Cate Blanchett makes bad look so, so good.
"I only realized that really when I got on set and you think, 'Wow! It's taken this long to catch up!'" she said of her role as Hela, a goddess of death.
"But you know, Marvel is catching up at a rapid, rapid rate," she added, praising the studio's more diverse casting practices and her fellow Marvel women. "You've got Captain Marvel coming out with Brie [Larson] and I mean, all these incredible women who are in Black Panther...and Scarlett [Johansson] of course."
Blanchett also had some choice words for her Thor co-star, the Norse god himself, Chris Hemsworth.
"That ugly, un-fit individual?" she joked.
The 48-year-old mother of four also brought her kids along on set for some of the filming."It's really exciting for kids to be on the set and also it's such a family the Marvel Universe," she told ET.
"It was her first experience of being on set with me, so she thinks that's what I do all the time," she shared. "She thinks acting is manifesting weapons out of your hands and killing people."
You can see Blanchett cause onscreen mayhem when Thor: Ragnarok hits theaters November 17.
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