The Warriors Three are a trio of supporting characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, serving as major protagonist in the Thor trilogy. They are a trio composed of three of the most talented warriors of Asgard, Fandral, Volstagg, and Hogun, who are friends with Thor and Lady Sif, constantly aiding them in their missions and adventures.
Fandral is portrayed by Josh Dalas in the first Thor movie, who also portrayed Prince Charming in Once Upon a Time, and by Zachary Levi in subsequent films, who also portrayed Shazam in the 2019 movie of same name, and voices FLynn Rider in the Tangled Franchise. Volstagg is portrayed by Ray Stevenson, and Hogun is portrayed by Tadanobu Asano.
The three warriors that form the Warriors THree met in some unknown time, also eventually meeting Thor Odinson, future king of Asgard, and Lady Sif, a dreaded female warrior, and they became friends, going on many adventures and quests together, collecting many memories.
In the day of the coronation of Thor, Frost Giants invaded the palace and tried to rob a mystical ice iten. This made Thor angry about the apparent obliviousness of his father to such events, and he led Sif and the Warriors Three to Jotunhein, the homeworld of the Frost Giants, and battled them and their leader, Laufey. Fandral was wounded in the conflict, and Odin appeared to end the fight caused by the stubborness of his son, and banned him to MIdgard (Planet Earth) to learn about humilty, and become worthy once again of lifting his hammer, Mjonir. The Warriors weren't happy about Thor's banishment, and their suspects that Loki was behind everything just grew stronger, especially after Loki's decision of not lifting the banishment of Thor, as he became king after the appearent, out of nowhere, blackout of Odin. Sif, along with Hogun, stopped an fight beetween Volstagg and Fandral, and they decided to go to Midgard to look for Thor. They did it and found him with his new human frieds, Jane Foster and Darcy Lewis. They tried to get Thor back to Asgard, but Heimdall was frozen by Loki, and then they were attacked by the Destroyer, commanded by Loki to kill Thor. They tried and failed to defeat him, but Thor, in an attemp to save the innocent people of the city he was in, proved himself to be worthy of his hammer and powers again, and defeated the Destroyer, and was brought back home along with the Warriors by Heimdall, who regained consciouness. Thor asked Sif and the Warriors to get Heimdall to the infamary while he confronted Loki. The conflict ended with Loki appearently dead, and while the Warriors, along with Sif and other Asgardians, celebrated one more victory, Thor mourned the "death" of his brother.
Thor: The Dark World