Even though it is darker than Thor’s introductory movie, Thor: The Dark World is fun – largely because Thor – even more than Captain America – is Marvel’s most irony-free character. That and because Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston are such perfectly cast brothers.
Remember that exchange in the the first Thor: The Dark World trailer where Thor asks Loki for help? Well, there’s more to that scene than that brief exchange. Follow the jump to check out more of that conversation. Talk about a love/hate relationship!
Thor: The Dark World premieres on November 8th.
You tell him, Tony!
Earlier this week, Joss Whedon, Samuel L. Jackson, Clark gregg and Tom Hiddleston took part in a Global Fan Chat to answer fan questions about The Avengers [opening May4, 2012]. Here is a transcript of that chat. Enjoy.
One of the biggest movies of the year – in terms of grand, epic fun – Thor gets a DVD release that provides one thing I always enjoy [a terrific commentary track by director Kenneth Branagh] but lacks the one thing I was most hoping to see: a promised short feature built around S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Coulson. Turns out that, contrary to promises made, it’s only available on the Blu-ray.
Still, even without it, the DVD release for Thor is still great fun.
In Marvel Entertainment’s Thor, it may just have its Superman: The Motion Picture.
I’ve always liked Natalie Portman and thought she and Ewan McGregor were the best things in Episodes I – III. She’s been cast to play Jane Foster, Thor’s love interest in the upcoming Marvel Thor Movie. The official press release is after the break.