Discussion in 'Thor: The Dark World' started by smallville fan, Sep 25, 2013.
They show the statue but it's not much of an Easter egg as the living Bor is in the movie.
Wait, I thought that scene was cut?
No, they were talking about a scene where Bor supposedly kills Malekith's family. We get scenes from the old war in the movie.
Only thing I spotted on first viewing were SHIELD logos on Jane's equipment.
Strange since she didn't seem to like SHIELD.
Found a slight Easter Egg in the pics posted lastnight. The title Erik gives the concepts from Jane's book where Thor drew is the 616 universe upper right. Not only that, HEL is shown on the lower left
Sweet. That's a proper Easter Egg.
On this pic, I see Asgard, Alfheim, Vanaheim, Nidavellir, Earth (Midgard), Jotunheim, Hel and Svartalfheim.
Have I missed something? Where is Muspellheim? And if it isn't there on purpose - what could that purpose be?
There is a free branch at the mid bottom but there's just an equation there which certainly is strange. I guess there has to be something to it as I doubt they just forgot to draw one realm when they drew the tree correctly. Maybe just a little hint at the future.
Thor told Coulson to be friendly with Jane at the end of the first movie so they could work together
Not really an easter egg, but nonetheless interesting...
Kurse's mask before his transformation has the same colours (red and yellow) as his comic book version:
Could someone post here a screengab from the film that features portals from different realms? Thanks
Like what we're talking about in the new Nine Realms thread?
I'm guessing Muspelheim would be an extra area in the Hel quadrant along with Niffleheim.
If that's the case, then what would be the 9:th realm? There's only 8 in that picture and there's a free branch at the bottom, where Muspelheim would likely be placed.
And there's a fiery realm being shown in the portals.
If I'm not mistaken Alfheim is actually a part of Asgard on the comic Yggdrasil so maybe a smaller planet in Asgard's section?
Alfheim would be Light Elves so I'm guess they would be the Closest to Asgardians in the Nine Realms
EDIT: I mean NIDVELLIR. Dwarves lived UNDER Asgard
Alfheim and Nidavellir are both in Selvig's drawing, so they can't be added. It is Muspelheim that's missing as there's an equation where it's name would be written.
hmmm wonder what's UNDER Erik's right hand?
You can see a section that looks like a quadrant but his hand is covering it
I WANT TO SEE THIS!!!!
That's the branch I'm talking bout, but I don't think both a realm and it's name fits under the hand, seeing the size of the others.
hmmmm Maybe Selvig is unaware of that Realm? but not the quadrant?
I don't recall if Thor finished drawing the Nine Realms in Jane's book when he was explaining them to her either. They kind of go into a fast foreword scene and jane's asleep
Is that Algrim?
Or he just didn't have room for it as the equation was in the way. Not to mention that his state of mind isn't exactly the most stable. t:
I doubt he is unaware of it. I mean, it's all existing Myth. Selvig knows them, since he said those were the tales he was told as a little child (and being Scandinavian helps a bit). AND they have the Nordic Myth for dummies book from part 1.
I really liked that we got a glimpse of Surtur's realm.