Having kicked off Phase Two with Iron Man 3, Marvel Studios continues the superheroics this November 8th with Thor: The Dark World.
The one and only Ray Stevenson, who reprises his role as Volstagg, is talking up the latest Marvel sequel, promising that The Dark World finds Asgard going to full-blown cosmic war, raising the stakes for the eponymous deity and his fellow superbeings.
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.
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.
The promising western Jane Got a Gun, which stars Natalie Portman in the title role, kicked off principal photography on Monday, but did so without a director.
Production has managed to stay more or less on track despite the sudden departure of Lynn Ramsay, however, as producers snappily hired Gavin O'Connor to take over directorial duties within about two days. As it gained a new helmer, however, the film lost Jude Law in a pivotal role.
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.
This week, Chris Hemsworth stars in his third movie of 2012, the Red Dawn remake which he filmed well before being anointed the God of Thunder in Thor. Contemporary invasion action aside, Hemsworth is talking up his famous character now, dropping some insights on the currently filming Thor: The Dark World and even Steven Spielberg's next movie Robopocalypse.
Unless Lucasfilm and Disney decide to once again drop some big Star Wars news before the day is through, we can declare this the week of Thor: The Dark World set photos. The latest crop of thoroughly unofficial images from the production have Chris Hemsworth and Christopher Eccleston surrounded by rubble and duking it out as Thor Odinson and Malekith the Accursed.
Since before the sequel started production over the summer, we've known that Thor: The Dark World would find the Asgardian Avenger facing off against the villainous Dark Elves of Svartalfheim, led by Christopher Eccleston as Malekith the Accursed. Thanks to a pair of new unofficial photos from the set, the Dark Elves themselves stand revealed in all their creepy alien glory.