THOR: THE DARK WORLDEmpire Online has posted a breakdown of the “Thor: The Dark World” trailer by the film’s cast and crew — including an exploration into Thor and Loki’s relationship by Chris Hemsworth.
“Each film has serviced their relationship,” Hemsworth told Empire. “And not in a gimmicky way — ‘oh, let’s bring back the brother and pair them up again!’ The dynamic with these two is that conflict only tends to bring them closer. And the big thing is, it doesn’t really matter what your family does, I think most of the time you can forgive them. Even if you don’t want to. It’s in your genes, you just keep coming back and giving them one more chance. Although, my biggest fear was having the audience there, heads in their hands, going, ‘Oh God, you’re gonna fall for it — again!'”
Comic Book Movie has also dug up a cool new photo of Hemsworth and Anthony Hopkins as Thor and Odin.
Opens November 8
MARVEL STUDIOSWired has posted a fascinating profile on Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige, detailing how the Marvel Cinematic Universe is all about the greater plan — a plan made so far in advance that the films may be planned for the next 8 years.
“I could arguably say what we’re planning for the year 2021,” Feige told “Wired.” “Will that happen? I don’t know. But what we planned for 2015 in 2006 is happening.”
The entire piece is a fascinating read and well worth the time of any Marvel Studios fan.
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2“Amazing Spider-Man 2” actor Dane DeHaan spoke with CBR about his role as Harry Osborn in the upcoming sequel and his approach to the longtime best friend of Peter Parker.
“I think what this version of Spider-Man does is it takes the Spider-Man characters and puts them in modern culture,” DeHaan told CBR. “So I started to look at Harry as, how does a person like this exist in modern day culture — and to me, he’s a trust fund baby. He grew up in New York City and he uses his wealth to hide his problems, like he almost uses his wealth to buy happiness. And I think there’s a big hipster trust-fund baby culture that kind of fits right into that world. So that was kind of my way in, or start in that world.”
Opens May 2, 2014
AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.MTV spoke with “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” stars Clark Gregg, Ming-Na Wen and Brett Dalton at Comic-Con International 2013, and Gregg related the story of dying and coming back to life as Agent Coulson behind-the-scenes.
Debuts September 24 on ABC
ADVENTURE TIME IN LEGOAs a part of YouTube’s Geek Week, Cartoon Network has posted a LEGO-ized version of the opening to “Adventure Time.” Check it out below.