Kenneth Branagh has revealed that he has not ruled out a return to the Thor franchise in the future.
Branagh was in the director's chair when Thor hit the big screen for the first time back in 2011 starring Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston.
Branagh delivered a great mix of terrific special effects with a movie that was driven by characters and the story. And while Branagh did not return for Thor: The Dark World - Alan Taylor taking over the helm - he says he would never say never about returning.
Speaking to Den of Geek, the director said: "I have seen more of the movies, and as I've said before, I had a good time there," he explained. "It was a really sort of pivotal moment to me doing Thor, and I like them. I like [producer] Kevin [Feige] very much. You know, you never say never."
"I think I couldn't begin to speak for the complications of their interweaving of this ever-expanding universe, which is totally fascinating to behold. But I think they're masters of their own destiny.
"They know what they want, and we all got on terribly well. So I'm sure if they felt there was a spot for me somewhere in there they'd give me a shout."
Branagh is currently enjoying huge critical and box office success with his latest directing venture Cinderella.
Cinderella sees Branagh team up with Disney for a live action version of the iconic and popular tale. The movie has already topped the box office in the U.S. and has currently grossed in excess of $335 million worldwide.
Cinderella is the first directorial outing for Branagh since Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit and looks set to be one of his biggest box office successes.
As for the Thor franchise, a third solo film - Thor: Ragnarok - is set to hit the big screen in 2017. However, a director is yet to be announced for the film.