again. Maybe I won't after this," he said.
As for what will set Love and Thunder apart from Ragnarok, Waititi says: "It's crazier. I'll tell you what's different: There'll be far more emotion in this film. And a lot more love. And a lot more thunder."
"And a lot more Thor, if you've seen the photos," he added, referring to star Chris Hemsworth's incredible muscle gain for the role, which left the Aussie actor's Instagram followers stunned when he shared evidence of his transformation online.