Thor Roundup: New International Trailer, Loki Gets A Poster, And Chris Hemsworth Has No Idea Who Ultron Is
You know what time it is. It’s roundup time! A few Thor related goodies have hit the web, and we’ve pulled them all together into one convenient location for your reading and viewing pleasure. A new international trailer featuring a few snippets of new footage has found its way online, Tom Hiddleston‘s Loki gets his own character poster for The Dark World, and Chris Hemsworth talks a little bit about Avengers: Age of Ultron.
A brand new international trailer for Thor: The Dark World has hit today. The minute and a half trailer is in German, so if you speak the language you’re in for a treat. Even if you don’t you can enjoy the fantastic visuals and see a few snippets of new footage. You can see it at the bottom of the article.
There have been a lot of character posters and promotional images for the upcoming sequel, and most of them have been pretty good. Of course there are exceptions like the horrible Natalie Portman poster that made the actress look like a bargain bin wax statue. Now a Loki-centric poster has been released (via Total Film). It too is an international piece of marketing from Germany, hence the title change. You can see Tom Hiddleston looking quite menacing with a blood soaked dagger. Is that Thor‘s blood? We’ll have to wait until November 8th to find out.
Finally, Chris Hemsworth has talked a very little bit about Avengers: Age of Ultron in a recent interview with MTV. He obviously remained tight-lipped about what he knows, especially since the script isn’t even finished, but he talked about the new villain and what he thinks of James Spader bringing him to life. When asked what he know about the Ultron, Hemsworth admitted it’s not much:
No. I haven’t had to look into it and understand it yet. I know the name. With all honesty, I have no idea.
[On Spader] He’s great. He’s awesome. The whole Avengers thing is now starting to come up in conversations and I’m like, ‘God, I’ve still got another film to shoot and ‘Thor 2′ hasn’t even come out yet. This ['Ultron'] script’s not even written yet. I know [screenwriter] Joss [Whedon] is [writing it now].
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