With all the attention paid to Tom Hiddleston's third turn as Loki, it might be easy to forget that the God of Mischief is not, in fact, the primary villain in next month's Thor: The Dark World.
A new clip from the Marvel Studios sequel reminds us that Malekith the Accursed is the heavy this time around, giving Christopher Eccleston a gloomy entrance as the leader of the Dark Elves.
Marvel Studios is well aware of the fervor with which fans love Loki, so a new featurette promoting Thor: The Dark World keeps its focus squarely on the God of Mischief played by Tom Hiddleston in his third go-around as everyone's favorite Marvel baddie.
Hermanos...Enemigos...Y ahora aliados!
That's how a new international TV spot for Thor: The Dark World succinctly describes the relationship between Chris Hemsworth's Thor and Tom Hiddleston's Loki.
Disney continues the hype the hell out of Thor: The Dark World.
After so many TV spots, trailers, and character posters, though, the sequel is busting out its first clip, which focuses on probably the most popular element of the first Thor: the relationship between adopted brothers Thor and Loki.
The latest featurette promoting Thor: The Dark World is peppered with behind the scenes footage, interview snippets, and glimpses of big action, but stays focused on the sequel's increased scale.
Two new character posters, meanwhile, provide a portrait of Ray Stevenson in battle as Volstagg and our best look yet at franchise newbie Zachary Levi as Fandral.
In order to ensure that this winter's other epic fantasy sequel isn't overshadowed by the debut of a new The Hobbit trailer, we've got an assortment of goodies from Thor: The Dark World.
With not much more than a month before the Thor sequel hits theaters, Marvel Studios would like you to take in two international TV spots, eight official stills, and two behind-the-scenes pictures showing Alan Taylor directing the next Phase 2 movie.
With a new featurette, Marvel once again puts the relationship between Thor and Loki front and center in the promotion for Thor: The Dark World.
If, somehow, you've had your fill of Natalie Portman sucker-punching Tom Hiddleston, though, there are also two new character posters, this time featuring Idris Elba and Christopher Eccleston as the unflappable Heimdall and villainous Malekith, respectively.
In an extended TV spot showing off lots of new footage from Thor: The Dark World, Jane Foster calls out her God of Thunder boyfriend for blowing her off in The Avengers.
Thor: The Dark World has an embarrassment of riches as far as actors with real gravitas go.
That's a boon for the folks putting together TV spots like this latest one, which has Chris Hemsworth, Idris Elba, Tom Hiddleston, and Christopher Eccleston all making it clear that very important things are afoot in the latest from Marvel Studios.
Buff dudes in comic book movies are a dime a dozen, but two new posters for Thor: The Dark World put the fairer sex first, giving both Natalie Portman and Jaimie Alexander front and center.