As the holidays approach, it's easy to get caught up in Black Friday deals, turkeys and Christmas lights. But, with Thanksgiving approaching, 'Thor: The Dark World' star Jaimie Alexander surprised some kids at the Children's Hospital of Los Angeles who won't get to spend the holidays at home. Better yet? She showed up in character as Lady Sif. Awesome.
Thor 2: The Dark World
Marvel’s ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ assembles its eighth episode “The Well,” as the aftermath of 'Thor: The Dark World' leads the team to discover an ancient Asgardian relic that grants a terrorist group super-strength, while Ward's encounter with the mysterious object brings to mind painful memories of his past.
Previous ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ episode “The Hub” saw a classified Level 8 mission strand Ward and Fitz in enemy territory, while Skye struggled with the S.H.I.E.L.D. secrecy inherent to the organization, and Coulson came to a disturbing realization, so how does ABC’s ‘Avengers‘-adjacent series keep us marveling at its inaugural season?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’’s eighth episode, “The Well!”
If there's one thing that we're reminded of a few times a year here at the Weekend Box Office Report, it's that films targeted at black audiences are always ignored by many mainstream movie websites ... until they open huge at the box office. 'The Best Man Holiday' is the latest film to prove that there's an entire group of moviegoers who aren't being given the films they obviously want to see, and hopefully its success will spur Hollywood into action, allowing for the production of more movies with black casts and filmmakers. Maybe. This is Hollywood, after all.
This past week's 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' installment "The Hub" took us deeper into the heart of the Marvel cinematic universe than we've explored to date, going S.H.I.E.L.D.-heavy with Victoria Hand and references to the Triskelion, but will next week's "The Well" deliver on its promise of exploring 'Thor: The Dark World''s fallout? Find out in Marvel's massive set of photos from the hour!
'Thor 2' has plenty of surprising twists and turns, but one the biggest occurs in the literal final moments of the film, right before the cut to ending credits. Before you read any further, we're about to completely spoil the ending of the film, so turn back now if you haven't seen it yet. You've been warned!
'Thor 2' dropped his hammer on the box office over the weekend, posting a stout $86.1 million to lead all contenders. To date, it has banked $327 million worldwide, and has a very good chance at approaching the $1 billion global mark … something that is becoming status quo for Marvel Studios.
While the end credits for ‘Thor: The Dark World’ teased ‘Guardians of the Galaxy,’ fans of Asgard’s protector probably want to know when they’ll be able to see 'Thor 3' in theaters again – if ever. Let’s break down everything that we know about ‘Thor 3,’ starting with a release date.
If you stuck around in theaters this weekend (and we're sure you did), you saw the 'Thor 2' post-credits scene and might have a few questions. (For the purposes of this article, we'll focus on the more interesting mid-credits scene and not on the sillier sequence at the very end.) So, who was that guy? And what is he talking about?
There was no question of whether or not 'Thor: The Dark World' was going to open at number one this weekend. Of course it was. The big question was whether it would get a post-'Avengers' bump, or if it would do similar business to its 2011 predecessor. Question answered: it got a bump and a pretty good one, too.
The movie may be called 'Thor: The Dark World,' and fans are certainly buying tickets to see Thor and Loki get into some serious Asgardian action, but it's the women of the film who are really kicking ass. The clever Jane Foster, the warrior Sif, Thor's mom, and even comedic relief Darcy are dialed into the action much more this time around, giving them equal stature among their male counterparts and proving once again that when it comes to female heroes, Marvel does it right.