Thor 2 Trailer

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'Thor: The Dark World' trailer: Marvel meets 'Game of Thrones'

23 April 2013 | 7:00 pm April 23, 2013 | 11:43 a.m. The first teaser trailer for Thor: The Dark World reveals a darker take on Marvels hammer-wielding demigod, an Asgard at war with other worlds and Chris Hemsworths superhero so desperate that he teams up with the one person he knows he cant trust. http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/news/movies/la-et-hc-thor-the-dark-world-trailer-sl,0,3540375.storylink?track=rss

Official trailer: Thor's world grows 'Dark'

23 April 2013 | 6:28 pm After saving the world in "The Avengers," Marvel Comics' resident thunder god returns for another solo adventure in the sequel "Thor: The Dark World." http://www.freep.com/article/20130423/ENT01/304230069

'Thor 2': Let's dissect the trailer!

23 April 2013 | 5:10 pm Darren Franich freezes frames from new promo to shed some light on what lurks in ''The Dark World'' http://popwatch.ew.com/2013/04/23/thor-2-trailer-deep-dive/

The 'Thor 2: The Dark World' Trailer Is Here | The Blemish

23 April 2013 | 5:23 pm Here we go. The Thor 2: The Dark World trailer finally hit. In this one, we find out what Thor's weakness is. A girl. Specifically, Natalie Portman. He's s. http://theblemish.com/2013/04/the-thor-2-the-dark-world-trailer-is-here/

Cele|bitchy Blog Archive The first trailer for 'Thor 2 has barely …

23 April 2013 | 4:30 pm Tom Hiddleston is barely in the trailer for Thor 2! Natalie Portman is in it a lot though. HA, that should make people want to see it. [The Loop] Jon Stewart loves making fun of CNN. [Gawker] Khloe Kardashian totally got fired http://www.celebitchy.com/293606/the_first_trailer_for_thor_2_has_barely_any_tom_hiddleston_links/

"Thor: The Dark World" Trailer – Watch 'Thor 2' Official Teaser …

23 April 2013 | 1:19 pm Thor: The Dark World Trailer – WATCH VIDEO Official 'Thor 2' Teaser for Sequel. http://www.gossipcop.com/thor-2-dark-world-trailer-watch-youtube-video-official-teaser/

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13 Responses to Thor 2 Trailer

  • Matthew says:

    Will Loki Be A Good Guy In Thor: The Dark World? Im a huge fan of the new Marvel movies and I saw the new trailer for Thor 2 and i saw that Thor goes to Loki for help and threatens to kill him if he betrays him and it look like Loki agrees…so will Loki redeem himself and turn into a good guy for Thor 2 and possibly the avengers 2? or will he betray Thor and die??

    • Curator says:

      Well, you are going to have to wait. We are getting Ironman 3, Thor 2, and Capt. America 2 before Avengers 2 comes out.

      A2 isn’t going to be out until 2015. So, no, there is no new trailer yet

    • Curator says:

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  • Why Best-sellers Adaptations And Sequels Are Flooding Hollywood? Don’t get me wrong. I know that novel adaptation was there from the dawn of cinema (and from the dawn of plays and operas), and I know that sequels where found in novels as well. I have nothing against it.

    However, in recent years all I see there is some adaptation of a new best-seller or it’s the sequel of some movie. Can somebody explain this to me?

    • Curator says:

      Yes, I can. It’s simple economics.

      Every time a studio makes a movie, they are placing a bet. They wager millions – sometimes hundreds of millions – on each film. The bet is that enough people will want to buy tickets to the movie for the studio make a profit.

      At the studio, individual jobs are on the line. A single major flop, a movie that loses money, can cost a studio executive his entire career. So they want to avoid box office failure at all cost. They all want a big hit, but at a minimum, they at least want to recoup the original cost of making the movie.

      In today’s world, the opening weekend is vital. A movie can sometimes make back almost all of its money in that first opening weekend – if it’s a big one. And that opening weekend sets the tone for the rest of the movie’s run. Opening weekend takes place before word of mouth spreads – people go to see the movie blind, and base their decisions to go (or not to go) to the movie on little more than the title, the stars, and the basic concept (as seen in the trailer).

      With all of this at risk, studio execs desperately want insurance that the movie will be a hit. They want something that will guarantee success – or at least strongly increase the odds in their favor.

      One of those ways is to sell a product with a built-in audience.

