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With or without Ben Kingsley? Hmmm. I’m guessing “without.”
To a very large extent, Thor: The Dark World works rather well indeed.
What Thor: The Dark World looks like without the Asgardian magic.
Kevin Feige and I are obviously best buddies now, having had a good chat on Friday and plenty of follow up questions today.
I’m sure I don’t have to remind you that in the Marvel Movieverse, magic can be explained by science, it just that it hasn’t been, yet. They’ll call Thor a god, for sure, but also frame him as an alien.
Two of the central threads in Marvel’s Thor sequel revolve around the women in the big guy’s life. The studio aren’t kidding when they say they set out to make their films into relationship dramas as much as anything else. …
New Thor director Alan Taylor has been speaking very openly with SFX magazine, explaining how Marvel called on their biggest gun when they really needed an extra big blast. Here’s a snippet from the magazine’s interview feature, courtesy of the …
Giving some wall space to a pair of the supporting players, here are a couple of new Thor: The Dark World posters.
Now then. So it seems that Christopher Eccleston had to get slathered in Dark Elf makeup for at least some of his scenes in Thor: The Dark World and didn’t get off lightly with just a plain mask. These are …
That Loki’s got an attitude, hasn’t he?
Here are lots of Thor things mashed up in the now rather conventional movie poster fashion.
Be sure to read the character bio from the back of the blister pack too, to see how they’re putting him into context in the movie.
We’ll get to meet a member of the Guardians cast ahead of time.
I’m not sure I was left entirely satisfied with the treatment of the female characters in 2011′s Thor.
Don’t forget, kids, home taping is killing music.
Sif has a very important role to play in the next Thor movie. You may consider Jaimie Alexander’s new comments to wander into spoiler territory.
Just in time to roll out with Iron Man 3, here’s the first trailer for the next Thor movie. It immediately looks a little less colourful than the last movie, as befits its title.
It wasn’t just incidental that Thor didn’t call Jane Foster during The Avengers. It wasn’t just the outcome of him being somewhat busy with an alien invasion. It was a key plot seed for his own new movie.