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"Thor" (2011) ist die Verfilmung des gleichnamigen Marvel-Comics - unter der Regie von Kenneth Branagh (u.a. "Mary Shelley's Frankenstein")...

Der blonde Recke Thor (gespielt von Chris Hemsworth, u.a. J.J. Abrams' "Star Trek") ist ein arroganter Übermensch, der auf die Erde geschickt wird und dazu gezwungen ist fortan unter den "gemeinen" Menschen zu leben...

Es wirken u.a. mit... Tom Hiddleston als Loki, Natalie Portman (u.a. "Star Wars") als Jane Foster, Jaimie Alexander (u.a. "Kyle XY") als Sif und Colm Feore...

Die "Thor"-Verfilmung kam - nach einer Terminverschiebung - am 28. April 2011 in die deutschen Kinos. Das Sequel "Thor - The Dark World" soll am 7. November 2013 in die deutschen Kinos kommen...



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[22.10.2012]
CS! widmet sich der Frage "Wie passt Loki in "Thor: The Dark World" !?!"

[17.01.2012] CS! meldet...
Just a few days after it was confirmed that Jaimie Alexander would be returning to Asgard for Thor 2 comes word, via MTV, that Idris Elba will be back in the role of Heimdall as well.
"Thor 2 for sure," Elba responded when asked about future appearances in the Marvel Universe, "... We're going at it again."
The actor did admit that he had not yet met with Alan Taylor, the recently-announced director of the Marvel Studios sequel. He was also less certain when asked if Heimdall might make a cameo appearance in Marvel's The Avengers, confirming that he hasn't been involved (at least so far) in that project. [...]


[12.01.2012] Gegenüber MTV plauderte Jamie Alexander über "Thor 2"...

[11.01.2012] Deadline meldet...
Marvel Studios has set Saving Private Ryan scribe Robert Rodat to rewrite Thor 2 for director Alan Taylor. Rodat is reworking a draft by Don Payne. Disney will put the film into production later this year for release in 2013 with Chris Hemsworth returning as the title character. The sequel changed when Taylor, a prolific director of TV series including Game of Thrones, replaced Monster helmer Patty Jenkins. [...]

[10.01.2012] CS! meldet...
In an online chat at Empire, Tom Hiddleston revealed when and where Marvel Studios will start filming Thor 2:
I have no idea. And without revealing too much, there's a specific skill set you need to be Loki's army - let me know if you have the qualifications. And all I know about Thor 2 is that we're supposed to film it in London in the summer and that it's being directed by Alan Taylor. [...]


[26.12.2011] Deadline meldet...
Marvel Studios has found its Thor 2 director. I’m told that Marvel has set Alan Taylor, who was widely rumored to be on the short list to replace Patty Jenkins. Taylor is an accomplished TV director whose recent credits include Game of Thrones, Boardwalk Empire and Nurse Jackie, and he directed the feature Palookaville. Jenkins got the job but then fell out over differences with Marvel on the sequel.
This will put the film back on track to meet its November 15, 2013 release date. The sequel brings back Chris Hemsworth as the hammer-wielding superhero, from a script by Thor co-writer Don Payne. The Kenneth Branagh-directed original grossed $448 million worldwide and launched the star of Hemsworth, who reprised Thor in The Avengers [...]


