Anyone who's seen Thor: The Dark World knows that Chris Evans makes a cameo as Captain America (well, as Loki pretending to be Cap, at least). But as it turns out Marvel shot another version of the scene with Tom Hiddleston in Cap's outfit instead. Let's watch!
While the Marvel heroine Valkyrie has been rocking it in Defenders comics off and on for over 40 years, the Norse warrior goddess has so far been absent from the Marvel movie-verse. But as this new concept art reveals, Brunnhilde almost made her debut in Thor 2: The Dark World!
The creators of the stunning Girl with the Dragon Tattoo title sequence were also the masters behind Thor: The Dark World's prologue battle. And now Blur Studio has unleashed a fantastic VFX that shows how the stunning battle between Malekith and Odin's father, King Bor. Watch the almost entirely CG creation come to…
One of the very best things about Kat Dennings' character (Darcy Lewis) in the Thor movies is how she pronounces Mjölnir. Instead of calling it by it's traditional Norse name she prefers to call it Mew-Mew. And some genius has created a "Mew-Mew Mjölnir."
We've been wondering exactly how S.H.I.E.L.D. would be dealing with the massive destruction that occurred in Thor: The Dark World. Now we know!
As with all the previous Marvel movies, Thor: The Dark World's final moments were full of surprises — including two scenes during the end credit. So we asked Marvel's Kevin Feige and director Alan Taylor all about the end credit scenes and the big twist before the credits. Major spoilers ahead...
This is a terribly silly concept, but one that's surprisingly well executed. What happens when Loki decides to ruin Thor's birthday party?
Thor: The Dark of the World is a total gamechanger for evil, spaceship-flying elves and hammer-throwing Norse gods. Thanks to director Alan Taylor's past work on Game of Thrones, we're getting to see the fantastical Asgard through the lens of reality, which only makes it more badass. Read what Taylor pushed for from…
Not only is actor Tom Hiddleston a charming impressionist, Comic-Con god, and Joss Whedon's secret soft-spot, but he's also an incredibly thoughtful person to chat deeply with about the inner workings of the God of Mischief, Loki, and his new mindset in Thor: the Dark World, premiering this Friday. Which we did. Swoon!
We've been wondering just how Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. would connect to the Marvel cinematic universe, and it looks like one of those connections is imminent. The events of an upcoming episode of the show will immediately follow the action of Thor: The Dark World.
Thor: The Dark World may look like it's in the same fantasy Viking realm, but Thor's home world of Asgard has had a few massive upgrades for the sequel. For starters, it no longer looks like a gold jewelry box. Odin's palace is entirely more organic thanks to the work of director Alan Taylor and his crew. We've got…
Thor: The Dark World is a lot of things, but more than anything it's funny. Really funny. Like, wipe away tears funny. And we've got a clip to prove it.
If you just can't wait to dig your eyeballs into Thor: The Dark World, carve out a little time today to watch these behind-the-scenes snippets from the filming of the movie.
Doctor Who's Ninth Doctor is a scary pale elf, in the first clip of Christopher Eccleston in Thor: The Dark World. He's having a whole Borg Queen moment, and the makeup looks excellent. I just want to know whose job it is to braid all the elves' hair each morning?
The biggest stand-out star from the Thor franchise has (surprisingly) been Loki. Tom Hiddleston is such a fan favorite that he was given center stage at Marvel's Comic-Con presentation this year. So it's only right that the very first clip from Thor 2 be all Loki, Loki, Loki.
If you didn't watch Agents of SHIELD last night — and based on the ratings, that seems unlikely — then you missed a brand-new spot for Thor: The Dark World showcasing more Loki, more Heimdall, more Jane Foster, and lots more of the dark elf Malekith, played by Doctor Who's Chris Eccleston.
Joss Whedon doesn't just deliver Marvel blockbuster ensemble action pieces, he's also been sticking around and cleaning up everybody else's messes on various Marvel sets too. Is your Marvel movie broken? Better call Joss!
After releasing a couple of resoundingly terrible posters, in which Natalie Portman is eating her hair (we assume because of stress) and Tom Hiddleston is wearing a zipper cape, the internet has responded with a much better poster for Thor 2.
Thor returns with all his old friends, including Natalie Portman! Because seriously, if he didn't come and get her after The Avengers, Jane Foster would be piiiiiissed.
The first trailer for Thor 2 features all manner of apocalyptic stuff. You can't help wondering why Thor doesn't just call his teammates in the Avengers — so we asked Marvel's Kevin Feige how they plan to address this in their post-Avengers movies. Here's what he told us.