Discussion in 'Thor: The Dark World' started by Thread Manager, Nov 15, 2012.
I'm pretty sure Farmers covers that.
I work in insurance
Acts of God are usually covered
But damage from Thor's battle would probably be classified terrorism or military action, so they probably wouldn't cover it
But if mjolnir landed on your car, you'd be totally fine
what about the lightning damage? haha
Well I also think a big draw for the General Public with Guardians of the Galaxy would be people wanting to learn more about Thanos (which I am not sure if he is just rumored at this point or confirmed), but if he is in Guardians, the Avengers has already peeked peoples interest on the character and I think people will want to learn more about him before going into Avengers 2. Not to mention that since all of the stories are now somewhat connected through Avengers it is a natural reaction for people to want to see the whole tree rather then just one branch of it. I mean it is kind of like a puzzle being put together where people will naturally want to fill in the missing pieces, and most people would not consider a puzzle complete until every last one is put in place. It is quite genius that Marvel has decided to create this crossover universe and I think it strengthens future Movies for even lesser known characters because people hear Marvel and now they just want to know how it ties together.
Well that is how I see it at least.
hehe, as long as it looks accidental, s'all good, you could just play it off as a regular lightning strike
These pictures are *fantastic*, marvel_freshman! Thanks so much for posting them!!
Well my insurance company would probably tell me we said acts of god not acts of demigods. Then I would have to tell them don't make me have Thor come over and whup your @$$. Just kidding though, my insurance has actually been pretty good and covered a few things that I wasn't sure they would, so you are probably right.
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Guy has a captain america jacket
I was just about to say that. Lol
Does anyone know if that is the director, or perhaps someone that also worked on Captain America the First Avenger?
Here is a link for the only video that has really been up today from what I can see.
That was just the lightning bouncing off the building, the building didn't really charge it or anything
idk, Malekith shouldn't be that physically opposing
Thanos is confirmed. But yeah, it will be a way to link him into that.
Beatin up elves. I like it
Captain America the First Avenger filmed in the UK so some of the crew is probably the same.
Damn near perfect vid of the fight
Who's not to say his armor isn't enchanted and there where mystical elements involved in him repelling Mjolnir. Sort of in the why that the properties of Caps shield allow it repelled Mjolnir in the Avengers. he might have even summoned a force shield or field. Look at the red light flashing in the video below from marvel freshman
You can tell that there is gonna be a lot of magic helping Malekith block that hit and fight Thor. You can tell by the red flashes. So he may have augmented defenses (energy shields) and augmented offences (focused energy into attacks).
I love when Malekith puches Mjolnir and Thor's arm flails backwards uncontrollably.
Awesome video, nice and close up. Thanks for sharing marvel_freshman!
Also found more pics
Or perhaps he has used his magic to create some sort of force field that appears at the last minute right in front of the armor of his crossed forearms, and if you look at the latest video marvel_freshman provided you will see a flash of light afterwards, which I am pretty sure signifies that he will be using some type of magical power to propel Thor back like a miniature explosive force. This film is really shaping up.
An artificial Sun was created on the set, that's just crazy.
lol read my original. Added to it before you posted yours.
It would be really crazy if the Artificial Sun was at night and if they made it like a portal to Muspelheim and in the movie version of the comics Malekith is calling on Surtur for Ragnarok. The only problem I would have with it is the whole portal thing has been done just recently with the Avengers and it might just start feeling like a replay of the same movie essentially (portal / earth invasion). So, in my opinion it is to soon for them to have things be that similar and they need to do more to seperate themselves as individual movies with different types of battles. But, I guess we will see.
It wouldn't mater so long as preventing the opening of the portal isn't the main plot point of the movie. Any way if Thor is going to all 9 realms the will be a lot of portal openings.
It's all good, I was essentially agreeing with your original comment anyways just adding to it.
That is pretty extravagant a thing to do, creating an artificial sun, just to roast marshmellows.