Marvel's highly anticipated "Thor: Ragnarok" is coming out in two months and it seems that there have been some last minute changes done to the production. Some sharp-sighted fans have noticed that the latest teaser revealed via the movie's official Twitter page shows a familiar scene, which now takes place in a different setting. In the 30-second video, fans see a long-haired Thor throw his hammer at Cate Blanchett's Hela, who catches it and smashes it with her bare hands. This scene isn't new to fans, as it was in the first trailer that Marvel released back in April.

In it, Hela and Thor meet in an alleyway and face off, resulting in Hela crushing the Mjolnir. The same scene is in the new teaser published via the film's Twitter page, but this time, the scene takes place in an open field. This may imply that the film had undergone changes in the last few months ahead of its release. But what led to these changes? According to Digital Spy, the new teaser also offers a look into Thor's life as the ruler of Asgard, as he sits on the throne, sporting his shorter hair.

'You're in my seat'

Cate Blanchett's Hela tells Thor, "You're in my seat," as he languidly lounges on it. Noticeable in the shot is his shorter hair, which means that this scene took place after he was captured by Valkyrie and forced to fight his "friend from work," the Hulk.

Now whether these new scenes were included to throw fans off their original fan theories on what will take place when "Thor: Ragnarok" arrives this November, remains to be seen.

Cate Blanchett had to get to know Hela before playing her

For characters which origins lie in comic books, it's fairly easy for actors and actresses to brush up on their histories by picking up the pages.

For "Thor: Ragnarok" actress Cate Blanchett, however, it was an "interesting process of discovery," as she told Collider, because she admitted that she really didn't know much about Hela to begin with. The award-winning actress shared that Hela had been imprisoned for an extended period of time, resulting in her being quite "cross" with the Asgardians.

She shared that Hela does have some "unresolved issues" with Asgard, which is why her resentment and anger is so evident with the way she returns with such vengeance, which fans will get to see more of very soon.

"Thor: Ragnarok" is directed by Taika Waititi and will star Chris Hemsworth, Cate Blanchett, Tom Hiddleston, Mark Ruffalo, Tessa Thompson, Idris Elba, Jeff Goldblum and Anthony Hopkins. It hits theaters on November 3.