      It isn’t easy to educate an audience about a brand new film they never heard of before. But if the movie is a sequel to a hit film, there is no need to explain it, or to convince people to see it – they already know what it is, and there’s already a built-in audience waiting to see it.

      The same is true of movies based on very popular books (such as Harry Potter or the Hunger Games), or based on TV shows, or even based on video games or toys. All of these provide a hook – easy name recognition – and some sense of security in the minds of studio execs that people will at least be familiar with the idea, and that the brand comes with its own built-in audience of fans who will go to see the movie on opening weekend, regardless of quality.

      In other words, they are playing it safe.

      Rather than gamble with a brand new idea that might well fall flat on its face on opening day, they prefer to have as much insurance as they can by backing a nice, safe sequel (or adaptation). What they all aspire to is a franchise – a series of films that continues to sell, episode after episode, like the Harry Potter or Star Wars franchises.

      And it does often work. The best selling movie of all time, “Gone with the Wind”, was an adaptation of (what was at the time) a very popular book. The Star Wars and Harry Potter sequels made billions. And even sequels which are weak still tend to have big opening weekends that at least recoup their original costs (before people figure out that they stink).

      Hence, you can look forward to “Iron Man 3”, “Thor 2” and “Pirates of the Caribbean” infinity, because Hollywood is a business, and its all about making money. Those movies make money, and as long as they do, Hollywood will continue to make them.

      You vote every time you buy a ticket. Your money tells Hollywood what you want to see, and what you don’t want to see, and they are happy to oblige by giving you more (or less) of what you want.

    • Curator says:

      There are innumerable films I’m looking forward too for next year and among them are:

      A Good Day To Die Hard ( I love the Die Hard series so I’m looking really forward to this one)

      After Earth (Looks really good and maybe this will be M. Night. Shyamalan’s great comeback)

      Broken City (Russell Crowe and Mark Wahlberg in crime drama)

      Carrie (Remake of the classic horror from 76′, looking forward to it)

      Elysium (Matt Damon in sci-fi film set in the future, looks interesting)

      Evil Dead (Looks very promosing and may be close to the original)

      Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters (Tommy Wirkola, my favourite Norwegian director makes his Hollywood debut!)

      Iron Man 3 (I love Iron Man and Robert Downey Jr. and we finaly get to see the villain Mandarin)

      Kick-A$$ 2 (First one was a pleasant surprise and I’ve heard that Jim Carrey is involved)

      Mama (May be on if this year’s decent horror movies)

      Man of Steel (Superman needed a reboot and this looks really promising)

      Oblivion (Tom Cruise in yet another sci-fi film, trailer looks good)

      Oz, The Great And Powerful (Sam Raimi and James Franco, sounds really good)

      Red 2 (First one was pretty cool, think I’ll look up this one)

      Fast Six (Fast Five was a surprising improvement for the franchise making a sixth entry worthy)

      Great Gatsby (Looks interesting)

      Hangover 3 (Will hopefully improve over the second one)

      The Last Exorcism Part 2 (First one sucked and I wouldn’t care about a sequel, but the trailer was fresh)

      The Last Stand (Arnold is baaaaack!)

      The Wolverine (Origins was above-average, but this one seems promising with James Mangold as the director)

      Thor 2 (It’s a Marvel film, must see)

      World War Z (May be just as good as 28 Days and Brad Pitt is in it)

      Star Trek 2 (Trailer looks terrific and Benedict Cumberbatch makes a promising villain)

      Anchorman 2 (Will Ferrell returns to his best character ever played)

      Don Jon’s Addiction (Joseph Gordon-Levitt makes his director debut)

      Jack The Giant Slayer (Looks very good)

      Machete Kills (The first one from 2010 was pretty good, so I’m definitely gonna look this one up)

      Monsters University (I grew up with the first one, so I can’t wait this one to hit the screens)

      Now You See Me (Promising looking heist film with a good cast)

      Pacific Rim (Hopefully Guillermo Del Toro’s finest film since Pan’s Labyrinth)

      Sin City 2 (If you’ve seen the first one, you will know)

      The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug (First one which came out this christmas was terrific and I can’t wait to see the sequel and Smaug of course!)

    • Curator says:

      October 2011? Sadly no. It’s been delayed.

      As with the previous entries expect it around summer the following year.

      Anyone who thinks the game is coming out this month is on crack. Since when has a major game such as gta get dropped into stores with zero promotion or notice with only a teaser trailer being released? I might as well say Thor 2 is coming out next month even though it’s still being shot. Just because I saw some teaser images.

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