Tessa Thompson and Mark Ruffalo chat with Taika Waititi about Thor: Love And ...

They reunited in Avengers: Endgame after first enlivening Thor: Ragnarok.

Tessa Thompson, 36, and Mark Ruffalo, 52, seemed excited about their upcoming Marvel sequel Thor: Love And Thunder when they joined director Taika Waititi, 44, for an Instagram Live chat on Thursday, according to Deadline.

The trio shared some details about the project during a live screening party for Ragnarok, which Taika also directed.

The details: Tessa Thompson, 36, and Mark Ruffalo, 52, chatted with director Taika Waititi, 44, about the upcoming Thor: Love And Thunder on Instagram Thursday; shown in October

The details: Tessa Thompson, 36, and Mark Ruffalo, 52, chatted with director Taika Waititi, 44, about the upcoming Thor: Love And Thunder on Instagram Thursday; shown in October

The Hunt For The Wilderpeople director advertised the live show on Wednesday with a hand-drawn sign posted to Instagram.

'I tricked at least one special guest to join (they aren't in the movie),' he wrote in the caption, though it appears to have been a fib to misdirect his 1.6 million followers, as both Tessa and Mark were prominently featured in Thor: Ragnarok. 

Tessa, who plays Valkyrie, revealed that the upcoming movie already has a screenplay, which she'd read the most recent version of.

Pants on fire: Taika drew up a sign for the live viewing party and teased a special guest who wasn't in the movie, though he was fibbing since both guests were in the movie

Pants on fire: Taika drew up a sign for the live viewing party and teased a special guest who wasn't in the movie, though he was fibbing since both guests were in the movie

Up to date: Tessa, who plays Valkyrie, revealed that the upcoming movie already has a screenplay, which she'd read the most recent version of

Up to date: Tessa, who plays Valkyrie, revealed that the upcoming movie already has a screenplay, which she'd read the most recent version of

The director confirmed and added that it had already gone through four or five drafts and said the movie wouldn't be a 'run-of-the-mill' sequel.

He added that it would be even more extreme than the Ragnarok, joking, 'It’s like 10-year-olds told us what should be in a

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