'Thor: The Dark World' Clip Shows Asgardian Air Battle: Plus More 'Thor 3' Talk

Thor: The Dark World is still a few weeks away, but it seems pretty likely to be a hit. I thought the movie was really fun, plenty of other critics agree, and fans are excited to see the Marvel Cinematic Universe continue to expand. All that makes it seem likely we'll see Thor 3 in the future. In fact, Kevin Feige exclusively told us they do have ideas about that film, but it's not in active development.

So what might those ideas be? Chris Hemsworth dropped a few hints on the Thor 3 plot in a new interview. Read that below and also check out a brand new, action-packed clip from the film, featuring Tom Hiddleston, that shows off the energy and humor present in Thor: The Dark World.

First up, here's the new clip from Thor: The Dark World via Moviefone.

Fun clip, and very symbolic of the tone and pacing of the whole movie. Read our review here.

Second, here's Hemsworth's quote, via ScreenRant, where he suggests a direction for Thor 3:

I think what's good about this is that each time, with the Avengers, we sort of made it difficult to separate them each time there's some sort of conflict it's like where's the rest of the team? And I liked that Thor has another universe or the universe to sort of take care of and keep him occupied. I think that in the comic book the sort of end of days, Armageddon aspect is probably the direction in which it will all head in. Where it's sort of the end of all things and there's obviously no script or anything when I read the comic books I thought it was an interesting way to go.

ScreenRant surmises he's referring to Ragnarok "an apocalypse of sorts that represents the end of Asgard." Is that what Kevin Feige was referring to when he told us the following:

...while we certainly have ideas of where we would like [Thor 3] to go, there are no specifics. We have to see how this one does and then go from there.

So bascially, if you like that clip and want to see more Thor, check out Thor: The Dark World on November 8.