So according to Latino Review, the film spoilers that appeared on SuperHeroHype forums for the upcoming Marvel blockbuster, Thor, have been confirmed. Fair warning: If you’re not a fan of spoilers, we advise you to turn away from the screen.
We expected something more epic, but this will do for now. Luckily the five-minute that leaked a few months back has us still interested in the Marvel film. The official trailer will be available at 7 p.m. is available now courtesy of Yahoo Movies. That’s a mighty hammer he has there. [blip.tv ?posts_id=4515868&dest=-1]
We saw the 3D adaptation coming, but not the production date. Superhero Hype reports “The Avengers” film will begin shooting this February in LA, accommodating Robert Downey Jr.’s “Sherlock Holmes 2” shooting schedule. With “Thor” and “Captain America: First Avenger” being released Summer 2011, seems like the perfect marketing tools to tease the blockbuster film. … Continue reading
Hello! With all that hoopla about the “Thor” film being a disaster, the trailer begs to differ. Looks good to us for now. You be the judge! [blip.tv ?posts_id=3961222&dest=-1]
Three were predictable and the other three are ridiculously surprising. Chun-Li, Thor and Dr. Doom we saw coming. On the other, Okami’s Amaterasu, Super Skrull and Devil May Cry’s Trish? Damn! That’s what we’re talking about. Check out the Comic-Com trailer below, along with some screens and The Avengers reunion trailer. Why can’t Sprint ’11 … Continue reading
Perfect timing for Marvel to show off their latest superhero projects. And they look a little something like this…
ET got the exclusive on Marvel’s next blockbuster film. Anthony Hopkins in costume, plus onset interview with leads Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman and Kenneth Branagh. It’s a first look. [blip.tv ?posts_id=3758558&dest=-1]
Collider posts this exclusive concept art for actor Chris Hemsworth and his superhero attire. “Thor” receives Iron Man’s early summer spot in 2011, May 6. Hit the jump to see another look.
The L.A. Times reports the following: Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige admitted he and his team had considered converting the superhero sequel (Iron Man 2) into 3-D after seeing the success of “Avatar” and “Alice in Wonderland.” Given the extensive demands of post-production on “Iron Man 2,” however, they concluded there simply wasn’t enough time. … Continue reading