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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.
Scheduled to open in theaters on November 8th is the highly anticipated sequel to Thor entitled Thor: The Dark World, which will mark the second film released in Marvel Studios' Phase Two. The new installment was directed by Alan Taylor (Kill The Poor) and based on a screenplay by Captain America: The First Avenger scribes Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, and popular Marvel Comics writer Christopher Yost. The sequel features returning cast members Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Natalie Portman (Jane Foster), Tom Hiddleston (Loki), Stellan Skarsgard (Dr, Erik Selvig), Idris Elba (Heimdall), Kat Dennings (Darcy Lewis), Ray Stevenson (Volstagg), Tadanobu Asano (Hogun), Jaimie Alexander (Sif), Rene Russo (Frigga), and Anthony Hopkins (Odin), as well as new cast members Christopher Eccleston (G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra), Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje (The Thing), and Zachary Levi (Tangled).
IAR's Managing Editor Jami Philbrick recently had the pleasure of sitting down with the beautiful Jaimie Alexander while she was promoting her new movie The Last Stand, which opens on January 18th and also stars Arnold Schwarzenegger. While we will run our interview with Alexander regarding The Last Stand closer to the films release date, we wanted to let you know now what the actress had to say about her work on Thor: The Dark World. The talented actress discussed the upcoming sequel, when she finished shooting, where we find the characters after the events of The Avengers, the darker tone of the film, more character development for Sif, exploring her possible romantic relationship with Thor, returning to the franchise without Thor director Kenneth Branagh, Marvel Comics scribe Christopher Yost's contributions to the project, and the addition of actor Zachary Levi as Warriors Three member Fandrai.
Having tagged along with Batman in The Dark Knight Rises, Joseph Gordon-Levitt might end up on a Marvel team in Guardians of the Galaxy, as he is apparently a contender to play the Peter Quill, the nominal lead of a team that also includes a talking, gun-wielding alien raccoon.
Next year's Marvel Studios sequel Thor: The Dark World is adding two new villains, both of whom will be played by Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje.
A comic-relief character is a difficult thing, always at risk of becoming obnoxious or feeling out of place, particularly in a superhero tale that jumps between cosmic happenings and a dusty desert town. Kat Dennings demonstrated a deft touch as the quippy sidekick Darcy Lewis in Thor, and it appears that Dennings is returning with an expanded role in next November's Thor: The Dark World.
Iron Man 3, the first movie of Marvel Studios' post-The Avengers "Phase Two," is about halfway through principal photography and will shoot in China later this summer. Another sequel, Thor: The Dark World, meanwhile, is preparing to begin production in England. Except for revealing the title at San Diego Comic-Con, Marvel's kept things fairly tight on the Thor follow-up, but a few teeny-tiny details have emerged online today.
Fandral, Hogun, and Volstagg didn't have too much to do in last year's Thor. They tagged along to Jotunheim and then showed up on Midgard to be all like, "Hey buddy, your dad's in an Asgardian coma and Loki's being a total douche" before a brief engagement with a metallic bad guy. Hopefully in Thor 2 they'll have more to do, but one of them will have a new face, as Josh Dallas won't be returning as Fandral, necessitating a new actor to fill out the eponymous thunder god's posse, The Warriors Three.
Netflix's streaming Watch Instantly service is fast becoming America's favorite way to watch movies (instantly). The library of available titles is so vast and mutable that you, the avid instant watcher, could no doubt use a guide as you navigate the streaming frontier.
Luckily for you, we'll be here every Tuesday to update you on the latest titles available for instant-watching, as well as bringing attention some gems and even some enjoyable calamities out there in the instantly watchable wilds.
Zachary Levi has given something really special to his latest character. In Disney’s Tangled, his Flynn Ryder is an exciting and unique hero that is reminiscent of Michael Douglas in Romancing the Stone. Generally, the knight in shining armor is not nearly this cool. Yet thanks to his talent, he has become the voice for one of the most exciting characters to inhabit the wonderful world of Walt Disney.
When he isn’t getting in trouble with a horse named Maximus, Levi is “Chuck” on the popular television show. This gifted actor really brings a sense of honesty and charm to any role he takes on.
There have been a number of really fantastic Walt Disney films. From Beauty and the Beast to The Lion King, Disney has proven time and time again they know how to tell a great story. Tangled is no exception. This re-telling of Rapunzel is an absolute delight! From the magnificent animation to the catchy tunes, there is much to love.
The story revolves around a young girl born with special healing powers in her lovely golden mane. Once she is born, a wicked old woman kidnaps her from her royal parents. She raises the girl as her own locked away in a hidden tower. With the princess safely sequestered, the deceitful old woman is able to exploit the child’s gift for her own eternal youth.