Originally Posted by Moridin
No. You're confused. IM3's first trailer & poster didn't debut 7 months ago - they debuted October 22nd, about 4.5 months ago; aka, under 7 months before the films release at the end of next month.
Thor will have a trailer out with IM3, which is... wait for it... under 7 months away from the films release. We'll get a poster at that time, too.
Rumour has it we might even have the trailer early April, which would of course push it's marketing window out longer than IM3's.
AGAIN. My point was not just about the trailer, that was my first line in the quote, you quoted. I came out and said Thor should have a trailer, and people started saying how crazy I was for expecting a trailer, when IM3 had a trailer, CGI pictures, I remember reading about stuff in magazines, concept art, everything you would expect of a huge block buster film. So comment was, and has been, if you compare the two movies, it is evident that IM3 is more important to marvel as far as advertisement and marketing is concern.
If Thor gets a trailer, that will be our fist look at anything about this movie. I'm sure their going to flood the market with Thor stuff up until the movie comes, especially after the release of Iron Man, but my whole point was that I think Thor really needs the hype up, more then Iron Man because everyone is already expected to see that. No one, other then fan, will be rushing to see Thor, but that can change if you hype of the movie.
Thor does have awesome moments on film, but he doesn't have rememberable moments, because his character in the films hasn't been that rememberable. Their is nothing to really fall in love with. He is a good looking guy, with a mean swing with his hammer. That sums him up thus far in movies. I'm hoping this movie makes us truly see why Thor is a hero, and why we should care.