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Old 25-04-2013, 18:36
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Chris Hemsworth mumbling his way through another film
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Old 26-04-2013, 13:22
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Chris Hemsworth mumbling his way through another film
Strange, I find he over pronounces his words as Thor (which would be in keeping with the nature of his character I guess)
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Old 26-04-2013, 15:10
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Strange, I find he over pronounces his words as Thor (which would be in keeping with the nature of his character I guess)
Yeah i agree, i definitely wouldn't say Hemsworth mumbles, especially when he's playing Thor Maybe Big Boy Barry needs to turn his speakers up a bit or something

As for the trailer, it looked good, but i really don't like that it's partially set in the UK, whenever a film is set in the UK i always feel that it takes on a depressing tone, plus to me it just didn't seem "right" when you see a character as fantastical as Thor in an area that looked as drab as the council flats in London. It just seemed false to me.
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Old 29-06-2013, 19:48
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I wonder if we will get another trailer for Thor 2 soon especially with Comic Con being soon!
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Old 25-07-2013, 00:44
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So the new Thor The Dark World trailer will debut on the 7th August
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Old 25-07-2013, 09:37
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So the new Thor The Dark World trailer will debut on the 7th August
Cool. I want to see those Elves!
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Old 26-07-2013, 01:46
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Its rumoured the new trailer will be a cut down version of the footage shown at Comic Con
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Old 26-07-2013, 08:58
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There's nothing in that trailer that has me buzzing and desperate to see the film. I could never really get into Thor when I read the comics decades ago. I always found him bland.
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Old 26-07-2013, 10:32
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Iron Man - 9/10
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Old 27-07-2013, 14:59
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Old 27-07-2013, 19:23
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I'm pleased to report Loki is not going to be in Avengers 2 and is unlikely to be in Avengers 3. Whist I was routing for him in Thor, he became extremely irritating in Avengers. I hope he dies in Thor 2
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Old 27-07-2013, 20:58
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I'm pleased to report Loki is not going to be in Avengers 2 and is unlikely to be in Avengers 3. Whist I was routing for him in Thor, he became extremely irritating in Avengers. I hope he dies in Thor 2
They won't kill him off, he is too loved. But he most certainly needs to be rested.
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Old 28-07-2013, 05:56
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They won't kill him off, he is too loved. But he most certainly needs to be rested.
You say that but they do have a habit of killing people in these Marvel based films.

If you think of the first three Spiderman films, Goblin...dead octopus...dead... Sandman....dead ( I think, it's been a while since i seen it)

Captain America - Red Skull.... dead

Iron Man... Jeff Bridges character... dead
Iron Man 2... Whiplash.... dead

X-Men jean Grey.... dead Cyclops... dead Professor X.... dead (or is he?)

Wolverine.... Sabretooth... dead (if i remember correctly)

They have no problems with killing characters in these films. most likely as they have such a huge gene pool to pick from they don't need to worry abiut re-using them all the time.

It's already been announced that Loki won't be in Avengers 2, so they don't need to keep him alive for that.
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Old 28-07-2013, 10:40
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^^^ Sandman didn't die. Die he not turn into sand and jump across the city at the end of it ?
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Old 28-07-2013, 12:00
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You say that but they do have a habit of killing people in these Marvel based films.

If you think of the first three Spiderman films, Goblin...dead octopus...dead... Sandman....dead ( I think, it's been a while since i seen it)

Captain America - Red Skull.... dead

Iron Man... Jeff Bridges character... dead
Iron Man 2... Whiplash.... dead

X-Men jean Grey.... dead Cyclops... dead Professor X.... dead (or is he?)

Wolverine.... Sabretooth... dead (if i remember correctly)

They have no problems with killing characters in these films. most likely as they have such a huge gene pool to pick from they don't need to worry abiut re-using them all the time.

It's already been announced that Loki won't be in Avengers 2, so they don't need to keep him alive for that.