[16.12.2011] THR meldet...
'Thor 2' Star Natalie Portman Furious Over Director Patty Jenkins' Firing
The actress is said to be deeply unhappy with Marvel over Jenkins' dismissal but is contractually obligated to stay with the project.
The success of Marvel Studios has allowed it to operate by its own rules, so perhaps it’s not surprising that its top executives neither knew nor cared that dropping Patty Jenkins as director of its Thor sequel would shock Hollywood. But perhaps the studio didn't count on shocking Natalie Portman, who is said to be deeply upset by the decision.
While the parties spun the Dec. 6 parting as an amicable split over creative differences, sources say Jenkins was fired without warning from a job that would have made her the first woman to direct a superhero tentpole. The news was out before anyone had told Portman, who had strongly urged Marvel to hire the director of 2003’s Monster (a film that won Charlize Theron her Oscar). According to sources, Portman had begun to question whether she wanted to continue acting at all right now -- possibly for several years -- because she wants to spend time with her baby boy, who was born in June. Portman was said to be re-engaged in Thor 2 because of Jenkins' involvement and especially proud that she would have played a role in opening the door for a woman to direct such a film. The Oscar winner is contractually obligated to stay with the project and Marvel is now said to be working overtime to smooth over the situation by including her in discussions about whom to hire as a replacement.
Meanwhile, insiders are telling widely divergent stories about why Marvel dropped Jenkins. A source with firsthand knowledge of the production says Marvel became concerned that Jenkins was not moving decisively enough and feared the film might miss its November 2013 release date. Exactly how Jenkins should have acted more decisively is unclear since no script was in place. Marvel had commissioned one from Don Payne before Jenkins came onto the project in October, but the studio now wants a rewrite.
Still, the source says the company felt she showed "a lack of overall clarity in her choices," which led to concern that the process would be "difficult."
But an insider in Jenkins’ camp says the lack of clarity might be on Marvel’s part. This person says Jenkins was so explicit about her vision for the film that she didn’t expect to be hired in the first place. The source speculates that Marvel executives might have been won over initially by Portman’s enthusiasm for Jenkins but then, "when they started to interview writers for the rewrite . . . may have decided they really weren’t comfortable."
"Marvel had certain things they needed to achieve," says another source. "There were constraints on what she could do creatively."
These sources say Jenkins respects Marvel’s imperatives and still wants to work with the company. She also doesn’t want this to be seen as gender-related, though that might be inevitable. A recent Annenberg study showed women directed only 3.6 percent of the top-grossing movies of 2009.
The directors Marvel is now considering to replace Jenkins -- Game of Thrones vets Daniel Minahan and Alan Taylor - are both men.
Sexual politics aside, Marvel has a reputation for calling its own shots. This is the company that offered Scarlett Johansson and Mickey Rourke a less-than-princely $250,000 for Iron Man 2 (that was negotiated up to something north of $400,000). The Disney-based studio has said in the past that it doesn’t mean to be disrespectful, just budget-conscious. But with certain exceptions - say, Robert Downey Jr. for the Iron Man series - the company is happy to lowball talent.
But as long as Marvel movies pull in those big global audiences (like $448.5 million for Thor), it has no reason to change course. "There’s a real arrogance," says a film agent. "But in this environment where everybody’s struggling to stay employed, their behavior is amplified." And agents can’t combat that. "We don’t have leverage," he says. "The movies are the stars." [...]


[07.12.2011] Wie Deadline meldet, ist die Regisseurin für das Sequel abgesprungen...
Director Patty Jenkins is leaving Thor 2. Best known for directing Charlize Theron to an Oscar in Monster and the pilot of AMC’s The Killing, Jenkins had been set to helm the film in late September. I’m told that Marvel Studios is already talking to agencies as it canvasses for a new director, something that is expected to happen quickly. Her exit had to do with creative differences, but the feeling is that she’ll probably end up working on one of these superhero films, but perhaps not on a sequel. Marvel will have to move fast because it has to meet a November 15, 2013 release date for the sequel, which brings back Chris Hemsworth as the hammer-wielding superhero, and Thor co-writer Don Payne is writing the script. [...]

[14.10.2011] Wie CS! meldet, steht die Regisseurin für das Sequel fest...
Marvel Studios announced today that Patty Jenkins will direct Thor 2, which will be released in theatres on Friday, November 15, 2013. Chris Hemsworth and Natalie Portman will return to star in the film along with Tom Hiddleston. Marvel Studios' Kevin Feige will produce the sequel to this summer's blockbuster Thor, which has grossed over $448 million worldwide to date.
Patty Jenkins previously directed Monster starring Charlize Theron, who won an Academy Award for her performance in the film. Jenkins, who received an Emmy nomination for directing the pilot of AMC's acclaimed series "The Killing," has also directed episodes of "Entourage" and "Arrested Development." Most recently, she directed "Pearl," one of the five short films that comprise Lifetime's original movie "Five." [...]


[23.09.2011] CS! berichtet über das Sequel...
On the heels of the breaking news earlier today that Patty Jenkins is likely to sign on as the director of Marvel Studios' upcoming Thor 2 comes the sequel's first plot details, straight from studio president Kevin Feige.
"[We're going to] take Thor literally to other worlds," Feige told EW, "...[It will] primarily be the journey of that character, of he and Jane Foster and how the new dynamic with his father is working out, as well as what are the broader stakes for The Nine Worlds."
The inclusion of Foster and Odin in the plot hints that Natalie Portman and Anthony Hopkins are likely to reprise their respective roles, but leading man Chris Hemsworth is, at the moment, the only fully confirmed cast member for the July 26, 2013 release.


