iTunes has released the first trailer for Thor: The Dark World. Watch as the hero struggles to his keep his family and the universe from falling apart.
Relativity Media hasn't given up on The Crow. They've found an actor, who may have what it takes to bring the character back to life.
Loki's been a bad boy. In fact, he's been the big baddie for both last year's Thor and this summer's hit movie The Avengers. Heck, he's been so bad (in a good way) that he's even returning for an another encore in Thor: The Dark World. But will Loki make another return to be a pain in the butt for Earth's Mightiest Heroes in The Avengers 2?
After going up against Earth's Mightiest Heroes in The Avengers, Loki's (Tom Hiddleston) story came to an end with plenty of questions still unanswered. Now some set reports from Thor: The Dark World hint at what everyone's favorite god is up to next.
Just three days to go, and Marvel is still firing away The Avengers promotional stuff before the hugely anticipated tentpole film finally comes out in North America this Friday. They've released a brand new video featurette that puts the spotlight on that silver tongued God of Lies himself — Tom Hiddleston's awesome Loki.
Superhero movies tend to get picked on by critics, who often berate them as mindless summer time-wasters and even view comic books themselves as entertainment for little kids. But one highly educated fellow has risen to the movies' defense—and he knows a little something about working on the films too.
Kenneth Branagh may be out of the directing gig for Thor 2—the honor having gone to Monster director Patty Jenkins due to a scheduling conflict between the Shakespearean actor and Marvel Studios—but that doesn't mean the actor/director can't have a role in the anticipated sequel.
Being cast as Loki in Thor and The Avengers is probably the best thing that's ever happened to Tom Hiddleston's career, but things could have ended very differently. According to Hiddleston, he went after the Thor role, ended up in the running for Thor AND Loki, and didn't know where he'd land right up until the very end.
We're all for film directors who are fully dedicated to the movies they're making. But when that dedication extends so far as Joss Whedon — the mastermind behind Buffy, Angel and Firefly — doing his own crazy stunt while directing Robert Downey Jr on the set of The Avengers, we're thinking he's either bat-shit crazy, or truly dedicated to making the best film he can. Either way, we're impressed.
Marvel Studios surprised fans everywhere when it announced Patty Jenkins as the director of Thor 2, and one person who is very pleased about the choice is the villainous Loki.