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Director and co-star Kenneth Branagh spoke with SPINOFF about the challenges, and pleasures, of updating Jack Ryan for "Shadow Recruit."
Christian Bale talks "Dark Knight Rises" co-stars! Photos from "Dredd's" Mega City One appear online! Also, the first "MIB III" teaser poster spotted in theaters, "Walking Dead" update and more.
While Marvel was reportedly in talks with "Game of Thrones" director Brian Kirk, it now appears the studio is considering the "Monster" writer/director to helm its "Thor" sequel.
The Norse god played by Chris Hemsworth will return to the screen after "Avengers" for another solo outing in Marvel Studios "Thor 2" in July 2013 as director Kenneth Branagh steps aside to let another helmer call the shots.
Star Chris Hemsworth and director Kenneth Branagh spoke with CBR TV about the coolest part of being Thor, managing the scope of the film, casting Idris Elba and assembling the Avengers at Comic-Con.
Director Kenneth Branagh and the cast of "Thor" discuss how Shakespeare, Nordic mythology and a few pivotal Westerns helped define a god and shape Marvel's latest super hero epic.
Marvel Studios and Paramount have released over two dozen images from the soon to be opening "Thor," boasting new shots from the Chris Hemsworth-helmed summer tentpole picture.
In this spoiler free review, CBR’s Jonah Weiland takes a look at Marvel Studios’ “Thor,” a movie that strikes a decidedly different tone for super hero films and is deftly handled by director Kenneth Branagh.
A rollout of six new posters from Marvel Studios next film feature the gods of Asgard including Thor, Odin, Heimdall, Loki and Sif as well as a poster sneak peek at Jane Foster.
Marvel and Paramount Studios have unveiled a pair of new posters for "Thor," featuring Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, Anthony Hopkins and Idris Elba.
In a week filled with comic-book television and movie news, the latest is Marvel and Paramount Pictures releasing a brand new theatrical trailer for the Kenneth Branagh-directed "Thor."
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, hits theatres this May.
A new image from Marvel Studios' upcoming "Thor" feature film has hit the internet, featuring the God of Thunder about to rain down some fury in the golden halls of Asgard.
The first trailer to the upcoming Marvel Studios/Paramount Pictures film "Thor" has arrived. The film, directed by Kenneth Branagh, Tom Hiddleston, Natalie Portman and more hits theaters May 6th, 2011. Updated with screen shots.
As frost giant King Ymir, Colme Feore bulks up with the aide of prosthetics to change the way the icy monsters appear in Marvel's "Thor" and to talk - in full costume - with reporters on the film's set.
The fiery foil of Asgard's favored son, Jaimie Alexander plays Sif in Marvel's "Thor," and was eager to explain how her heroine is tougher than Wonder Woman during CBR's visit to the movie's set.
Marvel's master of mischief gets brought to life on the silver screen by stage actor Tom Hiddleston, who explains from the set ot "Thor" how the trickster god Loki works his way into Marvel's on-screen universe.
Two of the trio known as The Warriors Three explain what it takes to be an Asgardian in "Thor" as Ray Stevenson and Josh Dallas answered questions during CBR's visit to the set of the Marvel epic.
Director Kenneth Branagh spoke with reporters last summer on the set of Marvel Studios' "Thor," where he discussed the differences between filming the works of Shakespeare and his first sci-fi super hero epic.
This past April, Comic Book Resources visited the set of "Thor," starring Chris Hemsworth and directed by Kenneth Branagh. Jonah Weiland provides a detailed account of the visit and the extensive design of the film.
It's the Saturday Photo Parade from this summer's Comic-Con International in San Diego, featuring Joss and Jed Whedon, Felicia Day, Catwoman, Tony Stark, Kenneth Branagh, Captain America and plenty more!
After a successful Comic-Con panel, the cast of "Thor" spoke with CBR News about their director Kenneth Branagh and their experiences working with him on set while Branagh discussed his actors' homework assignments.
The extended Comic-Con International trailer for Marvel Studios' Kenneth Branagh-directed "Thor" has found its way online, laying out the movie’s plot, showing the Destroyer in action and more. SPINOFF has details.
Live from Hall H at Comic-Con International: San Diego, CBR News covered the Marvel Film Panel. Guests and surprises came as the assembled crew discussed "Captain America", "Thor" and "The Avengers.
Amping up the presence for their next big budget superhero epic, the house of ideas have brought the mythic and previously unrevealed helmets of Thor, Loki and more to the floor of Comic-Con.
It's official -- Marvel Studios has announced that principal photography on "Thor" began today. Directed by Kenneth Branagh and starring Chris Hemsworth, the film is scheduled for a May 6, 2011 release.
Smilin' Stan Lee finally takes on the role of one of Marvel's characters as part of his tongue-in-cheek performance on the animated "Super Hero Squad Show," plus a few teases about his potential part in Kenneth Branagh's "Thor."
Fresh from a trip to Los Angeles, Joe returns to tease his and Brian Michael Bendis' latest round of meetings on Kenneth Branagh's "Thor," gives his take on DC Comics' top six showing in the October sales chart, talks back-up features and more.
Marvel Studios announced today that Academy Award nominated actress Natalie Portman has been cast to star as Jane Foster in the studio’s highly anticipated movie "Thor," directed by Kenneth Branagh.
Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada talks to CBR about his first meetings with "Thor" director Kenneth Branagh and "Iron Man 2" director Jon Favreau, and what Marvel does to prepare the public for these films.
Marvel Studios confirmed rumors today that actor Tom Hiddleston has been cast to play Loki in the upcoming film adaptation of "Thor" with director Kenneth Branagh.
This weekend, the contracts were printed and the representatives haggled over details ... but what it means to you is that someone worthy may have been found to hold the hammer. Find out who.
A threatre news site has reported that superlative actor-director Kenneth Branagh has pulled out of a stage production of "Hamlet" due to commitments on Marvel's "Thor."
The classical Shakespearean actor has been sitting down with the House of Ideas, discussing bringing direction to Asgard, and CBR News has the inside scoop on exactly what's what.