Before Game of Thrones director Alan Taylor was tapped to direct Thor: The Dark World, Patty Jenkins was set to be in the director's chair ... but then she and Marvel studios parted ways. In turn, this decision made actress Natalie Portman quite unhappy with the studio and it's now reported that the actress may have been 'forced' back to reprise her role as Thor's (Chris Hemsworth) lady love Jane Foster.
A new trailer for Thor has been released, showing all of the action and excitement of the upcoming movie, but this version has three differences from the other trailers: 1) It's shorter than the other two full-length trailers, 2) It contains brief new footage and 3) It's in French.
The trailers for Your Highness keep on coming—and keep us vacillating between thinking this is going to be the funniest film of 2011 and thinking we've probably already heard the best jokes in the trailer and that the movie itself will be let-down.
What's a Thunder God without his hammer? Not much, apparently, at least according to this new clip from Marvel's upcoming film Thor, which shows that the son of Odin can be laid low by a very mundane force indeed.
Thor won't be in theaters until Friday, May 6, but that doesn't mean we have to wait until then for new footage. For some reason, Paramount Pictures decided to release more behind-the-scenes clips—with spoilers!—before Thor is released.
We all know Marvel's upcoming movie Thor (and all other superhero movies that have ever been made and ever will be made) are mostly about battles and blowing stuff up, right? Well ... not really. So to counteract that impression, two new pics have been released showing off the tender side of the God of Thunder.
Regardless of what you thought about the winners, the losers or the relative quality of the show itself, the 2011 Oscars did, in fact, happen. While this year's big sci-fi hope, Inception, didn't do as well as we'd have liked, there were still things to please—or infuriate—sci-fi fans.
In 2008, writer/director Spencer Susser made I Love Sarah Jane, a short movie about teens trying to get by during a zombie apocalypse. Now that Susser's first feature film, the upcoming Hesher, is getting some good notice thanks to stars Natalie Portman and Joseph Gordon Levitt, it looks like he may finally have the buzz he needs to make I Love Sarah Jane a full-length feature.