If you were fast enough, you might have caught the bootleg video this morning of the new Avengers teaser that was tucked at the end of Captain America: The First Avenger. Unsurprisingly, it's already gone. Don't worry, though—we've still got you covered with the play by play.
There were lots of challenges faced by Marvel Studios President of Production Kevin Feige in bringing Thor to the big screen, and one of the biggies was something faced by many films based on older comics—updating the sometimes reactionary female characters so they don't live in the background or on the fringes of the story.
We hate to say this because it makes us look petty, but we're feeling a LOT jealous of the rest of the world right now. That's because we live in the U.S., and it seems like moviegoers in every other country on Earth have been able to catch Thor except for us. What's up with that?
Remember the awesome Darth Vader Super Bowl ad that blew all the other TV spots out of the water that night? Marvel just released a promo for Thor that replaces the Sith Lord with a mini Thunder God to create the best spoof of that viral video yet.
We know that you'll be distracted by all of that Chris Hemsworth-tussling-in-the-mud, but if you look closely and keep your eyes peeled at this Thor clip, you can just make out the Avengers archer watching the action from on high.
Two exciting TV spots for Kenneth Branagh's Thor have launched in Italy, and though we can't understand a bleepin' word that's being said, we at least get to see some really cool new footage.
To be fair, Patrick Dempsey does have lots of experience playing a handsome, talented surgeon with occasional delusions of grandeur. But does he have what it takes to fill the cloak of Earth's Sorcerer Supreme? He'd like to find out.
While we'd already heard that Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) was going to make a cameo appearance in Marvel's upcoming super-hero movie Thor, we didn't know how big of a cameo it was going to be ... until now. And we've got a few details on what we'll see.
Always wanted to see more of Professor Charles (Patrick Stewart) Xavier's bald head—instead of the full head of hair James McAvoy will sport in X-Men: First Class? Well, that wish may come true, because producer Lauren Shuler Donner let slip that not one but two sequels to X-Men: Last Stand are on the way.
A week or so ago, comics' own internet messiah, Warren Ellis, challenged his readers to redesign the cover to Stan Lee and Jack Kirby's first issue of Fantastic Four, with next to no information to go on. Here are some of the wonderfully unhinged responses.