Marvel's latest 'Thor 2' clip promises that, despite the new territories director Alan Taylor will take us to and the new villains wreaking havoc in the universe, Thor is still the same old Thor, who is exploding with self-confidence and prefers swooping in to save the day.
A new 'Thor 2' clip has hit the airwaves, this time featuring the arrival of the villain from 'The Dark World,' Christopher Eccleston's Malekith the Accursed. As the leader of the Dark Elves, he awoke from his slumber and is ready to lay waste to the cosmos.
The latest 'Thor: The Dark World' TV spot sells an action packed romp with two of the stars of 'The Avengers,' with the text focusing on that last part. It's an entertaining spot that makes this sequel look bigger and better than the first film.
Thor (Chris Hemsworth) and Loki (Tom Hiddleston) have had a tumultuous relationship. After attempting to destroy his brother and claim the throne of Asgard in 'Thor,' the trickster god unleashed an alien army on New York City in 'The Avengers' and was taken back home in chains for it. But in 'Thor 2,' our title hero will have to put all this aside to defeat a dark new threat.
Our latest look at 'Thor 2,' coming from an extended TV spot, showcases bits of new footage while finally explaining why its villain of 'The Dark World' choosing this time to attack the universe. So sit back and relax, it's prophecy story time!
Tuesday night marked the highly anticipated premiere of the Marvel TV series 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' (read our review HERE), and for those not watching at home, you missed a look at the brand-new 'Thor 2' trailer. Fortunately, you can see it and its bits of new footage right here.
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.)
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