Discussion in 'Thor' started by Silvermoth, Aug 21, 2010.
Impossible poll is impossible.
Screw it, Team Stupid Sexy Sif.
A what now? You mean, like, "anyone but Foster"?
You could say that. Kind of.
Looks like two of you rascals have taken it a whole new level:
Dear god, what have I created?
Team Foster. I'd do things to Portman that are illegal in various country's lol
I'd rather do things to Jaimie Alexander that are illegal in various countries.
I read that as Jason Alexander at first, and I was like "Costanza! NOOO!!"
What, you wouldn't do things that are illegal to Jason Alexander? Sexist.
Good grief. I wonder if we have started a movement on the hype. I saw the news article about this on comicbookmovie and nearly died.
What do you mean? I created the thread!
I'm on Team Foster. Mostly to be contrarian, but also because it's Natalie Portman.
i can't deciede.....i'm open to them both pleading their cases though
But even if the oh-so-delicious Jaime wasn't playing her, I'd still be on team Sif. I'm not very interested in seeing another "god-on-earth finds his true soulmate in a mere mortal" story that's been redone a thousand times over, and it's not like Thor is the last of his kind or anything
But Jane is gonna be his connection to humanity, what with Don Blake being kaput for the film. I prefer Sif too, but thematically, he's gotta end up with Jane.
Which will suck majorly.
It'll be fine. He was with Jane for a while in the comics too. Hell, Jane and Sif both sacrificed themselves for the other at different points, so it's not even like they hate each other. Maybe Thor will wind up with Sif at the end of his trilogy (if the first movie earns enough to warrant one--fingers crossed).
Why does he need to be in love with a human to feel a kinship with mankind? Can't he discover the virtue of humanity on his own? I'm not saying he and Jane can't have a fling for a while, but I'd rather not see this turned into an epic love for all the ages
I don't know why he has to be in love with a human. I'm just saying that seems to be the story they're telling for the movie, by all indications. You don't have a female lead played by a huge name like Portman find your male lead, nurse him to health, and teach him about humanity just to stick him back with his ex, played by a relative unknown. That doesn't exactly make for a satisfying conclusion except to us geeks who are totally in love with Sif, and Marvel knows they already have our money.
Yeah but I can see them saving Team Sif for the sequel. By then people will be familar with both Jaime and Sif so they'll probably be more likely to give the relationship a chance.
Wouldn't surprise me. That love triangle was very important to the comics throughout the '70s.
Pick a side? I have to pick Jane Foster's backside!
Watch this to see what I mean
Because superhero films always need romantic subplots of some kind, regardless of whether or not they're necessary. I mean did Batman Begins & The Dark Knight really need Rachel Dawes?
yes otherwise it would have been a sausage fest.
Did it need the romance? I don't know, some people really like that stuff so I guess the answer is yes.