>>3012715> am I the only one who is seriously pissed Hel in this movie doesn't look at all like she's supposed to according to Norse mythology?
No. There are plenty of other people who still haven't figured out that Marvel's Thor has always just been alien superhero shit wrapped in a vaguely Norse veneer.
They've played fast and loose with the myths for the entire existence of the comic character. Marvel's Thor is the son of Gaea and has earthquake powers. Marvel's Loki is Thor's brother, not uncle. Marvel's Yggdrasil reaches into thirteen worlds, including one filled with Christianity-inspired warrior angels. Marvel's Gods can be replaced by mortals bearing the same name, because the Marvel universe is a sentient being that cares more about archetypes filling roles in a story rather than the actual individual God.
You fucked by by expecting mythological accuracy in the first place. May as well walk into a James Bond film expecting thoughtful diplomacy and tips on vegan cooking.