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Discussion in 'Thor: The Dark World' started by BigThor, Mar 18, 2013.
The long slow walk is epic, Quentin Tarantino is crying tears of joy somewhere.
Anyone seen the new trailer on the big screen yet? Details, I want details! What was the audience reaction? Chatter? Chuckling? Cheering? ... Chirping crickets?
^ Good question, I'm suprised it hasn't already been asked.
Well we definitely know what fans of Loki/Tom think of this trailer..and boy..to say that they love it would be a big understatement.
I saw Elysium on Friday, and no Thor trailer. I was so pissed. They showed six trailers, and every time there was a pause before the next one I was like "pleeeeease!" (When I saw IM3, same thing happened: no Thor teaser.) Grrrrr.
Tell me about it! But I'm more after general audience reactions. The stuff that spreads word of mouth and ultimately puts butts in seats.
How was that?
So which movie are they going to stick the new trailer if it wasn't on Elysium?
I had heard that it would definitely be attached to Elysium. Well, that's disappointing!
(Screwed up world, right? Once upon a time we couldn't wait for the trailers to be over t: )
Never heard that. Idk, I go to the movies alot, and I hardly ever see MCU trailers. I go to the movies anywhere from once a week to once every 2 weeks, and I only saw the Ironman 3 trailer a total of 3 times in theaters.
Is there another semi-big budget thing coming out this month? Maybe attached to that.
Also in that moment, calling back to earlier, she literally becomes "the one thing [he] can't live without".
Yeah, I wasn't a huge fan of the score in the first film. Liked it but didn't love it. I often thought it was overly bombastic rather than epic.
He caught the malnourish from hanging around Evans too much! They must be quarantined before it spreads further!
Yes, he and Evans only look very jacked now, as opposed to supremely jacked.
I thought it was a good trailer, especially from a marketing standpoint.
Lots of Hemsworth and Hiddleston, along with a little reminder about the Avengers connection.
On a slightly less positive note, I don't think it really establishes a very strong narrative. I know the comics well, and I know all the Marvel studios movies, and I still feel a bit in the dark as to what this film is actually going to be about.
But that's not necessarily a bad thing at this point. Looking forward to this!
I only saw the first one when I went to see Lone Ranger with my sister. Her comment to me was "Remind me not to go see that."
btw, not a peep other than my sister from the audience.
Lets Watch Thor: The Dark Worlds New Trailer with MovieBob
witty guy. liked the link. thanks.
Tony was fighting Stane and when he got in a bad situation he came up with an idea to beat his foe, which included telling Pepper to push some buttons. Pepper was a tool that Tony used at that point.
The point still stands, Tony would be dead if it weren't for Pepper.
And Pepper would've been dead a thousand times over without Tony.