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Depending upon where you live, you might have already been able to see Thor, but for US residents the film doesn’t open until May 6. We’ve seen a couple clips from the movie, and they’ve been not quite inspiring, though international reviews suggest that any severe worries about the film’s ability to entertain are probably unfounded.
But there’s a new last-minute look at the film. Appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, Jaimie Alexander, who plays Sif, was introduced with an action-packed clip that might be more along the lines of what people are hoping to see from the film. Check it out after the jump. Read More »
Now, before you go reading the headline the wrong way, this new clip from Thor doesn’t feature a cameo from Ant-Man or Wasp. The cameo is tiny, not the Avenger. But there is a shot that seems to feature a character that we knew would have at least a small part in the film. I won’t give it away here, in case you’ve remained ignorant of all possible cameos up to this point, but the clip and info are after the break. Read More »
Here are two new international posters for Thor that proclaim the immortality of courage. One of the sheets is an ugly photoshopped thing with more floating heads than an average season of Futurama. The other is a better image, if only by comparison to the first. Check them both out after the break. Read More »
Marvel Studios and Paramount will be unleashing Thor upon the world in just under two months — the film opens on May 6 — and we could well see another chunk or two of the film released to the public before opening day. In the meantime, check out the French trailer for the film, which offers a couple of very slight new visions that didn’t make it into the last couple domestic trailers. Read More »
God of thunder, or god of blood? Marvel and Paramount have dropped a new banner and poster for Thor today, and they’re both very…red. The look works quite well, actually — it says that the movie is a hell of a lot more severe than some of the other ad materials have suggested. Whether that is really the case remains to be seen, and the footage we’ve seen so far still suggests a very pop-fantasy comic book vibe. Either way, these images are solid.
See both in full after the break. Read More »
Marvel Studios and Paramount Pictures have released a second trailer for Thor. We’ve seen one trailer which was built from the same footage run last year at Comic Con, and then a Super Bowl commercial which rehashed that first trailer in a brief 30 seconds. This trailer is centered as much around Natalie Portman (she’s an Oscar nominee, remember) as it is around Chris Hemsworth, and even opens up with a pretty good joke.
Check out this new look at the film after the break. Read More »
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Here’s the Super Bowl spot for Marvel Studios’ Thor , starring Chris Hemsworth as Thor and featuring Natalie Portman and Anthony Hopkins. It’s mostly a condensed version of the first teaser trailer for the film (that also being the footage we saw at Comic Con last summer) but there are a few new shots here. The pace is great and the energy level is high. Check it out after the break. Read More »