The latest update and spoilers for "Thor: Ragnarok" will feature Doctor Strange's cameo in a new trailer and the Soul Stone's possible appearance in the film.

God of Thunder meets the Sorcerers Supreme

A new Japanese trailer for "Thor: Ragnarok" has been streamed online and it featured Thor's visit to the Sanctum Santorum, the home base of Doctor Stephen Strange. Strange tells the God of Thunder that a "dire destiny" awaits him and scene shifts to Mjolnir's destruction at the hands of Hela, the Asgardian Goddess of Death.

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Thor's visit to the Sanctum was first teased in the post-credits scene of "Doctor Strange" movie as he tries to convince Strange to find his father, Odin Allfathter on Earth. Odin in the third film was banished by Loki and Hela from Asgard, and several behind-the-scenes photos revealed that he is posing as a homeless old man in New York. Thor, Loki, and Strange must find Odin and return him to Asgard to prevent Ragnarok from ever happening.

The "Ragnarok" film will also feature Valkyrie and the Incredible Hulk as gladiators in the planet Sakaar, ruled by a cosmic entity known as the Grandmaster. Hela plans to destroy Asgard and remake it in her own image as Thor's team will try to stop her at any cost.

Soul Stone teased

The Soul Stone is rumored to appear in "Thor: Ragnarok" as numerous reports and theories hinted that the last Infinity Stone could be found in either Hela or Heimdall. The Soul Stone has the ability to steal, control, manipulate, and alter the souls of living beings.

Since both characters have to ability to sense and see the souls of individuals, it is possible that the stone is inside their bodies, evidence by Heimdall's blindness during Thor's vision in "Avenger: Age of Ultron."

Movie Pilot writer Michael Eldred created the "T.H.A.N.O.S." theory to reveal the locations of each stone in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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The letter "T" refers to the Tesseract, "A" for the Aether, "N" for necklace/Eye of Agamotto, "O" for the Orb, and "S" for the Scepter. The letter "H" could be Heimdall or Hela, while others believe it could stand for "Hammer" hinting that it could be inside of Mjolnir.

For now, Marvel Studios has been quiet about the details regarding the Soul Stone's location, but the third "Thor" film set up the events of "Avengers: Infinity War" as Earth's Mightiest Heroes will team-up with the Guardians of the Galaxy to fight Thanos and his children, the Black Order.

"Thor: Ragnarok" will premiere on Nov. 23.