Marvel's "Thor: Ragnarok" is only a month away and fans are getting excited to see the first ever female MCU villain wreak havoc on Asgard on the big screen. Cate Blanchett's Hela has been celebrated as progress for the MCU, given that it's taken quite a while for the studio to put women in such pivotal roles in the films. The award-winning actress recently had an insightful interview with Collider, in which she revealed more details about how Hela and her powers came about. Blanchett admitted that at first, she wasn't really aware of Hela's origins despite the comic books, so she had a "really interesting process of discovery" of the character on the page.

The upcoming film is directed by Taika Waititi, who Blanchett admitted was one of the top three reasons why she wanted the role to begin with. Blanchett recently shared the evolution of Hela in terms of how she developed the character with Waititi and she had a few interesting things to say.

Cate Blanchett had some inputs on Hela

When "Thor: Ragnarok" hits theaters this November, fans will get to see just how Cate Blanchett developed Hela with director Taika Waititi. She admitted that at the beginning, she assumed that she would go into a role that was pretty much cut out for her. But instead, she shared that she was given room to air her creative ideas about how the character should be on the big screen.

The 48-year old, two-time Academy Award-winning actress told Collider that it was an "organic" process in which she "threw a lot of ideas into the ring" with both Waititi and the Motion Capture team and Special Effects crew. The result was Hela producing weapons from various parts of her body. Which exact parts, she refuses to tell just yet.

Actress said that production was welcoming of her creative ideas

One of the reasons why it was so fun for Cate Blanchett to work on "Thor: Ragnarok" was because the environment was truly conducive to creative thinking. She admitted that both director Taika Waititi and the producers were "really receptive" to her ideas and her objectives to give Hela "a visual journey so that’s she’s got somewhere to go as she becomes increasingly powerful.

Her look evolves and calcifies a little bit." Speaking of her look, the actress previously admitted that she had to imagine being a reindeer to fully embody Hela, given that the character has a massive headdress full of horns. "Thor: Ragnarok" hits theaters this November 3.