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Marvel has released the newest character poster for "Thor: The Dark World" featuring a new look at Ray Stevenson as Volstagg, as he strikes down Dark Elves.
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.
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.
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.
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.
In this final installment, "Punisher: War Zone" star Ray Stevenson discusses body counts in the film, his favorite way of dispatching a villian and just how violent the film actually is.
In this installment, "Punisher: War Zone" star Ray Stevenson discusses working with Director Lexi Alexander on the film and whether or not he was ever told "Look angrier! Kill harder!"
In this installment, "Punisher: War Zone" star Ray Stevenson discusses his enormous fondness for the MAX Comics series written by Garth Ennis, saying the writer demonstrated “the real truth of the character.”
The director, stars, and producer of “Punisher: War Zone” talk about their interest in the ultra-violent character and praise comics writer Garth Ennis as a major inspiration for the new film, which opens today in U.S. cinemas.
Actor Ray Stevenson sits down with CBR TV to talk about "Punisher: War Zone." In this second question, Stevenson compares the role of Frank Castle with that of Titus Pullo, the character he played in HBO's "Rome."
Actor Ray Stevenson sits down with CBR TV to talk about "Punisher: War Zone." In this first of a five-part feature, Stevenson reveals what attracted him to the role of Frank Castle.
This week, feeling inspired by the recently-released "Punisher Omnibus" and the upcoming "Punisher War Zone" film to think about the relationship between comics, culture, and cinema, Tim talks about "Being Frank Castle."
With phrases like "hyper-violent," "twisted," "blood-spatter," and "well-timed gore," CBR's Erik Amaya says the third attempt at a screen version of the Punisher is mostly everything you want from a Punisher movie.
Bang! Bang, bang, bang! Just like that, you can take a look at four new promotional pieces for the pistol packing picture starring Ray Stevenson and directed by Lexi Alexander.