The latest images from the Bourne Wood set of Thor: The Dark World show Chris Hemsworth, Jaimie Alexander and an oddly armored man in a battle scene from the Marvel sequel.
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Photos from the Bourne Wood set of Marvel’s Thor: The Dark World show Jaimie Alexander and armored Asgardians in battle against creature-like warriors.
New images from the Thor: The Dark World set in England’s Bourne Wood show a world very different than Earth and Asgard.
Marvel’s Thor: The Dark World reportedly will shoot some scenes in Iceland, a location familiar to director Alan Taylor, who’s used the island country as a backdrop for HBO’s Game of Thrones.
Marvel is shooting what sounds like an epic battle scene for Thor: The Dark World in Lincolnshire, England, under the name Thursday Mourning.
A stuntman let slip that he and others were asked to portray elves while working on Thor: The Dark World, the sequel to Marvel’s 2011 hit, seemingly confirming a trip to Svartalfheim by the god of thunder.
In its Hall H presentation at Comic-Con International, Marvel Studios confirmed Ant-Man and Guardians of the Galaxy and announced titles for its Captain America and Thor sequels: Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Thor: The Dark World.
Casino Royale actor Mads Mikkelsen reveals he had to withdraw from negotiations to play the unidentified villain in Marvel’s Thor sequel after being cast in the title role of NBC’s thriller Hannibal.
Sporting the requisite Van Dyke, Chuck star Zachary Levi has confirmed he’s been cast as Fandral in Marvel’s Thor sequel, replacing Josh Dallas as one-third of the Warriors Three.
After turning in important performances in Thor and The Avengers, Stellan Skarsgard confirmed he’ll reprise his role as Dr. Erik Selvig in Marvel’s Thor 2, which begins filming later this year.
Marvel is reportedly prepared to offer Chuck star Zachary Levi the role of the swordsman Fandral in Thor 2 after Josh Dallas was forced to drop out of the sequel because of his commitment to ABC’s Once Upon a Time.
Casino Royale villain Mads Mikkelsen will star opposite Hugh Dancy in NBC’s Hannibal, the new thriller by Bryan Fuller that explores the relationship between young psychiatrist Hannibal Lecter and FBI profiler Will Graham.