I guess the countdown to the home video release of Thor: The Dark World is officially on as we start getting these deleted scenes and other treats. Today we get a look at the mother/son dynamic, and we get a bit of inside baseball on how the makers of Thor staged that awesome cameo (and if you saw the movie, you know what one I mean). (more…)
Thor: The Dark World is visually epic and full of battles and world saving shenanigans, but the Asgardian demi-God’s second solo outing lacks the heart and punch of its predecessor. Simply put, you may walk out of this with a smile on your face, but you’re likely to forget why by the time you get to the car.
Thor: The Dark World is only weeks away and with it comes the next part of Marvel‘s Phase 2 and another step closer to The Avengers: Age of Ultron. This clip has absolutely nothing to do with any of that, I just want to make sure you weren’t forgetting what all this is building towards. That being said, what this clip does feature is Heimdall (Idris Elba), Guardian of the Bifrost, showing us why he should never be taken lightly. (more…)
The sibling rivalry between Thor and Loki will be stronger than ever this November when Thor: The Dark World releases. And as you’ll see demonstrated in this latest clip, Thor and Loki will be, predictably, sassy with one another. (more…)
We’ve seen a portion of this before in the previously released trailers, but now we have this charming little scene between Thor and his evil (adopted) brother, Loki, in its entirety. From what we’ve gotten our hands on so far, this is what has me most excited about Thor: The Dark World, as Tom Hiddleston once again nails the role of the sneaky demi-god.
Two new clips from director Alan Taylor‘s Thor: The Dark World are making the Internet rounds today and with just over a month to go until the November 8th premiere, we can expect that glorious Disney/Marvel marketing machine to take it to eleven. Those other movie marketeers may take it to ten, but these guys go to eleven. Why don’t they just make ten as loud as eleven? Because they go TO eleven.
Click through the jump to check out the clips.
There’s a new TV spot for Marvel Studios and Alan Taylor‘s Thor: The Dark World making the Internet rounds today. Along with some new footage we get to hear some dialogue from the movie’s main villain Malekith the Accursed, played by Christopher Eccleston. Click through to the video and check it out.
There’s some new character posters from director Alan Taylor‘s Thor: The Dark World making the Internet rounds. First off is Christopher Eccleston as Malekith the Accursed pictured above. Then we get another look at Chris Hemsworth and Natalie Portman as Thor and Jane.
In conjunction with the release of Thor: The Dark World, Gameloft will release a free to play game for phones and tablets. Check out the game play trailer below. If there’s a line for tickets when you go to see the movie, you could play the game to kill some time.
In this free-to-play game, Thor must restore order to the Nine Worlds. Perform all of the God of Thunder’s iconic combat moves as you lead Asgardian forces, including the Warriors Three, in over 100 exciting and varied missions against Marauders and Dark Elves. Gameloft’s stunning HD game engine brings to life the beauty of the Thor universe and worlds like Jotunheim and Asgard. Thor: The Dark World will also include a compelling social multiplayer element where fans join forces to earn victory. An original story inspired by the film and co-written by famed Marvel writer Christopher Yost provides a gripping narrative for the game.
With Iron Man wrapped up and Captain America on the sidelines until 2014, another Marvel hero must rise – and let loose the golden locks of justice. While containing plenty of what was seen in it’s first trailer and SDCC, Thor: The Dark World released it’s first official TV spot with several new pieces of footage (though, I didn’t see any) from the Alan Taylor directed sequel.
After the events of The Avengers, Thor (Chris Hemsworth) has since become a hero to two worlds, but this time he faces a force that even he might not be able to defeat. With the fabric of reality and the protection of the nine realms at stake how far is Thor willing to go to save the universe? Check out the first spot below:
Marvel’s “Thor: The Dark World” continues the big-screen adventures of Thor, the Mighty Avenger, as he battles to save Earth and all the Nine Realms from a shadowy enemy that predates the universe itself. In the aftermath of Marvel’s “Thor” and “Marvel’s The Avengers,” Thor fights to restore order across the cosmos…but an ancient race led by the vengeful Malekith returns to plunge the universe back into darkness. Faced with an enemy that even Odin and Asgard cannot withstand, Thor must embark on his most perilous and personal journey yet, one that will reunite him with Jane Foster and force him to sacrifice everything to save us all.
The lack of new footage disappoints me, but still, I’m looking forward this. Seeing a golden haired man speak medieval gibberish, flying around by spinning a hammer around really fast. T’is awesome. Verily.
New character posters for the upcoming movie, Thor: The Dark World, were featured as the cover last week’s Empire Magazine, but they have now been released online. The movie, which will open in theatres on November 8th in 2D, 3D, and IMAX 3D, will feature Thor as he is forced to team up with his incarcerated evil adopted brother to take on a force older than our universe, and if the trailers are any indication, it’s going to be a wonderful follow up to the first Thor film.
Obviously, the posters feature Thor and Loki, who, despite being the villain in The Avengers, will be the mighty hero’s only option to aid in his fight against Malekith, who bring darkness over the universe once again.
Personally, I didn’t think I would be this excited to see Thor in another solo movie, as the first one was very “meh,” and I’ve never really been a fan of the Asgardian myself, but, boy, am I psyched for this one. Tom Hiddleston clearly knocked it out of the park in the superhero team up movie, but I felt that Hemsworth’s character was also developed much more in The Avengers than it was in his own movie. Either way, I know I’m not alone in my anticipation of this movie.