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The 'Revengers' Assemble In New Thor: Ragnarok Promo

What Thor possesses in physical strength, he unfortunately lacks in creativity it comes to naming super crews.

The latest promo video for Thor: Ragnarok, which debuted during Thursday's NFL season opener on NBC, features the Asgardian god (Chris Hemsworth) rounding up a few familiar and a couple fresh faces.  "I'm putting together a team," Thor tells Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson), to which she questions, "This team of yours, does it got a name?"

Clearly flustered after being put on the spot, the Norse hero turns to his Avengers teammate Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo) and a half-hearted title pops into his head. "Yeah, it's called the Re... Revengers," he says. Valkyrie shoots him a confused and entirely unimpressed look, a response that causes Thor to backpedal on the whole idea. "Well, I mean, we don't have to have a name. We could have no name."

Though the name might not stick, the assemblage certainly does, as the next shot in the clip shows the trio standing proud alongside Loki (Tom Hiddleston), getting ready to take on the Ragnarokian dangers threatening to rock their world in the worst kind of way. 

Check it out in the video above. 

Marketing for Thor: Ragnarok has been markedly different from that of Marvel movies past, with the exception of James Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy franchise. Fans have feasted their eyes upon brightly colored posters, a full-length trailer set to Led Zeppelin's "Immigrant Song," and plenty of teaser-y footage posted on social media. Ragnarok director Taika Waititi even promised that the film will be funnier than the first two Thor movies, and mark a shift in tone for the overall franchise. "To me, Ragnarok means stripping down the establishment and then building it up in a new way," Waititi explained. "Ragnarok is what we're doing to the character and to the franchise."

Thor: Ragnarok, this fall's most anticipated movie, is set for release on November 3. For now, find out why the film will be even better than you think