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Discussion in 'Thor' started by Double Down, May 16, 2009.
Sounds good, just waiting is hard to do. t:
Thor has never needed Don Blake, they can keep him out of it as far as I am concerned.
Blake served a purpose in 1962 because every hero needed a secret identity back then [well except for the FF], but even before the end of the decade he had become superfluous. Many, if not all, of my favorite Kirby stories from the '60's had little to do with Blake - and usually he was no where to be found in them.
Let's just say that I can't say anymore than I already know... I've already been told off for talking about what I just mentioned....
sorry to hear that echo.
Cool. So... how do you know this again?
Echostation, with respect - considering your bizarre 'Tron Legacy will get confused for Avatar 2' posts in the Tron Legacy thread, I'm going to have to reluctantly take your words with a pinch of salt, I'm afraid.
Here's to hoping that your temporary insanity has subsided and that you are indeed on the level.
good for you
Another interview with Hemsworth, courtesy of Superhero Hype itself
Of course, I'll duly apologise accordingly if it turns out that you're right.
echostation is Loki, he's just creating mischief.
I guess only time will tell.
Hmmm, I thought Kenneth Branagh was a big Thor fan and read the comics when he was a teenager?? Isn't that what Ken said awhile back?
maybe chris was a little off. i dont know myself lol.
I remember hearing something to that effect. Maybe Branagh dabbled in the comics as a teenager a bit but wasn't like a lifelong fan or anything. I remember a much more recent interview with Branagh on YouTube where he mentioned that his days in the build-up toward filming basically consisted of reading Thor comics and the actual Norse myths, so regardless, Branagh should know his stuff pretty well.
I remember Matt Protosevich being a fan of Tales of Asgard, that's why the First draft read like Tales of Asgard would.
interesting link chewy lol
Yeah that was a bit nice to know they've started on Avengers prepping
but prepping for what... Hydra? bad evil Hulk (which will be stupid, i think such an idiotic idea), or alien invasion?
Vartha means they're prepping on the actual movie itself.
Actually I would like to see a Loki driven Hulk.
it's just classic Loki magic, showing how powerful Loki can be.
I don't see why an "evil" Hulk would be a problem. The Hulk's attacked plenty of heroes entirely of his own free will.
Just wonding, does anyone how much Chris Hemsworth's weight during the filming of "Thor"? he looks HUGE in the footage I've seen.
I don't think he's gone on record with his exact weight but judging by his height and size I'd estimate he's 210-215... just my guess though.