Chris Hemsworth is a busy man. In addition to being the Marvel movie universe's Thor, the Australian actor has been promoting the upcoming Ron Howard drama 'Rush,' which sees him stepping into the role of Formula One racer James Hunt. However, no interview with Mr. Hemsworth could be complete without asking him about 'The Avengers: Age of Ultron,' but the God of Thunder himself can't spill any details. After all, he doesn't even have any details to spill. He doesn't even know who Ultron is!
Ron Howard's 'Rush' is over two straight hours of lionizing F1 drivers as though they were Gods who ride among us. That aspect is demeaning and insufferable. But the thing is, 'Rush' is a good enough movie on its merits that I pretty much enjoyed it. If you are one who enjoys racing, I can only imagine how you'll react. (Perhaps you should wear a bib for all the drooling.)
For the most part, comic book movies have stuck to summer release dates of late, so it will be interesting to see how 'Thor: The Dark World' fares this November. But of all the superheroes, Thor seems the most autumnal (perhaps it's the thunder). But we've now got the film's first TV spot, as the film opens in a little over two months.
With the release date of 'Thor: The Dark World' only about two months away, two new posters have arrived to remind us why we're excited for the next stage of Marvel's Phase Two. With each poster focusing on Thor and Loki respectively, these look like the first of two in a series. We'll probably get character posters for the rest of the film's cast in the coming weeks as marketing heats up.
There are many reasons a film can go back for reshoots. Sometimes, it's because the filmmakers need a few extra shots or scenes to make the movie better or fix a few issues. Sometimes, it's because the whole project is a disaster the needs surgery. We're not sure why 'Thor: The Dark World' is currently shooting new scenes, but we do know that much of the new footage will revolve around everyone's favorite mischievous Norse god/supervillain, Loki.
After waiting patiently for that 'Thor 2' trailer that first made its debut during Comic-Con 2013, fans were rewarded handsomely during YouTube's Geek Week. This new extended look at the god of thunder's sequel proved fruitful in unveiling tons of new footage to gawk at, though there are still plenty of juicy secrets to be unearthed. To learn more about what's to come, we've taken an even closer look at the new trailer by breaking down select moments.