[08.08.2011] CS! berichtet über das Sequel...
Brian Kirk is in talks to direct Walt Disney Pictures and Marvel Studios' Thor 2, Variety reports.
Kirk, best known for directing three episodes in the first season of HBO's "Game of Thrones," has also directed episodes of "Dexter," "Luther" and "Boardwalk Empire."
Set for release on July 26, 2013, Thor 2 will presumably move into production very shortly and studio confirmation either way should be forthcoming. To feature a script by Don Payne, the film will follow Disney and Marvel's Iron Man 3 in the summer of 2013. [...]


[03.07.2011] Deadline berichtet über das Sequel...
[...] Marvel Studios needs a director for Thor 2 with Kenneth Branagh departing, but they have got a writer. Marvel has set Don Payne, one of the credited scribes on the first film, to script the sequel. Payne rewrote Lobo for Warner Bros, and was one of the writers on Fantastic Four: Rise Of The Silver Surfer. His superhero experience started with My Super Ex-Girlfriend. Payne's also co-executive producer on The Simpsons, so there might be a laugh or two in between intergalactic mayhem. Chris Hemsworth is reprising his role as the hammer-swinging hero. The film will be released July 26, 2013 by Disney. [...]

[06.06.2011] CS! berichtet über die US-Kinocharts...
[...] Marvel Studios' Thor (Paramount) dropped to sixth place with $4.2 million, down nearly 56% from Memorial Day, bringing its own total to $169 million. [...]

[16.05.2011] CS! berichtet über die US-Kinocharts...
[...] Despite the release of two new movies in wide release, Marvel Studios' Thor, starring Chris Hemsworth, Sir Anthony Hopkins, Natalie Portman and Tom Hiddleston, remained in first place with an estimated $34.5 million, down roughly 48% from its opening weekend and bringing its North American total to $119.2 million. Internationally, the comic book adaptation added $27.5 million from 60 countries to bring its foreign total to $225 million. Thor has now reached $344.2 million worldwide. [...]

[09.05.2011] CS! berichtet über die US-Einspielergebnisse...
[...] The summer movie season continues to make up for a weak first quarter of the year as Marvel Studios' fourth feature film Thor, starring Chris Hemsworth, Sir Anthony Hopkins, Natalie Portman, Tom Hiddleston, Kat Dennings and Stellan Skarsgard, exploded into North American theaters with $66 million its opening weekend in just under 4,000 theaters. It averaged roughly $16.8k per site, while taking its place as the year's second-biggest opening. IMAX reports that $6.6 million, almost exactly 10% of the box office, came from the 213 IMAX venues in which the movie opened on Friday. Internationally, the movie has been an enormous hit, amassing $176 million since its staggered opening two weeks ago for a worldwide total of $242 million. [...]

[06.05.2011] Bei SHH! gibt es ein Interview mit Kenneth Branagh...

[05.05.2011] Bei CS! gibt es Video-Interviews mit Hemsworth, Hiddleston, Branagh, Hopkins, Jaimie Alexander und Kat Dennings...

[02.05.2011] Bei CS! gibt es ein 10-minütiges "Behind the Scenes"-Video...

[28.04.2011] Heute startet "Thor" in den deutschen Kinos...

[11.04.2011] Bei CS! gibt es eine Beschreibung von zwei Ausschnitten... Ausserdem bietet CS! einen 3-minütigen Blick hinter die Kulissen...

[09.04.2011] Ein weiterer "Thor" Clip / Ausschnitt ist online !!!

[08.04.2011] Zwei weitere "Thor" TV-Spots und ein Clip / Ausschnitt sind online !!!

[04.04.2011] Gleich zwei neue "Thor" TV-Spots sind online !!!

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Essential Thor - Volume 1
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Erscheinungstermin: 29. April 2011

24 Titel: u.a. "Sons of Odin", "To Jotunheim"



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VIDEOSPIELE - Hardware, Spiele & Zubehör Am 29. April 2011 erschien die Videospielumsetzung "Thor: God of Thunder" für PS3 und weitere Plattformen...
Schwingen Sie Mjöllnir, Thors legendären Hammer. Fühlen Sie die grenzenlose Macht eines Norse-Superhelden, während Sie Gegnerscharen mit eindrucksvollen zerstörerischen Nahkampf-Kombos, tödliche Hammerwürfe, verschiedene Grifftechniken und mit Hilfe von Thors Elementarkräften wie Sturm, Donner, Blitz und Wind zurück in die Hölle verbannen. Spüren Sie, was es bedeutet, einem 12 Tonnen schweren und 8 Meter großen Eisgiganten auf dem Schlachtfeld gegenüberzustehen...



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