Phase 2 properly kicks off Stateside tomorrow with the release of Iron Man 3, so that means it's time to start getting all lathered up about Thor: The Dark World, this year's other Marvel Studios sequel following an Avenger on his next solo adventure.
In order to ensure we remember what Chris Hemsworth looks like as Thor, Marvel has released a new image of the star in his redesigned Asgardian costume.
Synopsis: In the aftermath of Marvel’s Thor and Marvel’s The Avengers, Thor fights to restore order across the cosmos…but an ancient race led by the vengeful Malekith returns to plunge the universe back into darkness. Faced with an enemy that even Odin and Asgard cannot withstand, Thor must embark on his most perilous and personal journey yet, one that will reunite him with Jane Foster and force him to sacrifice everything to save us all.
If the trailer for Thor: The Dark World didn't quite slake your mighty thirst for Chris Hemsworth looking like a damn Adonis, then you're in luck.
Universal has unveiled the first poster for Ron Howard's high-velocity drama Rush, and it contains one thing and one thing only: Chris Hemsworth staring out at the world in a close up of steely blue eyes, blond hair, and general manliness.
The very first trailer for this fall's Thor: The Dark World has galloped across the Rainbow Bridge to Migdard.
Listen, we here at IAR are suckers for any trailer where an Anthony Hopkins makes profound voiceover declarations, so we're biased, but we think the second of three Phase 2 solo sequels looks damn promising.
Remember how the God of Thunder vowed to return to Midgard in order to reunite with his human lover in Thor, then didn't even throw a "Yo, girl" her way in The Avengers. True, there were extenuating circumstances, but Thor didn't even text Jane Foster.
Well, Marvel Studios has released a pair of new official images from this year's Thor: The Dark World, and two of the big creative figures on the movie have discussed some story elements, confirming that Thor's going to be in the doghouse for avoiding Jane whilst saving the world.
With just two weeks until Iron Man 3 kicks off Phase 2 Stateside, Marvel Studios is hitting the promotional gas on its other 2013 sequel featuring a member of The Avengers.
The first teaser poster for Thor: The Dark World, due in theaters on November 8th, is currently making the rounds online.
In addition to Dark Elves running amok, Asgardians being all noble, and no small amount of Mjolnir-swining action, this year's Thor sequel will apparently include a very small appearance by Chris O'Dowd.
In the most offhand way possible, O'Dowd himself reveals that he filmed what sounds like a cameo in Thor: The Dark World, which arrives in theaters on November 8th.
A Good Day to Die Hard opened number one at the box office over President’s Day weekend proving that John McClane (Bruce Willis) and the long-running franchise is still beloved by movie audiences everywhere.
The film, which is the fifth installment in the action franchise following the original Die Hard, Die Hard 2: Die Harder, Die Hard with a Vengeance, and Live Free or Die Hard, is the first film in the series to take place on foreign soil. When McClane’s estranged son, Jack (Jai Courtney), is arrested for murder, John must travel to Moscow to help save his boy. But all is not as it seems, as Jack is actually a CIA operative undercover tracking a dangerous group of terrorists trying to steal weapons of mass destruction. Now it is up to the father and son team to put their differences aside and do what McClanes do best … fight terrorists. Director John Moore, best known for helming action films like Behind Enemy Lines, Flight of the Phoenix, and Max Payne, takes over the series from former franchise directors John McTiernan (Die Hard, Die Hard with a Vengeance), Renny Harlin (Die Hard 2: Die Harder), and Len Wiseman (Live Free or Die Hard), respectively.
I recently had a chance to sit down with John Moore to talk about his work on A Good Day to Die Hard, and the challenges of taking over the iconic franchise. The outspoken director discussed the new film, becoming a Die Hard director, collaborating with series star Bruce Willis, the daunting task of casting John McClane’s son, the big name actors who were considered for the role, the organic way he fit in McClane’s famous catch phrase, and if he would like to return to direct the inevitable Die Hard 6.
Marvel Studios has been laying on the Iron Man 3 promotion pretty thick an anticipation of this Sunday's sixty-second Super Bowl TV spot. So it's no surprise that Disney has dropped a new image featuring a cast member who hasn't been properly showcased thus far.
Iron Man 3 is but one of two Marvel Studios movies arriving this year, though, and with that in mind, there's also a new behind the scenes image from November's Thor: The Dark World.
Just a few hours from now, Steven Spielberg's Lincoln will almost find itself the subject of many an Academy Award nomination, but what of his next movie? Robopocalypse, a large-scale sci-fi adventure packed with solid actors that was meant to be the Bearded One's next movie, has been indefinitely halted at the behest of Spielberg himself.