All those characters were villians (pretty much serving one purpose - Antagonise then die for the hero to prevail), where as Loki is almost synonymous with Thor's mythical universe. In addition to the family tie between them. He is more valuable alive, even if he isn't interacting with Thor.
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Old 28-07-2013, 13:41
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All those characters were villians (pretty much serving one purpose - Antagonise then die for the hero to prevail), where as Loki is almost synonymous with Thor's mythical universe. In addition to the family tie between them. He is more valuable alive, even if he isn't interacting with Thor.
I don't understand why people still liked him after Avengers, he completely destroyed any empathy for the character.
All he did in Avengers was tell everybody to kneel and growl/whisper.

Why don't they just improve Thor?
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Old 07-08-2013, 20:42
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New trailer for Thor 2.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=npvJ9FTgZbM

Great trailer. Love the end, love the score.

Looks like a blast.
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Old 08-08-2013, 20:23
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I'm pleased to report Loki is not going to be in Avengers 2 and is unlikely to be in Avengers 3. Whist I was routing for him in Thor, he became extremely irritating in Avengers. I hope he dies in Thor 2
Why did anyone think he would be?

The only reason he was the villain in Avengers was so that they could claim it was true to the original comics as he was their first villain the team fought despite that...

a) The movie version of Loki is more sympathetic than the comic version which had those elements developed over time.

b) A trickster god doesn't suit the grander way the Avengers come together in the movie hence why it was Thanos orchestrating it.

They won't kill him off, he is too loved. But he most certainly needs to be rested.
I think it'll be fine to keep him in Thor movies as he's important to that mythos and undeniably suits it.
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Old 08-08-2013, 21:13
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Why did anyone think he would be?

The only reason he was the villain in Avengers was so that they could claim it was true to the original comics as he was their first villain the team fought despite that...

a) The movie version of Loki is more sympathetic than the comic version which had those elements developed over time.

b) A trickster god doesn't suit the grander way the Avengers come together in the movie hence why it was Thanos orchestrating it.




I think it'll be fine to keep him in Thor movies as he's important to that mythos and undeniably suits it.
He's good in Thor but since then he's been annoying. He's a pantomime villain now. Laughable
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Old 08-08-2013, 22:16
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Looks good a good 2 hours where I can lose myself and enjoy and good romp.

Asgard looking great as usual, screw earth they shud just set the whole film on Asgard.
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Old 09-08-2013, 01:56
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He's good in Thor but since then he's been annoying. He's a pantomime villain now. Laughable
He's only been in one other movie besides Thor though.

I don't think one movie were he had to be written differently damages the character so much that he can't be used well in what essentialy his own franchise.
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Old 13-08-2013, 14:42
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Natalie Portman confirmed that they're probably going to make Thor 3! http://buzzsauce.co.uk/film/natalie-...-in-the-works/
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Old 20-10-2013, 19:52
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Only a week and half till Thor 2 is released!

Also Thor 2 cert is 12A,its 111 minutes long and will have a mid credit scene as well as a end credit scene.Captain America 2 trailer is also Appartently 2 minutes long and is expected to be shown before Thor 2
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Old 20-10-2013, 19:59
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Only a week and half till Thor 2 is released!

Also Thor 2 cert is 12A,its 111 minutes long and will have a mid credit scene as well as a end credit scene.Captain America 2 trailer is also Appartently 2 minutes long and is expected to be shown before Thor 2
Cannot wait for Thor 2, a couple mates & myself are going to the IMAX for the midnight showing on the 30th, so chances are we will avoid the majority of the Teens. Didn't know about the Captain America 2 trailer, hopefully will get to see that.
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Old 20-10-2013, 20:03
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Its only a rumour about the Captain America trailer but Appartently the BBFC have classified the trailer so it would make sense for it to be shown before Thor 2!

I'm not doing the midnight screening as Ive got the 30th off work so I will be going into the first screening of the day!
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