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    Default CBR: "Thor" Super Bowl Ad Premieres

    The God of Thunder swings his mighty hammer in a new trailer debuting during the Super Bowl. "Thor," starring Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, and Anthony Hopkins and directed by Kenneth Branagh, storms into theatres this May.


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    Apologies, the video link we had is incorrect—this article (and SB spot!) will be up shortly!

    EDIT: And we're up!
    Last edited by Shaun_Manning; 02-06-2011 at 04:51 PM.

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    Preferred this spot over the Cap one, just because it had more action. It's the kind of trailer that really serves to whet the summer blockbuster appetite.

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    The part where he hits the ground looked great.

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    I'm getting the feeling that we will have seen all the action scenes Thor has to offer in trailers by the time the movie hits the big screen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FIFTY-TWO (52) View Post
    I'm getting the feeling that we will have seen all the action scenes Thor has to offer in trailers by the time the movie hits the big screen.
    Really? I didn't think we saw anything new here to be honest, they showed that whole assault on the hammer stronghold in the last one. Didn't really have anything that we haven't seen already in pictures or that previous video.

    The Cap one on the other hand is all new stuff.

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    Wow, that monster thing was some bad CGI.

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    I'll be in my bunk.

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    The prior trailers were much better IMO. This one seemed kind of campy.

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    I kind of dug this one but I liked the Cap one better.My favorite bit was the scene between Hemsworth and Portman. I think if that relationship works I think movie could do pretty well.

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    Noyhing really new
    Cap had a lot of stuff we didn't see
    Cyclops ad portas

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    They kind of just cut down the last trailer really. I doubt we'll get much new between now and release.
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    Y'know, I didn't even realize that both Thor and Captain America were coming out this summer. I thought Cap was coming out next year.

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    What the heck was that monster at the end? Other than that and the Portman/Hemsworth exchange, we didn't see anything new.

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    Blecch. No thanks. Horrible CGI, generic action, humor fail. It had EVERYTHING!

    I have no idea why Marvel chose to depict Thor is such a Kirbyesque fashion...this may have been awesome in 1969 but in 2011 just looks like cartoonish.

    Mark Millar and Bryan Hitch did ALL the work for Marvel with the Ultimates mini-series by showing them how to depict the Avengers and Thor in a serious and realistic manner while still keeping all the wonder and epicness of comic books.

    Instead let's all go watch a Master of the Universe clone directed by a man who has never made anything with any action in it. Sweet.

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